the political economy of empire in the early modern world

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The Political Economy Of Empire In The Early Modern World

Author : Sophus Reinert
ISBN : 0230230644
Genre : Business & Economics
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This volume recasts our understanding of the practical and theoretical foundations and dynamic experiences of early modern imperialism. The imperial encounter with political economy was neither uniform across political, economic, cultural, and religious constellations nor static across time. The contributions collected in this volume address, with undeniable pertinence for the struggles of later periods, the moral and military ambiguity of profits and power, as well as the often jealous interactions between different solutions to the problem of empire. The book presents a powerful mosaic of imperial theories and practices contributing to the creation of the modern world and to the most pressing concerns of our time.

Political Economies Of Empire In The Early Modern Mediterranean

Author : Maria Fusaro
ISBN : 9781316393086
Genre : History
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Against the backdrop of England's emergence as a major economic power, the development of early modern capitalism in general and the transformation of the Mediterranean, Maria Fusaro presents a new perspective on the onset of Venetian decline. Examining the significant commercial relationship between these two European empires during the period 1450–1700, Fusaro demonstrates how Venice's social, political and economic circumstances shaped the English mercantile community in unique ways. By focusing on the commercial interaction between Venice and England, she also re-establishes the analysis of the maritime political economy as an essential constituent of the Venetian state political economy. This challenging interpretation of some classic issues of early modern history will be of profound interest to economic, social and legal historians and provides a stimulating addition to current debates in imperial history, especially on the economic relationship between different empires and the socio-economic interaction between 'rulers and ruled'.

Mercantilism Reimagined

Author : Philip J. Stern
ISBN : 9780199988532
Genre : Business & Economics
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This volume of collected essays takes a new approach to this problematic subject by rethinking its broad foundations. From a variety of perspectives, its authors situate mercantilism against the backdrop of wider transformations in seventeenth-century Britain, Europe, and the Atlantic, from the scientific revolution to the expansion of empire.

The Political Economy Of Merchant Empires

Author : James D. Tracy
ISBN : 0521574641
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book focuses on why Europe became the dominant economic force in global trade between 1450 and 1750.

Translating Empire

Author : Sophus A. Reinert
ISBN : 9780674063235
Genre : Business & Economics
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Historians have traditionally turned to free trade and laissez faire to explain the development of political economy during the Enlightenment. Reinert argues that economic emulation was the prism through which philosophers, ministers, reformers, and merchants thought about imperialism, economics, industry, and reform in the early modern period.

The Rise Of Merchant Empires

Author : James D. Tracy
ISBN : 0521457351
Genre : Business & Economics
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This volume examines the rise of the many different trading empires from the end of the Middle Ages to the eighteenth century.

The Second Ottoman Empire

Author : Baki Tezcan
ISBN : 9780521519496
Genre : History
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This book is a post-revisionist history of the late Ottoman Empire that makes a major contribution to Ottoman scholarship.

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