Los beneficios del mar: negocios e inversiones económicas de la oficialidad naval en el siglo XVIII
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Los beneficios del mar: negocios e inversiones económicas de la oficialidad naval en el siglo XVIII

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dc.contributor.author Ortega del Cerro, Pablo es
dc.date.accessioned 2019-11-11T13:26:36Z
dc.date.available 2019-11-11T13:26:36Z
dc.date.issued 2019 es
dc.identifier.uri https://hdl.handle.net/10550/72148
dc.description.abstract Throughout the eighteenth century, the Spanish navy was extensively reformed and enhanced as a consequence of the new model of Monarchy that the Bourbons introduced. Among the measures adopted, it is remarkable the erection of the naval officers corps according to the needs and obligations that maritime war had in this century. This group becomes the paradigm of the new professionalization and new training approach, and its members had great relevance due to its great mobility around the empire and the power of the naval institution. This means that a part of the naval officers were placed in privileged positions and at the intersection of diverse political, social and economic networks. This work aims to research this fact through the business and economic investments that these individuals undertook throughout the eighteenth century, especially their participation in the Cadiz trade. It can be concluded that the naval officers of the eighteenth century constituted a quite active economic group that looked for complementary forms of benefit beyond their salary as servants of the King and became essential nodes of the Atlantic economic framework of Spain. es
dc.source Ortega del Cerro, Pablo. Los beneficios del mar: negocios e inversiones económicas de la oficialidad naval en el siglo XVIII. En: Estudis: Revista de historia moderna, 45 2019: 117-138 es
dc.subject 0210-9093 553 Estudis: Revista de historia moderna 529735 2019 45 7107714 Los beneficios del mar: negocios e inversiones económicas de la oficialidad naval en el siglo XVIII Ortega del Cerro es
dc.subject Pablo Throughout the eighteenth century es
dc.subject the Spanish navy was extensively reformed and enhanced as a consequence of the new model of Monarchy that the Bourbons introduced. Among the measures adopted es
dc.subject it is remarkable the erection of the naval officers corps according to the needs and obligations that maritime war had in this century. This group becomes the paradigm of the new professionalization and new training approach es
dc.subject and its members had great relevance due to its great mobility around the empire and the power of the naval institution. This means that a part of the naval officers were placed in privileged positions and at the intersection of diverse political es
dc.subject social and economic networks. This work aims to research this fact through the business and economic investments that these individuals undertook throughout the eighteenth century es
dc.subject especially their participation in the Cadiz trade. It can be concluded that the naval officers of the eighteenth century constituted a quite active economic group that looked for complementary forms of benefit beyond their salary as servants of the King and became essential nodes of the Atlantic economic framework of Spain. beneficios económicos es
dc.subject inversiones es
dc.subject redes económicas es
dc.subject oficiales navales es
dc.subject siglo XVIII es
dc.subject economic benefits es
dc.subject investments es
dc.subject economic networks es
dc.subject naval officers es
dc.subject 18th century 117 138 es
dc.title Los beneficios del mar: negocios e inversiones económicas de la oficialidad naval en el siglo XVIII es
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/article en
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion en
dc.subject.unesco UNESCO::HISTORIA es
dc.identifier.doi es

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