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Donne e ricchezza: suggerimenti da una fonte fiscale (Milano, 1862-1900)

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  • Stefania Licini

    () (Department of Economics, University of Bergamo)

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La classe media protagonista del processo di industrializzazione è stata approfonditamente studiata quasi esclusivamente nella sua componente maschile. Anche la storiografia di genere, più interessata a valutare specificità e carattere del lavoro femminile, non ha dedicato molta attenzione alle donne dell’èlite. A loro è dedicato il presente lavoro. La fonte archivistica prescelta è quella che, nell’opinione di molti studiosi, meglio di ogni altra si presta a gettar luce su ricchi e ricchezza nel passato: le dichiarazioni di successione. Informazioni tratte dai censimenti del 1871 e del 1881 sono state inserite in una banca dati costruita con tutti i dettagli registrati sulle denunce post mortem intestate a donne e presentate presso l’Ufficio del Registro di Milano in quegli stessi anni. L’analisi delle informazioni disponibili ha evidenziato l’importanza, nell’ambito della struttura economica e sociale del tempo, della ricchezza femminile e ne ha, in parte chiarito modalità e direzioni d’impiego.

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  • Stefania Licini, 2004. "Donne e ricchezza: suggerimenti da una fonte fiscale (Milano, 1862-1900)," Working Papers (-2012) 0402, University of Bergamo, Department of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:brg:wpaper:0402
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    Keywords

    Wealth; Women; History; Italy; sec.XIX;

    JEL classification:

    • N33 - Economic History - - Labor and Consumers, Demography, Education, Health, Welfare, Income, Wealth, Religion, and Philanthropy - - - Europe: Pre-1913

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