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Una aproximación histórica y analítica al pensamiento económico de Jovellanos

  • Vicent Llombart Rosa

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    (Universidad de Valencia)

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    El siguiente texto tiene dos objetivos complementarios: por un lado, revisar los múltiples estudios realizados sobre el pensamiento económico de Jovellanos desde la publicación del Informe de Ley Agraria en 1795 hasta el presente y, por otro, exponer nuestra propia visión sobre el entramado analítico y el significado del pensamiento del asturiano. El trabajo se ordena en cinco secciones: la reseña de las reacciones iniciales al Informe, la primera; las reflexiones aparecidas desde las Cortes de Cádiz hasta las de la década de 1980, la segunda; los estudios actuales, destacando la obra Economía y economistas españoles, la tercera; y, por último, en las dos secciones finales, se presenta nuestro propio análisis, sin duda favorecido por las visiones anteriores. Se concluye destacando que Jovellanos no fue un liberal en sentido estricto ni un epígono de Adam Smith; la letra y el espíritu de sus escritos económicos, le caracterizan como un “liberal intervencionista”, bien alejado de las usuales nociones de mercantilismo, fisiocracia y liberalismo económico

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