The Beginnings of Scholarly Economic Journalism

The Austrian Economist and The German Economist

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ISBN: 978-1-4614-0078-3 (Print) 978-1-4614-0079-0 (Online)

Table of contents (12 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-viii

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    Pages 1-14

    “A Staggering World”: Karl Polanyi’s Contribution to Der Österreichische Volkswirt

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    Pages 15-29

    Polanyi on Markets, Democracy and the Crisis of Liberalism

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    Pages 31-37

    What Would the Emperors Have Done Differently in 1914 if One of Their Advisors Had Carefully Followed the Österreichische Volkswirt?

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    Pages 39-44

    Demography in Germany at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century in the Light of Der Deutsche Volkswirt

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    Pages 45-55

    Issues of Economic Policy in Germany in the Interbellum

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    Pages 57-63

    On “The Europeanization of Persia” by N. Basseches

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    Pages 65-71

    The Austrian and German “Economist” in the Interwar Period: International Aspects

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    Pages 73-91

    From Stabilization to Depression: Comments in the Österreichische Volkswirt on Economic Policy in Austria Between 1923 and 1929

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    Pages 93-108

    Gustav Stolper: Mentor of a Young German Democrat

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    Pages 109-124

    How to Fight Unemployment? A Review of the Strategy Discussion in “Der Deutsche Volkswirt”, 1930–1932

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    Pages 125-145

    Der Deutsche Volkswirt After Gleichschaltung (1933–1935)

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    Pages 147-162

    Gustav Stolper’s Influence on U.S. Industrial Disarmament Policy in West Germany, 1945–1946

  14. Back Matter

    Pages 163-164