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Author: SOMBART, WERNER. Title: Der moderne Kapitalismus. Erster Band: Die Genesis des Kapitalismus. Zweiter Band: Die Theorie der kapitalistischen Entwicklung. Mit Registern über Band I und II. [TWO VOLUMES].
Description: Leipzig, Duncker & Humblot, 1902. Five books in two volumes. Royal octavo. Pp. xxxiv, 669; viii, 646, (2) publisher's ads. With a divisional title to each book. Indices. Hardcover, uniformly bound in contemporary half calf, dark olive-green pebbled cloth, spines gilt, top of one spine missing, decorative endpapers, cloth inner hinges, marbled edges; leather rubbed off. In a very fine internal condition. A desirable set. ¶ ~ First edition of Sombart's most important work. Provenance: From the library of noted Dutch pediatrician Ph. H. Fiedeldij Dop, with his handsome bookplate to first free endpaper of each volume. Werner Sombart (1863-1941), German economist. A specialist in Marxian socialism he was not a socialist himself but expressed radical views in many of his books. In 'Der moderne Kapitalismus' Sombart offered a systematic historical picture of economic development in Europe from the beginning to 1927. (Sills. IESS. 1972. Schumpeter 1963, p. 816-7). 'A history of the economic institutions of modern Europe: An introduction of Der moderne Kapitalismus of Werner Sombart' was published first in 1933 and later in 1935 by F. S. Crofts, New York.
Keywords: Economics economy economic economist wealth material labor labour finance social political cultural international history theory studies science industrialization industrialisation Wirtschaftswissenschaft Sozialwissenschaft Wirtschaftsgeschichte
Price: EUR 645.00 = appr. US$ 701.02 Seller: Librarium of The Hague
- Book number: 2524
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