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Political Economists as Proponents, Promoters, and Opponents

Fritz Machlup
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Fritz Machlup: New York University

Chapter 6 in A History of Thought on Economic Integration, 1977, pp 138-156 from Palgrave Macmillan

Abstract: Abstract From my files of contributors to the history of thought on economic integration I shall select for presentation in this chapter those who may appropriately be listed as political economists. Most of them were proponents, promoters, or architects of various schemes of economic integration; some were opponents or dissenters; and a few were neutral observers commenting on possible consequences or on the chances for success.

Date: 1977
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DOI: 10.1007/978-1-349-03171-9_6

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