No Escape from Economic Success: The Case of Hungarian Jewry (1850-1900)
Stephen Ternyik ()
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The socio-economic case of Hungarian Jewry is examined, with special temporal reference to the period of 1850-1900.Statistical and economic data of Austro-Hungary point to the key role of landownership and rent collection on Hungarian territory, being the main cause for a failed modernization and emancipation, despite all human and technical progress.
Keywords: rent; land ownership; human emancipation; Hungarian Jewry (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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