Un anÃ¡lisis de los determinantes del precio de los esclavos hispanoamericanos en el siglo XVIII*
Carlos Newland and
Segundo, MarÃa JesÃºs San
Revista de Historia EconÃ³mica / Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History, 1994, vol. 12, issue 3, 509-524
This paper analizes die determinants of die price life cycle of a slave, dealing particularly with the impact of human capital, both with respect to skills and health. The paper details die source of the sample â€”including more than two thousand Spanish American slaves of die 18th centuryâ€” and discusses its reliability, moving on to a descriptive analysis in the geographic and historical context. Later on it looks at die factors influencing price in several types of economic activity.
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