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Los Derechos de Propiedad Ejidal en el Contexto Desamortizador Iberoamericano. La Campaña de Buenos Aires, Siglo XIX

M. BARCOS
AMÉRICA LATINA EN LA HISTORIA ECONÓMICA 20.1 (2013): 98-125

Este artículo estudia la redefinición de los derechos de propiedad de los bienes civiles, específicamente los ejidos, desde una perspectiva comparada. Read the rest of this entry »

Filed under: Historia

Does Regulation Matter? An Analysis of Corporate Charters in a Laissez-Faire Environment

GONZALO ISLAS ROJAS
REVISTA DE HISTORIA ECONÓMICA / JOURNAL OF IBERIAN AND LATIN AMERICAN ECONOMIC HISTORY 31.1 (2013): 11-39

Are laws that protect minority investors a necessary condition for the development of stock markets? This paper attempts to answer this question using data on the origins of the corporate sector in Chile Read the rest of this entry »

Filed under: Economía, Historia

Nuestras Tiranías. Tocqueville acerca del Despotismo Democrático

JUAN ANTONION GONZÁLEZ DE REQUENA
ARETÉ. REVISTA DE FILOSOFÍA. 25.1 (2013): 61-80

Aunque el léxico de la “tiranía” y el “despotismo” está sujeto a cambios históricos de significado, seguimos utilizando esos términos para referirnos a algunos tipos de regímenes políticos ilegítimos, injustos o indecentes. También lo hace Tocqueville Read the rest of this entry »

Filed under: Filosofía

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