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The Paretian School and Italian Fiscal Sociology

The Paretian School and Italian Fiscal Sociology

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In the 1930s, a Pareto vogue in economics and in sociology emerged in the English-speaking world. In Italy, however, the Paretian episode was already well established by the early 1900s. Moreover, the character of the episode in Italy was quite different to that in other parts of the world: Pareto's influence was much more immediate, more extensive and more enduring, with many Italian economists investigating the relationship between economics and sociology based on Pareto's contributions. This book establishes the case for referring to the 'Paretian school' of thought in Italy and investigates the contribution of Paretian scholars to 'fiscal sociology'.