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Revueltas y presión impositiva en el espacio peruano, 1691–1790

Carlos Newland and Cuesta, Martín

Revista de Historia Económica / Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History, 2003, vol. 21, issue 3, 477-500

Abstract: The article focuses on an analysis of the evolution of tax burden in the Peruvian region between 1691 and 1790 and its relationship with local revolts. Tax income and tax burden have been calculated on the basis of data collected from Cajas Reales (colonial tax revenue offices) and an estimate of the product. XVIII Century revolts appear to be consequence of the continuous increase in the tax burden.

Date: 2003
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