2 edition of cameralists. found in the catalog.
Albion Woodbury Small
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Cameralists, named after the German royal treasure chamber, the Kammer, propounded an extreme form of mercantilism, concentrating even more than their confreres in the West on building up state power, and subordinating all parts of the economy and polity to the state and its bureaucracy.
Whereas mercantilist writers were generally pamphleteers. cameralists. book Excerpt from The Cameralists: The Pioneers of German Social Polity Like its predecessor in this series, Adam Smith and Modern Sociology, the present book is a mere fragment.
It deals with a single factor of the social process in the German States. It finds this factor already effective in Cited by: This paper traces a deep rift in the historiography of cameralism, demonstrating how historians have systematically separated cameralist writings from the context of the Holy Roman Empire’s fiscal chambers.
Scholarship on the subject has been largely defined by an artificial separation between “cameralists of the book” and “cameralists of the bureau.”Cited by: The Cameralists "Cameralism" is the term commonly used to describe the German brand of Mercantilism, that emerged in the 17th Century.
The ruinous destruction wrought upon Germany by the Thirty Years' War (), had placed great demands on the liliputian treasuries and manpower of the patchwork of German principalities.
Probing the relationship between German political economy and everyday fiscal administration, The Disordered Police State focuses on the cameral sciences—a peculiarly German body of knowledge designed to train state officials—and in so doing offers a new vision of science and practice during the seventeenth and eighteenth-centuries.
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Albion Small, The Cameralists, 8 making out the larger meanings of the body of literature in question. In order to justify this challenge of venerable tradition, account must be taken of the immediate antecedents of Roscher’s book.
In Leopold Ranke submitted to the Bavarian Royal Academy of Sciences a plan for a series of twenty-four. Cameralist definition is - a public administrative servant of continental rulers of the 17th and 18th centuries who was a mercantilist and advocated economic policies tending to strengthen the position of the ruler.
Many of the cameralists also held academic posts. The first chairs of cameral science were established inin Halle and Frankfurt on the Oder, and by the end of the 18 th century 23 such chairs had been established (Backhaus ).
The cameralists were partly economists, partly political scientists, partly public administrators, and partly. Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more.
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This book discusses the impact of cameralism on the practices of governance, early modern state-building and economy in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Europe.
or just looking for a job.¹ In Andre Wakefield went back to Albion Small’s distinction between ‘book cameralists’ and ‘practical cameralists’, calling for more. Define cameralist. cameralist synonyms, cameralist pronunciation, cameralist translation, English dictionary definition of cameralist.
a mercantilist economist of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries who believed in the doctrine that a nation’s wealth could be. This paper traces a deep rift in the historiography of cameralism, demonstrating how historians have systematically separated cameralist writings from the context of the Holy Roman Empire’s fiscal chambers.
Scholarship on the subject has been largely defined by an artificial separation between “cameralists of the book” and “cameralists of the bureau.”Cited by: Camera Books. likes. Photography / Camera Reference books, DVDs and original manualsFollowers: Look for editions of this book at your library, or elsewhere.
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As Leland Yeager has pointed out, unlike the scientists of the natural sciences, economists provide their. The cameralists developed, for their time and in light of the cognitive presuppositions of that time, an approach to the analysis of civic issues that The only scholarly book-length treatment of cameralism in English is a work by Albion Small, which, while a thoroughly scholarly work, is written from a sociological and not an.Kamera Books, Harpenden, United Kingdom.
likes. Kamera Books are essential reading for anyone interested in film and popular culture. They include lively, engaged discussion, historical.cameralist (plural cameralists) A public administrative servant of continental rulers of the 17th and 18th centuries who was a mercantilist and advocated economic policies tending to strengthen the position of the ruler.
An economist who strongly emphasizes political factors in recommending economic policy. Derived terms. cameralistic.