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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  28 April 2010

Patrick Karl O'Brien
Affiliation:
Leandro Prados de la Escosura

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* The Editors are very grateful to: all the authors whose papers appear in this special edition of the Revista de Historia Económica; to David Landes and Immanuel Wallerstein, who acted as respondents for the conference held at Universidad Carlos III, Madrid, in February 1997 where the papers were first discussed; to Colin White who presented an illuminating paper on Russian colonisation to that conference; and to Peter Cain, Frangois Crouzet, Pieter Emmer, Stanley Engerman, Wolfram Fischer and Jorge Pedreira, who offered trenchant comments on our introductory essay.

The preliminary conference in Madrid wonld have not been possible without the financial support of the Ministry of Education and Culture, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid and Fundación Fundesco.

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