La EconomÃa de SantafÃ© de BogotÃ¡ En 1810*
Salomon Kalmanovitz and
Rivera, Edwin LÃ³pez
Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Edwin Lopez Rivera ()
Revista de Historia EconÃ³mica / Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History, 2012, vol. 30, issue 2, 191-223
This essay shows that the growth of the economy of New Granada during the Eighteenth Century made an important impact on its political center, SantafÃ© de Bogota, at least until 1808. Such prosperity was the result of a process of specialization and division of labor between different regions of the new kingdom, derived from the dynamics of gold mining that gave a strong impulse to SantafÃ©'s economy as a trade center for the handicraft production of Eastern Colombia and the fertile savanna surrounding it, which was a net food exporter. The Mint established in SantafÃ©, which was a de facto monopoly, attracted merchants and miners who established there a center for the exchange of gold dust for coin.
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