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It is proposed that social economics is in danger of losing itssocietal significance if economic analysis is reduced to one methodonly. Recently, prominent economists have emphasised the need toreintroduce the historical method into economic research work. A brieflook is taken at some of the...
IReheis' observations claim the following essentials as Schmoller's points of view
Schmoller claimed that the basic principle of social reform was acontemporary version of Aristotelian justice. On the onehand Schmoller defends the necessity for social reform againstconservative attacks whilst at the same time denying the legitimacy ofSocialist demands for income distribution....
Schmoller tried to combine reasoning and economic analysis to givea new foundation to German economic theory in the nineteenth century.Opposing the economic philosophy of Fichte, Schmoller preferred aninstitutional approach to the extremes of pure market and pure stateeconomy. His ideas on...
The starting point of the work in hand is the economic historian's interest in the question of the relation of theoretical economicpolitical concepts to economic, social and political developments within society. In this regard it is interesting to look at Gustav Schmoller's economicpolitical...
The quite difficult task of comparing Hayek's and Schmoller's concept of social policy can only be attempted by confining the discussion to the dominant and basic principles of their prevailing ideas. The reasons are manifold. Just one of them for instance is that Schmoller, as far as I can see,...
The authors purpose is to show by reference to Schmollers ownwritings that he can be classified as a social economist. Schmollerrejected the study of economics in isolation, but preferred a holisticapproach. He eschewed laissezfaire and thought little ofselfseeking entrepreneurs who made no...
The author attempts to reconstruct the political way of thinkingpervading Schmollers works. Schmollers pleading for a primarilyaristocratic constitution results from a theory of justice in which eachmember of the community is rewarded according to his or her contributionto the community. The...
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