Internationaler Handel und Europäische Integration im Werk Friedrich Lists
In: List Forum Band 31
Friedrich List was a notable advocate of economic integration of the many seperate states of 19th century Germany. List is recognized as the founder of political economy in Germany and as an influential railroad pioneer. This essay gives an overview to List's socio-economic writings and is trying to give a new interpretation of his economic theory. The analysis is explained by five principles in his thinking. (Original text only available in german language)
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