Próby unowoczesnienia administracji lokalnej, przemysłu i rewitilizacji miast w województwie krakowskim w dobie stanisławowskiej (1764-1795).

Przemysław Jędrzejewski


The last thirty years of the existence of the Republic of Nobles, also called to the Stanislaus' epoch or times, was a period of cultural and economic growth that resulted from introducting a new economic policy similar to the models of modern western countries. After the economic crisis in the mid-seventeenth century, attemps were made to develop the manufacturing industry, rebuild the Olkusz mining industry, and introduce reforms of city and lokal administration in the whole Krakow voivodeship by deepening the rule of the House of Wettin in Poland. In accordance with the enlightenment reforms, new factories were oponed and attempts were made to deal with the problem of the most mobile group of "the loose people" for whom vacancies were created, among ithers, in the cloth factory. Revitalization of cites was taken up by the Krakow governors and newly established institutions, so-called Boni Ordinis Commissions which focused on creating city plans, inventories of goods of old privileges and city regulations as well as on ordering issues related to the city borders. Intermediate administration was handled by the Civil-Military Commissions of Good Order whose activity considerably resembled the administration in the western enlightenment countries.

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historia Polski XVIII w., komisje Boni Ordinis, historia społeczna i gospodarcza

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