Del librecambio matizado al proteccionismo selectivo: el comercio exterior de productos agrarios y alimentos en EspaÃ±a entre 1849 y 1935*
Domingo Gallego () and
Vicente Pinilla ()
Revista de Historia Económica / Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History, 1996, vol. 14, issue 2, 371-420
The aim of this work is to study the foreign trade in agrarian products and foodstuffs during the period 1849â€“1935. To that end, we have first carried out an analysis of the evolution and composition of agrarian products imports, thereafter reflecting on the reasons which explain the U turn in policy which gave rise to protectionism in 1891 and its effects on these imports. The second section concentrates on the tendency followed by agrarian exports, seeking to explain the causes for the changes to their make-up. The work concludes with an attempt to study simultaneously the behaviour of agrarian exports and imports, in order to analyse both their mutual influence and their global effects over the totality of the Spanish economy.
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