Friedrich List

Friedrich List, 1838 Georg Friedrich List (6 August 1789 – 30 November 1846) was a German-American economist who developed the "National System" of political economy. He was a forefather of the German historical school of economics, and argued for the German Customs Union from a Nationalist standpoint. He advocated imposing tariffs on imported goods while supporting free trade of domestic goods, and stated the cost of a tariff should be seen as an investment in a nation's future productivity.

List collaborated with Karl von Rotteck and Carl Theodor Welcker on the '''', an encyclopedia of political science that advocated constitutional liberalism and which influenced the ''Vormärz''. Emmanuel Todd considers John Maynard Keynes to be the logical continuation of List as a theorist of "moderate or regulated capitalism". Provided by Wikipedia

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by List, Friedrich
Published 1844
J.G. Cotta

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by List, Friedrich
Published 1838
Verlag von J.F. Hammerich

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by List, Friedrich
Published 1829
Hoffmann und Campe

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by List, Friedrich
Published 1827
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by List, Friedrich
Published 1841
J.G. Cotta'scher Verlag

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by List, Friedrich
Published 1840
Tryckt hos P.A. Norstedt & söner

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by List, Friedrich
Published 1842
J.G. Cotta

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by List, Friedrich
Published 1850
J.G. Cotta

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by List, Friedrich
Published 1938
Springer Berlin Heidelberg

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by Osiander, Heinrich Friedrich
Published 1842
C.F. Osiander
Subjects: '; ...List, Friedrich / 1789-1846 / Nationale System der politischen Oekonomie...

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by Austin, John
Published 1842
H. Hartung
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by Forbes, H.
Published 1847
W. Blackwood and Sons
Other Authors: '; ...List, Friedrich...