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Santiago y Buenos Aires: La actividad económica en la frontera sur del virreinato del Perú en el siglo XVII

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  • Estela Cristina Salles
  • Héctor Noejovich

    () (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú - Departamento de economía)

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From quantitative data at the border of Peru’s viceroyalty, this article deals with the meaning of “Colonial pact” and “Corruption” and develops some hypothesis about the Imperial Policy in this area, under Habsbourg’s rule. The quantitative data has been processed using basic statistical tools, in order to put figures into an analytical framework, and to test any previous hypothesis. The conclusion takes the ideas coming up from this framework. After a brief introduction (Part I), a discussion on sources and an explanation about methodology procedures has been set (Part II). The analysis of quantitative data itself has been developed thereafter (Part III and Part IV). Closing the essay, the reader will find the final observations offered (Part V). Classification-JEL:

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  • Estela Cristina Salles & Héctor Noejovich, 1999. "Santiago y Buenos Aires: La actividad económica en la frontera sur del virreinato del Perú en el siglo XVII," Revista Economía, Fondo Editorial - Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, issue 43, pages 183-220.
  • Handle: RePEc:pcp:pucrev:y:1999:i:43:p:183-220
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