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Título: Neutral shipping and the portuguese economic relations with the Atlantic world (1793-1814)
Autor: Cruz, Miguel Dantas da
Palavras-chave: Portugal - História - séc.17-18
Comércio internacional
Data: 2015
Editora: Les Perséides
Citação: Cruz, M. D. (2015). Neutral shipping and the portuguese economic relations with the Atlantic world (1793-1814). In Eric Schnakenbourg (Dir.), Neutres et neutralité dans l'espace atlantique durant le long XVIIIe siècle (1700-1820): une approche globale [Neutrals and neutrality in the Atlantic world during the long eighteenth century (1700-1820): a global approach], pp. 317-348. (Le Monde Atlantique). Bécherel: Éditions Les Perséides
Resumo: This study addresses the role played by neutral shipping in the development of Portugal's foreign trade, during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars. Despite our familiarity with the structural changes endured by the Portuguese economy at the end of the Áncien Régime, from its growth to its collapse, we know almost nothing about the involvement of neutral shipping (including that of the Portuguese) in relation to Portugal's commercial connections with Europe or with America. We certainly failed to put the issue in our historiographical agenda. Apparently,we tend to think, probably due to our unfamiliarity with the issue of neutral shipping, that it had no overall significance as far as the Portuguese international economic relations were concerned. If that was the case, it was certainly a very unusual phenomenon in that time frame.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/22263
ISBN: 9782371250147
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