El sistema terrateniente y los límites de la política monetaria española liberal en la primera mitad del siglo XIX
AbstractThis paper aims to deepen the understanding of the transit of traditional to modern monetary system and its impact on economic growth in the Spanish economy over the first half of the nineteenth century. The main sources on which the study of the monetary policy in this period is based, in addition to other, are the acts of the parliamentary committee that during the Trienio Liberal deals with a draft of a complete reform of the monetary system inherited from the Antiguo régimen, which results will be constrained by three impediments. First, by the persistence of traditional institutions, secondly, by difficulties in linking this monetary reform with the discussions that were taking place in the more developed countries, particularly in England, and, thirdly, the short duration of the period in which takes place and the restoration of the old monetary policy with the Tarifa de Tolosa in 1823.
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Volume (Year): 34 (2011)
Issue (Month): 68 ()
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Monetary history of Spain; monetary policy; economic growth; transition monetary; liberal triennium;
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