Studying the history of public debt represents a fascinating means to investigate the role of public finances in the making of European states both at a national and regional level. Government Debts and Financial Markets brings together essays by leading historians of economic and financial history. It illuminates the relationships between government indebtedness and the development of financial markets in Europe from the late Middle Ages to the late twentieth century.
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