2 edition of Oxford Collegiate landownership, commoditisation, and the state found in the catalog.
Oxford Collegiate landownership, commoditisation, and the state
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|Series||Geographical papers / University of Reading, Department of Geography -- no.124, Geographical papers -- no.124.|
|Contributions||University of Reading. Department of Geography.|
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The big landlords of eastern Germany have loomed large in Germany's history, but the absence of official statistics on land ownership has left their position and identity confined mostly to folklore, without satisfactory quantification. This book, making extensive use of primary sources from the seven ‘core provinces’ of eastern Germany (East Elbia), establishes answers to questions.
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The variable measuring state ownership of property is negatively, although insignificantly, related to growth. However, the partial correlation between growth and arbitrary seizure of property is.
This major study by a leading British historian examines the social and legal foundations of the British ruling class--the great landlords and the gentry--from the late seventeenth century, when it freed itself from and the state book of the constraints of royal power, to the twentieth century, when it was subsumed by mass democracy.
and the state book Habakkuk's comprehensive book addresses the question of why, in the first. Scott Eddie's book is part of this new trend, from an economist's perspective. The conclusions he draws from his careful quantitative analysis of the ownership of large landed estates in East Elbia, primarily during the years –, sometimes support the established picture and sometimes modify it.
The big landlords Oxford Collegiate landownership eastern Germany have loomed large in the country's history, but the absence of official statistics on land ownership has left their position and identity confined to folklore, without satisfactory quantification.
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This chapter begins with a comparison of the book's results with Johannes Conrad's list of the twenty largest land owners in the seven provinces in the early s.
It then goes on to rank the top fifty land owners — except for the Prussian state — by both total area owned and total tax value of their properties, in each of the snapshot years.
The top fifty held about 10 per cent of the. The empirical analysis examines the effect of inequality in the distribution of landownership (i.e. the land share of large landowners) in state i in period t − 1, on log expenditure per child in state i in period t, lne it, over four periods of observation:,and 44 In particular, for t =,and t − 1.
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Eddie, Scott M., "Landownership in Eastern Germany Before the Great War: A Quantitative Analysis," OUP Catalogue, Oxford University Press, number This is the classic chapter of ‘source criticism’: it describes in detail the principal data sources and the extensive efforts made to make their data as accurate, consistent, and complete as possible.
It discusses the limitations of the data and explains the focus on ‘snapshots’ of the data in the years of the agricultural censuses of Germany (,and ) as well as the.
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This chapter shows a clear East-West gradient in a land yield index by province, based on Kreis data from the land tax cadastre (Grundsteuerveranlagung) of the early s.
The province of Saxony stands out as having the highest quality land in general, whereas East Prussia had generally the lowest. Cluster analysis is used to classify large properties by their land-use profiles. History Book Club and Military Book Club selections.
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