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Political-economic historical approach of Werner Sombart and Max Weber (Politikonomicheskiyat istorizam na Verner Zombart i Maks Veber) - in Bulgarian

Alla Kirova ()

in ERI-BAS Books from Bulgarian Academy of Sciences - Economic Research Institute

Abstract: The monograph is devoted to the exploration and analysis of the political economy views of the founders and prominent representatives of the German "youngest" historical school from the early twentieth century. Despite the historical focus, this subject is a question of present interest because a significant part of the issues addressed in the works of Werner Sombart and Max Weber are still discussed in contemporary economic science, with a number of their speculations casting light on the essence and manifestations of capitalism of the 21st century. The book analyses the creative path and its influence on the evolution of the views of German scientists in the field of political economy and economic theory, the peculiarities of the 10 methodological approaches of Sombart and Weber, as well as the concepts and perceptions in their doctrines focused mainly on the historical and ethical problems of the genesis, development, fate and “spirit” of modern capitalism. The focus is on the interdisciplinary study of W. Sombart's "modern capitalism", as well as on M. Weber's analysis of the interaction of the economy with different spheres of public life.

Date: 2012
ISBN: 978-954-644-277-2
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