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Título: Grundzüge der National-Oekonomie. Köln: ...
Condición del libro: Very Good
First editions of the first two volumes of Max Wirth's textbook on economics. Two further volumes were published in 1870 And 1873. Wirth studied law and political economy at Heidelberg and later became a journalist in Frankfurt where he founded the weekly magazine Der Arbeitgeber. Between 1865 and 1873, he was director of the Swiss Statistical Bureau. His best-known book was Geschichte der Handelskrisen (1858). PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: 2 volumes, large 8vo, xiv, [ii], 542, ; xv, [iv], 552 pp., slightly later half leather over cloth boards, marbled endpapers, a few sections with uniform light browning, foxing throughout, mostly quite light, no stamps or inscriptions, a tidy set. N° de ref. de la librería ABE-18555305280
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