The Rise of Economic Societies in the Eighteenth Century: Patriotic Reform in Europe and North…

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EditorKoen Stapelbroek, Jani Marjanen

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This collection of essays explores the emergence of economic societies in the British Isles and their development into a European, American and global reform movement in the eighteenth century. Its fourteen contributions demonstrate the intellectual horizons and international networks of this widespread and influential phenomenon.

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This collection of essays explores the emergence of economic societies in the British Isles and their development into a European, American and global reform movement in the eighteenth century. Its fourteen contributions demonstrate the intellectual horizons and international networks of this widespread and influential phenomenon.

KOEN STAPELBROEK is senior lecturer in the history of political thought and public administration at Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands. His research focuses on political and economic thought in eighteenth-century Europe. Currently, he is finishing a monograph on Dutch eighteenth-century reform debates.JANI MARJANEN is PhD ...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:400 pages, 9.57 × 5.76 × 1.22 inPublished:October 2, 2012Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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Political Economy, Patriotism and the Rise of Societies; K. Stapelbroek & J. Marjanen

Agrarian Patriotism and the Landed Interest: The Scottish 'Society of Improvers in the Knowledge of Agriculture', 1723–1746; B. Bonnyman
A Kingdom of Cosmopolitan Improvers: The Dublin Society, 1731–1798 72; J. Livesey
The Society of Brittany and the Irish Economic Model: International Competition and the Politics of Provincial Development; J. Shovlin
The Georgofili of Florence, 1753–1783: From 'perfect anarchy' to Royal Academy; V. Becagli

Patriotism, Cosmopolitanism, and Political Economy in the Accademia dei pugni in Austrian Lombardy, 1760–1780; S. A. Reinert
Paternalism and Agricultural Reform: The Economic Society of Bern in the Eighteenth-Century; R. Wyss & M. Stuber
Economic Societies in Germany, 1760–1820: Organisation, Social Structures and Fields of Activities; H. E. Bödeker
Patriotic Societies and Royal Imperial Reforms in Denmark, 1761–1814 279; J. Engelhardt
Patriotism, Agronomy, and the Peasant Question: The Free Economic Society in Eighteenth-Century Russia; C. Leckey
The Haarlem 1771 Prize Essay on the Restoration of Dutch Trade and the Economic Branch of the Holland Society of Sciences; K. Stapelbroek
Between Mainstay and Internal Colony: Zeeland and the Decline of the Dutch Republic, 1750–1800; A. Neele
Between 'Public' and 'Private Economy': The Finnish Economic Society and the Decline of Economic Patriotism, 1797–1833; J. Marjanen
The American Agricultural Societies and the Making of the New Republic, 1785–1830; M. Albertone