State formation, tax structures and mineral abundance Chile and Peru, 1850-1930s
The paper assesses the impact of natural resource abundance on state formation by looking at how tax structures responded to booming periods in the early ages of the Chilean and Peruvian republic, 1850-1930s. The paper inquires whether these early booming periods impacted on the structure of fiscal revenues, and finally, on the development of the state.
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