2 edition of Religious factors in early Dutch capitalism, 1550-1650. found in the catalog.
Religious factors in early Dutch capitalism, 1550-1650.
Jelle C. Riemersma
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Riemersma; New York Beginnings: The Commercial Origins of New Netherland by Thomas J. Condon (pp. ) Review by: Theodore K. Rabb. A good discussion of how long it took before such essential modern institutions as the payment of interest and the organization of large corporations were accepted can be found in Riemersma, J.
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The Counter-Reformation (Latin: Contrareformatio), also called the Catholic Reformation (Latin: Reformatio Catholica) or the Catholic Revival, was the period of Catholic resurgence that was initiated in response to the Protestant began with the Council of Trent (–) and largely ended with the conclusion of the European wars of religion in In fact, David Ormrod's book contains extensive information on the intricate Dutch trade network of the early seventeenth century and the subsequent inroads into this network made by the British.
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Currently, the word is used to designate a variety of very different but vaguely related phenomena including, but not. In the early seventeenth century, the French, English and Dutch started occupying smaller unclaimed Caribbean islands which they then used to launch raids on Spanish colonies in order to disrupt Spain’s monopoly on shipping between Europe and its Caribbean possessions, eventually taking some of these Spanish outposts.
– His tight comparison of the Dutch Republic and England () is helpful. From a fiscal standpoint, the Dutch benefited from more efficient species of indirection taxation, which funded the sale of annuities and bonds on open markets.
In this account, the trade in VOC shares plays an important but secondary role. T or F Capitalism is an economic system based on "public" ownership of property and the investment of wealth to earn profit.
F, American colonization T or F Most European joint-stock companies of the s and s were founded for the purpose of "fighting wars".Religious Factors in Early Dutch Capitalism: The Hague: Mouton [This was a dissertation at the University of California, Berkeley, ] Ringer, Fritz.
The political and military leadership of this small country was based on large-scale borrowing from an increasingly wealthy middle-class of merchants, manufacturers and regents. This volume presents the first comprehensive account of the political economy of the Dutch republic from the sixteenth to the early nineteenth century.