De Economist

, Volume 38, Issue 1, pp 246–268 | Cite as

Het economisch pessimisme

Redevoering, op den 26sten maart 1889 uitgesproken door Mr. J. Baron d'Aulnis de bourouill, rector magnificus der rijksuniversiteit te utrecht
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