VERS LA CONSTRUCTION D’UNE SCIENCE ADMINISTRATIVE AU XVIIIE SIÈCLE. L’EXEMPLE DU CADASTRE DE MILAN


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Towards the formation of an administrative science in the eighteenth century. The case of the Milan cadaster. The Milan cadaster is the expression of a philosophy and the cornerstone of a theory of taxation that developed through Europe from the mid-18th century. But its significance goes well beyond that. Through Pompeo Neri’s Relazione on the 1750 Milanese Census, the Milanese experience became the benchmark for a proper evaluation on the effectiveness of reforms and a fundamental platform for the new administrative science. The Milanese reforms are a masterpiece of institutional design and ‘virtuous’ incentives. The aim of this essay is to show that the roots of those reforms involve a wide array of intellectual and practical influences.

Lebeau, C. (2011). VERS LA CONSTRUCTION D’UNE SCIENCE ADMINISTRATIVE AU XVIIIE SIÈCLE. L’EXEMPLE DU CADASTRE DE MILAN. Istituto Lombardo - Accademia Di Scienze E Lettere • Incontri Di Studio, 107–136. https://doi.org/10.4081/incontri.2011.106

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