Provides an overview of the evolution of Spanish economic policy throughout the nineteenth century and considers the economic thought of the Spanish professor of this time. Discusses the work of Heinrich von Stackelberg while he was based in Spain from 1943. Suggests that Stackelberg’s ideas were key to the quantum leap in Spanish economic policy, abandoning utilitarian historicism which had permeated it up to then.
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