Economic growth and the origins of modern political economy : economic reasons of state, 1500 - 2000 / edited by Philipp R. Rossner.
economic reasons of state, 1500 - 2000
Pt. I. Manufacturing matters : the history of an old idea -- 1. New inroads into well-known territory : on the virtues of re-discovering pre-classical political economy / Philipp Robinson Rossner -- 2. German language economic bestsellers before 1850 : also introducing Giovanni Botero as a common reference point of cameralism and mercantilism / Erik S. Reinert (with Ken Carpenter) -- pt. 2. Economic ideas and idiosyncrasy : the example of cameralism -- 3. Was cameralism really the German version of mercantilism? / Lars Magnusson -- 4. Mercantilism and cameralism : two very different variations on the same theme / Jurgen Backhaus -- 5. Goethe's economics : between cameralism and liberalism / Bertram Schefold -- pt. III. Vested interests, contingency and the shaping of the free trade doctrine -- 6. From privilege to economic law : vested interests and the origins of free trade theory in France (1687-1701) / Moritz Isenmann -- 7. The demise of regulation and rise of political economy : taxation, industry and fiscal pressure in Britain 1763-1815 / William J. Ashworth -- pt. IV. Knowledge, risk and the idea of infinite growth -- 8. Development as possibility : risk and chance in the cameralist discourse / Marcus Sandl -- 9. The political economy of Sweden's age of greatness : Johan risingh and the Hartlib circle / Carl Wennerlind -- pt. V. Economic growth and the state : from India to Italy -- 10. State formation and economic growth in South Asia, 1600-1800 / Prasannan Parthasarathi -- 11. Economic reasons of state in Qing China : a brief comparative overview / Peer Vries -- 12. Infant industry protectionism and early modern growth? : evidence from eighteenth-century entrepreneurial petitions in the Austrian Netherlands / Ann Coenen -- 13. Achtung! Banditi! An alternative genealogy of the market / Sophus Reinert -- pt. VI. Economic reason of state and its survival in modern economic discourse -- 14. The long shadow of cameralism : the Atlantic order and its discontents /