Henryk Grossmann

  • Josef Steindl
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Grossmann was born on 14 April 1881 in Cracow and died on 24 November 1950 in Leipzig. He studied in Cracow and lived from 1908 to 1918 in Vienna (collaborating with Carl Grünberg) and 1918 to 1925 in Warsaw (at the Central Statistical office and the Free University). From 1925 to 1933 he was a political refugee in Germany (University of Frankfurt/Main) and later in France, England and USA. Grossman spent his last years in the German Democratic Republic, at the University of Leipzig.


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  1. 1914. Österreichs Handelspolitik mit Bezug auf Galizien in der Reformperiode 1772–1790. Vienna: Konegen.Google Scholar
  2. 1924. Simonde de Sismondi et ses théories économiques. Warsaw: Bibliothèque Universitaire Libre Polonaise.Google Scholar
  3. 1925. Struktura spoleczna i gospodarcza Księstwa Warszawskiego na podstawie spisów ludności 1808–1810 (Social and economic structure of the Warsaw Principality on the basis of the census of population 1808 to 1810). Kwartalnik Statystyczny, Warsaw.Google Scholar
  4. 1929. Des Akkumulations- und Zusammenbruchsgesetz des kapitalistischen Systems. Leipzig: C.L. Hirschfeld.Google Scholar
  5. 1975. Marx, l’économie politique classique et le problème de la dynamique. Preface by Paul Mattick. Paris: Editions Champ Libre.Google Scholar

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