5 edition of European Economists of the Early 20th Century found in the catalog.
September 1998 by Edward Elgar Publishing .
Written in English
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European Economists of the Early 20th Century: Studies of Neglected Thinkers of Belgium, France, the Netherlands and Scandinavia illustrated edition by Warren J. Samuels (Editor). European Economists of the Early 20th Century: Studies of Neglected Continental Thinkers of Germany and Italy illustrated edition by Warren J.
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European Economists of the Early 20th Century, Volume 1: Studies of N – Elex Academic Bookstore Most of the existing literature on European history of economic thought concentrates on the major works of leading figures such as von Boehm-Bawerk, Menger, Pareto, Walras, Weber and Wicksell.
Published in: Warren Samuels (ed.): European Economists of the Early 20th Century - Studies of Neglected Continental Thinkers, Vol.2, Aldershot: Elgar, pp. Günter Schmölders and the Economics of Prohibition Björn Frank INTRODUCTION1 The orientalist Franz August Schmölders from the University of Breslau, who spoke Preth century Europe is unthinkable without the Habsburgs—as indeed is 20th-century Europe.
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European economists of the early 20th century, volume I. Studies of neglected thinkers of Belgium, France, The Netherlands and Scandinavia Samuels, W.,London: Edward Elgar Publishing. Research output: Book/Report › Book › AcademicAuthor: W. Samuels. European economists of the early 20th century: studies of neglected thinkers of Belgium, France, the Netherlands, and Scandinavia.
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Edited by Warren J. Samuels. Cheltenham, U.K.: Edward Elgar, pp. $ Keith Tribe. Keith Tribe Search for other works by this author on: This Site. Google. History of Author: Keith Tribe. The twentieth century has seen Germany transformed from imperial monarchy, through Weimar democracy, National Socialist dictatorship, to finally divide into parliamentary democracy in the West and socialist Volksdemocratie in the East.
Pivoting on two World Wars, intense political change has dramatically affected Germany's economic structure and development. Warren Samuels' second and concluding selection of essays focuses on early 20th-century economists who, while relatively well-known in their times, have tended to be obscured by the more prominent stars of the discipline.
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