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Samfunnsøkonomen Schweigaard


  • Mehlum, Halvor

    () (Dept. of Economics, University of Oslo)


Schweigaard tiltrådte sitt professorat knyttet til statsøkonomi, statistikk og lovkyndighet ved Det juridiske fakultet i 1840 og holdt forelesninger i statsøkonomi fra 1845 til 1869. Ved sin tiltredelse i 1840 hadde han allerede gjort seg sterkt bemerket som en kunnskapsrik økonom. Han hadde undervist i statistikk og statsøkonomi ved universitetet allerede fra 1836.

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  • Mehlum, Halvor, 2008. "Samfunnsøkonomen Schweigaard," Memorandum 20/2008, Oslo University, Department of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:hhs:osloec:2008_020

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    Schweigaard; samfunnsøkonomi;

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