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Torkel Aschehoug and Norwegian Historical Economic Thought
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Acknowledgements; Chapter 1: Introduction; Chapter 2: Biography; Chapter 3: Norwegian Economic and Political Context in the Nineteenth Century; Chapter 4: Norwegian Economic Thought and Method; Chapter 5: Development of the Economic Thought of Aschehoug: Statsokonomisk Forening and the 'Socialokonomik' Project; Chapter 6: The German Historical School: Similarities, Influences and Discrepancies; Chapter 7: Alfred Marshall: Aschehoug and the Adoption of Marginal Theory; Chapter 8: The French Influence: Adopting Say and Refuting Socialism; Chapter 9: Views of Labour in the Work of Aschehoug; Chapter 10: The Entrepreneur: The Fourth Production Factor; Chapter 11: Trade and Customs Debates from 1840 to 1906 165;Chapter 12: The Theory of Economic Crises; Chapter 13: The Legacy of Aschehoug: Concluding Remarks; Appendix A: Other Norwegian Turn-of-the-Century Economists; Appendix B: Drafts for 'Socialokonomik'; Appendix C: Detailed Contents of 'Socialokonomik' (First Editions from 1903 to 1908); Notes; Literature; Index

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Explores the economic thought of prominent Norwegian legal theorist and politician Torkel Halvorsen Aschehoug (1822-1909) during the last decades of the nineteenth century, focusing on his historical-empirical approach to economics.

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Mathilde C. Fasting has just finished her doctorate in political science at the University of Erfurt, Germany.

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