By Manuela Mosca
This booklet presents perception into the notable existence and paintings of the Italian economist Antonio de Viti de Marco (1858-1943). This book presents 11 interviews with American and Italian students from various disciplines that supply a profile of this significant intellectual as an fiscal theorist, flesh presser, and person. He used to be the founder of the natural thought of Public Finance, performed an important role within the beginning of Public selection, and was once additionally a staunch liberal and radical politician. An English translation of 1 of his books, made as early as 1936, greatly inspired James M. Buchanan, Nobel prize-winner for economics.
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