Credit And Socioeconomic Change In Colonial Mexico: Loans And Mortgages In Guadalajara, 1720-1820, 1st Edition (Paperback) book cover

Credit And Socioeconomic Change In Colonial Mexico

Loans And Mortgages In Guadalajara, 1720-1820, 1st Edition

By Linda Greenow

Routledge

250 pages

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Description

This book, based on a study of the credit market in Nueva Galicia during 1720–1820, reveals a number of the social characteristics of colonial Mexico, including social status, the role of women, the church, ethnicity, and the complexity of the family network in economic affairs.

Table of Contents

1. Credit in Colonial Spanish-American Development 2. The Form and Function of Nueva Galicia's Credit Market, 1721-1820 3. Institutional Dimensions of the Credit Market 4. The Roles of Individuals And Groups in the Credit Market 5. Fluctuations in Nueva Galician Credit During the Late Colonial Period 6. City-Regional Relations: Credit as a Spatial Metric 7. Conclusions

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
POL000000
POLITICAL SCIENCE / General