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Introduction
Dominguez, Rodrigo da CostaAndrade, Amélia Aurora Aguiar de. • S. 1-13

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The Study of Medieval Fiscal History in Portugal: Results and Problems (1951-2020)
Andrade, Amélia Aurora Aguiar de. • S. 17-43

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The Collection of Annates in Portugal During the Papacy of Avignon, c. 1316-1377: Just Another Case of Apostolic Tax-Collecting in a Realm at the Back of Beyond?
Farelo, Mário Sérgio da Silva. • S. 45-66

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Is the Economy an Issue? Kings and Economic Legislation in Medieval Portugal
Vilar, Hermínia Vasconcelos. • S. 67-89

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A Difficult Transition: Portuguese State Finances Between Later Medieval and Early Modern Times, c. 1415-1530
Dominguez, Rodrigo da Costa. • S. 91-113

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Taxes and Fiscal Institutions in a Maritime Empire, 15th-16th Centuries: A Comparative View of Overseas' Territories Under the Portuguese Crown
Münch Miranda, Susana. • S. 115-137

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Portugal in a Broader Perspective: The Later Middle Ages and Some Remarks for a Transition Towards the Early Modern Period
Andrade, Amélia Aurora Aguiar deDominguez, Rodrigo da Costa. • S. 139-148

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Introduction - Constructing the Modern Fiscal States: Ruptures, Changes, and Permanencies
Dominguez, Rodrigo da CostaMoore, Tony K.. • S. 151-157

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The ‘Resource Curse' of Mediaeval English State Finance, C.1155-1453
Moore, Tony K.. • S. 159-176

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A History of Taxation in the Kingdom of France (Twelfth to Fifteenth Centuries): Policies, Rules and Practices
Garnier, Florent. • S. 177-200

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Fiscal Tradition and Innovation in Italy, 1350-1650
Pezzolo, Luciano. • S. 201-218

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A Treasury in Transition: Changes and Continuity in the Management of Castilian State Finances During the Reign of Isabella I (1474-1504)
Ortego Rico, Pablo. • S. 219-245

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Public Debt in Late Medieval Crown of Aragon: A(Nother) Financial Revolution?
Reixach Sala, AlbertVerdés Pijuan, Pere. • S. 247-277

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Why Holland Had a Financial Revolution, but Flanders and Brabant Did not
Hart, Marjolein 't. • S. 279-298

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Public Finance and Fiscal Policy. The Papal States in Early Modern Age
Piola Caselli, Fausto. • S. 299-324

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Portugal and the Europe: Similarities, Bridges and Potential Avenues to Explore in Future Works on Comparative Fiscal History
Dominguez, Rodrigo da CostaAndrade, Amélia Aurora Aguiar de. • S. 325-331