Antoine-Elisée Cherbuliez

Economist, Deceased Person

1797 – 1869

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Who was Antoine-Elisée Cherbuliez?

Antoine-Elisée Cherbuliez was a Swiss liberal thinker.

My mission is to influence the world, he wrote in 1844. While his economic though stimulated some responses, that is hardly the case for his political ideas, in effect stillborn. Unlike his compatriots Benjamin Constant and Jean de Sismondi, Cherbuliez has had little attention from contemporary historians. His thoughts were spread thinly over various publications, with no major work of synthesis. He was a retiring academic and somewhat isolated.

He was though granted recognition: member of the Académie des sciences morales et politiques of Institut de France, and holder of academic distincions. Further, Karl Marx wrote a chapter on his place in the history of economic doctrine.

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Born
1797
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  • Antoine-Elisee Cherbuliez
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Died
1869

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on July 23, 2013

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