John Low Importations

(Paul Singer, 1969). In France the mercantilism was known as forma' ' industrialista' ' or ' ' colbertismo' ' , because of the ministrofrancs Colbert. Jeremy Tucker recognizes the significance of this. Preserving the same objectives that the mercantilism dEspanha, France, only differs from the form where it uses for attainment demetais precious: industrialization. The industry is preferred agriculture. For this the State tomanumerosas interventionist measures, in order to place advantageous national osprodutos in condition in the international market. Favorecendoassim the exportations and the national metallic supply. To increase the volume dasexportaes of luxury objects its consumption in the domestic market is limited. NInglaterra, in turn, the mercantilism coats the form chamada' ' comercialista' ' , where he was allowed as much the entrance how much the exit demetais.

However, as it is demanded, so that the scale is favorable, to be the superior importations of another one and silver to the exportations, all umsistema of regulation is elaborated: the state regulates the production, fiscalizes the exportations and controls the sales in the exterior. (Paul Hugon, 1969). The fiscalization of the deprodutos exportations also objective the raw material exit that can be useful to the defense of the country or conduoda war. The German mercantilism is known by the name de' ' camaralismo' '. Seckendorff the one of the most important comercialistasdefendia idea of that the importations would have to be reduced, preconizandomedidas to increase the productivity of agriculture and the manufactures.

Beckerspor its time, condemns the exportations and the importations recommending construode nationalized commercial societies. The foreign commerce is also consideradona Germany as main part of the wealth of the collective. mercantilismoreveste, in the primrdios of century XVII, the judiciary form, having as representative dosprincipais John Low, which affirmed that it was the volume of moedaque increased the public wealth. However Low committed a serious error to colocarcomo center of the system the volume of currencies in circulation, without considering aprocura accomplishes of this currency emfuno of the real development of the wealth.

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