Las lecciones de la historia: repensando la política económica del virrey Toledo
AbstractThis paper deals with Viceroy Toledo’s governing plan and the modern concepts of development. It is a review of Viceroy Toledo’s plan genesis from 1568’s Junta Magna, the Toledo’s trip over the Andes and the final establishment of his two main economic policy pillars: the mita and the technological process —using mercury for extracting silver from the ore—.
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Volume (Year): (2008)
Issue (Month): 61 ()
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