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JustinianoM. F. (2020). Las vías occidental y oriental de la revolución industriosa y la plata americana. Tiempo Y economía, 7(2). https://doi.org/10.21789/24222704.1619

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En las últimas décadas tomó forma en la historiografía de la historia económica asiática y occidental un nuevo consenso que registra intensificación del trabajo y del consumo, respectivamente. Estos procesos, denominados revolución industriosa, tuvieron lugar tanto en Asia del Este como en Europa en los siglos previos a la Revolución Industrial. Este artículo pretende mostrar la forma en que la plata americana incidió en ambos procesos, los cuales constituyeron el rasgo característico de la primera globalización. Para ello, se recurrirá al análisis de aportes actuales de la historia económica global.

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