A l'origine de la financiarisation de la dette publique française: l'édit de Paulette de 1604 et ses conséquences économiques et politiques
Nicolas Pinsard () and
Yamina Tadjeddine ()
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Abstract : The edict of Paulette (1604) is an important legal act, which produced many institutional changes. Offices appeared in the XIIIth century in France, thus earlier than the edict. However, by giving property rights and inalienable handover to officeholders, in return of paying a tax that is valued at 1/60th of the office value, the edict had an important impact on office nature. Through data and documents that we picked up at Archives nationales and in the Sully collection, our article dwells on the consequences of financialization of offices, that is to say economic modifications (in terms of public finances), social and political transformations (by the emergence of a new social class).
Keywords: Offices; Finances Publiques; Financiarisation; Histoire financière; France; Ancien Régime (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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