Seriously, enough with the fiscal-military state

I kid (sort of). We have another entry in the European fascination with the intersection between war and money. I suppose it helps that there are groups like Contractor State Group to fund such ventures.

Harding, Richard, Solbes Ferri, Sergio, and Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, eds. The Contractor State and Its Implications, 1659-1815 International Congress, CSG-Contractor State Group, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 16th-18th November 2011. Las Palmas de Gran Canaria: Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 2012.
Having trouble finding a table of contents over here in the USA, but it looks like there’s one chapter on Louis XV’s provisioning.
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2 responses to “Seriously, enough with the fiscal-military state”

  1. Martin Gibson says :

    The table of contents and introduction to the book are available on the link below. You might have to copy and paste it into your browser, as I’m not sure how to make a link in a comment clickable.

    There’s a fair bit about the Contractor State Group on the Universidad de Navarre’s website:

    http://www.unav.edu/centro/contractorstate/

    • jostwald says :

      Thanks. Funny, I actually found that first link with the fancy format but didn’t bother exploring further.
      As is so often the case, practically all of the chapters deal with the period from the mid-18C onward. Probably due to the source availability.

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