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IL SETTORE ESTERO E LA DISTRIBUZIONE DEL REDDITO IN COLOMBIA NEL XIX SECOLO

Why Colombia started to export coffee half a century after Brazil is the theme of Miguel Urrutia's article. He discusses the role played by monetary policy in increasing coffee exports and illustrates the mechanism by which devaluation led to increased earmings for the producers and a reduction... Full description

1st Person: Urrutia, Miguel
Source: in Quaderni storici Vol. 9, No. 25 (1) (1974), p. 102-137
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: Italian
Published: 1974
Online: Volltext
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