The New International Encyclopædia/Brentano, Lujo

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The New International Encyclopædia
Brentano, Lujo
Edition of 1905. See also Lujo Brentano on Wikipedia, and the disclaimer.

BRENTANO, Lujo (1844—). A German political economist. He was born in Aschaffenburg, Bavaria; studied at the universities of Dublin, Heidelberg, Munich, Würzburg, and Göttingen, and with Ernst Engel, the statistician, made an investigation of the English trades-unions. He has been professor of political economy successively in Breslau (1873), Strassburg (1882), Vienna (1888), Leipzig (1889), and Munich (1891). His more important publications include Die Arbeitergilden der Gegenwart, 2 vols. (1871); Das Arbeitsverhältnis gemäss dem heutigen Recht (1877); Der Arbeiterversicherungszwang, seine Voraussetzungen und seine Folgen (1881); Ueber das Verhältnis von Arbeitslohn und Arbeitszeit zur Arbeitsleistung (2d ed., 1893); Agrarpolitik, Vol. I. (1897).