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Colonial Bureaucrats and the Mexican Economy: Growth of a Patrimonial State, 1763-1821 (American University Studies)

Colonial Bureaucrats and the Mexican Economy: Growth of a Patrimonial State, 1763-1821 (American University Studies) by John S. Ph. D. Leiby

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Author: John S. Ph. D. Leiby
Book title: Colonial Bureaucrats and the Mexican Economy: Growth of a Patrimonial State, 1763-1821 (American University Studies)
Category: Other
Rating: 4.8 / 5
ISBN: 0820402397
ISBN13: 978-0820402390
Pages: 252
Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers (December 31, 1986)
Language: English
Subcategory: Humanities
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By the late eighteenth century, the Mexican economy was highly centralized. Bourbon economic reforms succeeded in augmenting the powers of the crown and its vast colonial officialdom. The Mexican economy became largely patrimonial. Colonial officials, with miners and merchants, controlled the evolution of the economy. The bureaucratic state dictated policy and gave Mexico a centralized economy which persists to the present day.

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