Incipit 5 : Workshop de Estudos Medievais da Universidade do Porto, 2016
Las relaciones comerciales anglo castellanas a finales del siglo XV : las compañías mercantiles
Ana Aviñó de Pablo
AbstractThe proposed research comprises a detailed examination of the nature of commercial relations and trade between Spanish and English merchants c.1460-c.1500, placed within the wider context of contemporary socio-political changes. The thesis will dig beneath the generalizations about Anglo- Iberian trade and explore in detail its nature and the role of mercantile companies, set within the context of changing political and commercial relations. The hypothesis being tested here is that the political, economic and social changes that occurred in both England and the Iberian Peninsula contemporaneously in the late fifteenth century inaugurated the appearance of associations or partnerships between Spanish and English merchants as a precursor to this well-known sixteenthcentury expansion. This proposed research approaches the commercial relationship between England and Spain in a new way and hopes to answer questions about the transition from medieval to modern age. The geographical focus of the proposed project is on England and Spain, in the modern sense of the concept. Therefore, we do not include Portugal when speaking about the Iberian Peninsula.
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