Schmoller graduated from the University of Tubingen in 1860. He became a professor at the University of Halle and followed this with tenures at both Strasbourg and Berlin. Schmoller became one of the most powerful economists in the Prussian Empire and contributed to the development of the discipline of economic history. He founded the Verein fur Socialpolitik, was a member of the Prussian State Council in 1884 and the Upper House of Parliament in 1889. He contributed to numerous journals of sociology, economics and political science. His best-known works which have been translated into English include The Mercantile System and its Historical Significance (1884), The Idea of Justice in Political Economy (1893-94) and On Class Conflict in General (1914-15).
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On Class Conflicts in General
The Idea of Justice in Political Economy
The Mercantile System and its Historical Significance
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