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Jerónimo Molina Cano, Epítome de la Política Social (1917-2007)

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    Ha aparecido la presente publicación para conmemorar el 90 aniversario de la creación de la cátedra de Política Social y Legislación Comparada del Trabajo en la Universidad Central de Madrid en 1917, que, tras vencer en movidas oposiciones, fue asignada a Luis Olariaga Pujana (1885-1976). Dicha cátedra era fruto de la transformación de la de Legislación comparada que, con esa denominación, mantuvo Gumersindo de Azcárate Menéndez (1840-1917) hasta su jubilación, quien antes había sido catedrático de Economía Política, Hacienda Pública y Estadística. Entre los firmantes de las oposiciones a la cátedra de Política Social, cuya relación completa recoge Molina Cano, vemos a personajes que luego accedieron a cátedras de diversas denominaciones en Facultades de Derecho, como Derecho político español comparado con el extranjero, Economía Política y Hacienda Pública, Derecho administrativo, Derecho romano, Derecho internacional público y privado, etc., y que fueron diputados, embajadores y Ministros de Justicia, de Hacienda, de Estado y de Instrucción Pública y Bellas Artes.

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    Article provided by Grupo (Universidad de Málaga) in its journal Revista Crítica de Historia de las Relaciones Laborales y de la Política Social.

    Volume (Year): (2010-2011)
    Issue (Month): 1-2 (January)

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    Handle: RePEc:erv:histor:y:2010-2011:i:1-2:6
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