cameralists, the pioneersof German social polity.

by Albion W. Small

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  • Mercantile system -- Germany.,
  • Economics -- Germany -- History.

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SeriesBurt Franklin research and source works series, no. 43
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Paginationxxv, 606 p. ;
Number of Pages606
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Of Kautz, it is enough to say that he was of the rear guard of the rhetoricians. His book is wonderfully plausible, if not lucid, reading. Its early pages appear to express methodological conclusions which the maturest scholarship has not superseded." - Albion W. Small, "The Cameralists: The Pioneers of German Social Polity" (). Rare. Social Value: A Study In Economic Theory, Critical And Constructive; The Correspondence Of Adam Smith; Social Study of Science and Technology, Spring ; Sociology And Modern Social Problems; The Cameralists: The Pioneers Of German Social Polity; Life Of Adam Smith; Social Thought From Lore To Science - Vol -Ii. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Mary Poppins Returns: Everything Is Possible - Leveled Reader at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. Albion W. Small has 44 books on Goodreads with ratings. Albion W. Small’s most popular book is General Sociology.

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Excerpt from The Cameralists: The Pioneers of German Social Polity Like its predecessor in this series, Adam Smith and Modern Sociology, the present book is a mere fragment. It deals with a single factor of the social process in the German States.

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converted the German polity into a five-party system for the foreseeable future.6 Although fusion dates only from Juneit was the logical and anticipated This book, employing the period –03 for its detailed analysis, suggests that this uniqueness is best understood as.

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It deals with a single factor of the social process in the German States. 0 Comment The Cameralists The Pioneers of German Social Polity. By the seventeenth century most German territories, large and small, had developed Kammer to manage the intimate affairs of princes, dukes, kings, and emperors (Heß ; Klinkenborg ).By the second half of the seventeenth century, members of the Kammer began to be recognized as a distinct group.

People started calling them cameralists. Part of the The European Heritage in Economics and the Social Sciences book series (EHES, volume 11) Abstract While I devote some effort to characterizing some of the works and themes of the cameralists, I devote most of this chapter to an examination of the contemporary relevance of a cameralist orientation for scholarship in public finance.

Walker, M. (), “Rights and functions: the social categories of eighteenth century German Jurists and Cameralists”, Journal of Modern History, Vol. 50 No. 2, pp. German Politics and Society, published by Berghahn Books, is a joint publication of the BMW Center for German and European Studies of the Edmund A.

Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, and the German Academic Exchange Service. Cameralists, named after the German royal treasure chamber, the Kammer, propounded an extreme form of mercantilism, concentrating even more than their confreres in the West on building up state power, and subordinating all parts of the economy and polity to the state and its bureaucracy.

Whereas mercantilist writers were generally pamphleteers. book is a mere fragment. It deals with a single factor of the social process in the German States. It finds this factor already effective in It does not attempt to trace each link in the chain of continuity from that date.

It reviews the most important seventeenth-century writers in the line of sequence, but the emphasis of the book falls. This book provides an overview of two hundred years of German economic thought, from the Staatswissenschaften of the eighteenth century to National Socialism and the Social Market.

Polizei was in the later seventeenth- and eighteenth-century German-speaking states a principle of social order, normative and performative but not primarily coercive.

Hence the ‘police state’ was an ordered state, necessarily organized through explicit rules and regulations since these lay at the foundation of social life; in their absence society could not function or flourish. In book: Slachtoffers van criminaliteit: Feiten en achtergronden (pp) The Pioneers of German Social Polity / A.W.

Small. Albion W. Small social scientist can begin specifying toward. on important books. The Cameralists: The Pioneers of German Social Polity. By Albion W. Small, Professor and Head of the Department of Sociology in the University of Chicago. pages, I 2mo, cloth; net $, postpaid $3.

18 The cameralists were a series of German writers from the middle of the sixteenth to the end of the eighteenth century, who.

Part of the The European Heritage in Economics and the Social Sciences book series (EHES, volume 7) Social and Health Related Thought in Cameralism In this chapter, the contributions of the Cameralists are investigated, in particular those of Justi (–), to the understanding of what later was to become health economics.

Robert Gellately holds the Strassler Family Chair for the Study of Holocaust History in the Center for Holocaust Studies at Clark University. His books include Backing Hitler: Consent and Coercion in Nazi Germany and The Gestapo and German Society: Enforcing Racial Policy, Nathan Stoltzfus, Associate Professor in the Department of History at Florida State University, is the author of.

Martin, Jeffrey T. The Confucian ethic and the spirit of East Asian police: a comparative study in the ideology of democratic policing. Crime, Law and Social Change, Vol. 61, Issue. 4, p. CrossRef. Abstract. The origins of public finance, as a field of study though most certainly not as an object of practice, can be traced to the emergence of the cameralists after in central Europe (Backhaus and Wagner, ).The focal point of cameralist concern was on survival of the regime, which in turn, required a military capacity and economic development.

Small, Albion W., "The Cameralists. The Pioneers of German Social Polity," History of Economic Thought Books, McMaster University Archive for the History of Economic Thought, number small Dunleavy, Patrick.

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Much of contemporary public finance can be described as being either Wicksellian or Edgeworthian in character. In the former, fiscal phenomena arise through complex processes of exchange; in the latter, they arise through acts of choice by some maximizing agent.