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Richard T. Ely ( 1854-1943 )

Richard T. Ely es considerado a la vez miembro de la Escuela Historicista Alemana y precursor del Institucionalismo Americano. Fue profesor de John R. Commons y Wesley C. Mitchell.

Junto con Seligman, fund la prestigiosa American Economic Asociation, que actualmente sigue honrando el nombre de su fundador.

Richard T. Ely naci en Ripley, New York, el 13 de abril de 1854. Richard T. Ely A los 18 aos entr en el Dartmouth College y posteriormente se traslad a la Columbia University donde se gradu en 1876. Obtuvo el ttulo de doctor en la Universidad de Heidelberg, donde recibi la influencia de la Escuela Historicista. En 1881 obtuvo la ctedra de Economa Poltica en la Johns Hopkins University. Sus enfrentamientos con Newcomb y los marginalistas provocaron su abandono de esta universidad y su traslado ala de Wisconsin.

Posteriormente se especializ en temas relacionados con la economa del trabajo y el movimiento sindical lo que le provoc nuevos problemas polticos. Al final de su vida acadmica asumi posturas muy conservadoras y se dedic al estudio de la economa agraria.

OBRAS

  • "American Colleges and German Universities", 1880, Harper's

  • "German Cooperative Credit Unions", 1881, Atlantic Monthly

  • French and German Socialism in Modern Time, 1883.

  • "The Past and the Present of Political Economy", 1883, Overland Monthly.

  • "The Prussian Civil Service", 1883, Overland Monthly

  • The Past and the Present of Political Economy, 1884

  • "Pullman: A Social Study", 1885, Harper's

  • "Ethics and Economics", 1886, Science.

  • "Arbitration", 1886, North American Review

  • The Labor Movement in America, 1886.

  • "Social Studies. I. The Nature of the Railway Problem", 1886, Harper's

  • "Social Studies - II. The Economic Evils in American Railway Methods", 1886, Harper's

  • "Social Studies - III. The Reform of Railway Abuses", 1886, Harper's

  • "Socialism in America", 1886, North American Rev.

  • "Political Economy in America", 1887, North American Rev.

  • "Social Studies. - I. The Nature and Significance of Corporations", 1887, Harper's

  • "Social Studies. - II. The Growth of Corporations", 1887, Harper's

  • "Social Studies. - III. The Future of Corporations", 1887, Harper's

  • Taxation in American States and Cities, 1888.

  • An Introduction to Political Economy, 1889.

  • "The Telegraph Monopoly", 1889, North American Rev.

  • "A Programme for Labor Reform", 1890, Century

  • "Pauperism in the United States", 1891, North American Rev.

  • "The Inheritance of Property", 1891, North American Rev.

  • Outlines of Economics, 1893.

  • "Natural Monopolies and the Workingman. A Programme of Social Reform", 1894, North American Review

  • "Fraternalism vs. Paternalism in Government", 1898, Century

  • Monopolies and Trusts, 1900.

  • Studies in the Evolution of Industrial Society, 1903.

  • Property and Contract in their Relation to the Distribution of Wealth, 1914.

  • Ground Under Our Feet: An autobiography, 1938.

  • Natural Monopolies and the Workingman. A Programme of Social Reform

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