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El Padrón General de Contribuyentes de Lima de 1821: ciudadanos, cuartes y barrios

Edición y estudio introductorio por Dionisio De Haro Romero. Fondo Editorial del Banco Central de la Reserva del Perú. La versión digital del libro está disponible aquí.

The Fruits of the Early Globalization. An Iberian Perspective

Editores: Rafael Dobado-González y Alfredo García-Hiernaux. Editorial: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN: 978-3-030-69666-5 This book presents an unusual view on one of the most influential periods in world economic history: the Early Globalization. By

Unexpected Prosperity. How Spain Escaped the Middle Income Trap

Autor: Oscar Calvo-González. Editorial: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780198853978 Only a handful of economies have successfully transitioned from middle to high income in recent decades. One such case is Spain.

Western Sahara: Reasons for Extemporaneous Colonization and Decolonization, 1885–1975

Autores: Jesús Martínez-Milán y Claudia Barona Castañeda. Nova Science Publishers, New York, 2021. This book discusses some of the most controversial themes in the Hispanic colonial historiography of recent years.

Dos siglos de industrialización y cambio económico

Rafael Castro, Francisco Cayón y Nadia Fernández de Pinedo. Editorial Síntesis. ISBN: 9788413571560 La Revolución Industrial es uno de los hitos más importantes de la historia de la humanidad. Las

Costal tourism in Southern Europe in the XXth Century: New Economy and Material Culture

Patrizia Battilani, Carlos Larrinaga Rodríguez (eds.). Peter Lang Tourism constitutes one of the most important economic and social activities in contemporary societies. This has not always been the case and, in

De la fonda al hotel. Turismo y hotelería privada en España entre 1900 y 1959

Autor: Carlos Larrinaga Ed. Comares, Granada 2021. Este libro se centra en los orígenes de la hotelería turística en España, es decir, uno de los elementos más importantes del negocio

Gendered Capitalism Sewing Machines and Multinational Business in Spain and Mexico, 1850-1940

Autora: Paula A. De La Cruz-Fernández Gendered Capitalism: Sewing Machines and Multinational Business in Spain and Mexico, 1850–1940 is a history of the gendered corporation, a study that examines how ideas and

La colección de ‘listini’ del Archivo Simón Ruiz. Las ferias de cambio de Medina del Campo en el corazón del mercado del dinero europeo (1580-1600).

Autor: CLAUDIO MARSILIO Fundación Museo de las Ferias, 2021 (ed. digital), 110 págs., color. ISBN 978-84-09-29405-3      Este libro es fruto de las conclusiones obtenidas en el proyecto de catalogación y

Franco’s Famine Malnutrition, Disease and Starvation in Post-Civil War Spain

Miguel Ángel del Arco Blanco (Anthology Editor), Peter Anderson (Anthology Editor) At least 200,000 people died from hunger or malnutrition-related diseases in Spain during the 1940s. This book provides a

The Spanish Fiscal Transition. Tax Reform and Inequality in the Late Twentieth Century

Autora: Sara Torregrosa Hetland This book provides an analysis of the process and outcomes of the tax reform, with a focus on progressivity, redistribution, and inequality. Between 1977 and 1986,

Role of Reinsurance in the World. Case Studies of Eight Countries

Caruana de las Cagigas, Leonardo, Straus, André (Eds.) This book is an edited collection by leading insurance historians, examining the historical role of reinsurance (the insurance of insurers) in the insurance