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    The Political Economy of Empire in the Early Modern World

    By: Sophus A. Reinert & Pernille Roge

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    ISBN
    9780230230644
    Date Released
    Binding
    Hardcover
    Pages
    241
     

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    "This volume recasts our understanding of the practical and theoretical foundations and dynamic experiences of early modern imperialism. The imperial encounter with political economy was neither uniform across political, economic, cultural, and religiousconstellations nor static across time. The contributions collected in this volume address, with undeniable pertinence for the struggles of later periods, the moral and military ambiguity of profits and power as well as the often jealous interactions between different solutions to the problem of empire. By synthesising economic, intellectual, and cultural historiographies, the book presents a powerful mosaic of imperial theories and practices contributing to the creation of the modern world and to the most pressing concerns of our time"--

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