Matemáticas, fiscalidad y crítica de la Escuela Clásica. El pensamiento liberal de José Alonso López
José Alonso López is among the most suggestive figures of the first Spanish liberalism. Some of the most outstanding features in his thought are the object of this article: the links between political and economic liberalism; his criticisms to economic abstractions detached from factual analysis; the use of advanced mathematical methods; and his singular proposition of an income tax with progressive rates.
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Volume (Year): 1 (2005)
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