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The Huguenots in the French Economy, 1650-1750

Warren C. Scoville
The Quarterly Journal of Economics
Vol. 67, No. 3 (Aug., 1953), pp. 423-444
Published by: Oxford University Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1881697
Page Count: 22
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The Huguenots in the French Economy, 1650-1750
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Abstract

I. Introduction, 423.--II. The place of the Protestant nobility and peasantry, 424.--III. The Protestant bourgeoisie; its economic superiority and commercial importance, 426.--IV. Its industrial position; its role in private and public finance, 430.--V. Various hypotheses as to the generalized relationship of Protestantism and capitalism, 432.--VI. Predestination and man's calling. Protestantism and individualism. Rationalization of economic activity. Attitude toward interest, 435.--VII. The Huguenots as a "penalized minority," 439.--VIII.Conclusions, 443.

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