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Statesmen, Men of Affairs, and Men of Letters

Fritz Machlup
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Fritz Machlup: New York University

Chapter 7 in A History of Thought on Economic Integration, 1977, pp 157-174 from Palgrave Macmillan

Abstract: Abstract As I proceed to the third group of men whose names should not be omitted in a history of thought on economic unification or integration, two brief reminders may be permitted: one, that the economic integration proposed or opposed may be national, regional, or worldwide; the other, that the inclusion of a name in this group of men need not imply a judgement that the person here named cannot be regarded as a political economist. Persons are listed as statesmen, men of affairs, or men of letters because it is chiefly in these capacities or for achievements in these fields that they have become known to the world.

Keywords: Prime Minister; Free Trade; Economic Integration; Foreign Affair; Custom Union (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 1977
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DOI: 10.1007/978-1-349-03171-9_7

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