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La implantación del sistema de intendencias en Indias: especial referencia a la Ordenanza para el Río de la Plata

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El presente estudio se contextualiza en la segunda mitad del siglo XVIII. Siglo caracterizado por el cambio dinástico de los Austrias a los Borbones, el pensamiento ilustrado y la corriente reformista guiada por la racionalización de la administración. En este escenario reformador, destacó la creación del sistema de intendencias, con el que se pretendió incrementar el control y gestión de las Colonias desde la Metrópoli. La mayoría de los estudios sobre intendencias en indianas han sido elaborados desde una perspectiva histórica o jurídica. Sin embargo, se ha estudiado poco sobre las implicaciones del sistema en la organización económica y en la Real Hacienda. Por ello, el presente trabajo pretende ampliar los conocimientos en este ámbito para el caso del Río de la Plata. Tomando como referencia la Ordenanza para este territorio, se pone de manifiesto cómo las intendencias influyeron en la administración de la Hacienda, especialmente a través de su organización. Este sistema proporcionó una estructura jerarquizada que especificó los diferentes grados intendenciales, facilitó la identificación de funciones y responsabilidades de los ministros al frente de ellos, y clarificó el flujo de información de cada nivel con el inmediatamente superior e inferior.

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  • Manuela Dominguez Orta, 2009. "La implantación del sistema de intendencias en Indias: especial referencia a la Ordenanza para el Río de la Plata," Working Papers 09.03, Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Department of Business Administration.
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    : Sistema de Intendencias; Indias; Hacienda;

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