In discussions on European pre-modern economic growth, the role of
individual freedom and of the state has loomed large. This book
examines whether different kinds of 'freedoms' (absolutist,
parliamentary and republican) caused different economic outcomes,
and shows the effect of different political regimes on long term
development. It thus offers new answers to debates on the
transition from feudalism to capitalism and on the causes of
pre-industrial growth and divergence.
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