DOI :10.26650/PB/SS10.2019.001.078   IUP :10.26650/PB/SS10.2019.001.078    Full Text (PDF)

Vilfredo Pareto, Trattato, and Italian School of Fiscal Sociology

Haydar Lütfü EjderAli Çelen Erduran

In this study Vilfredo Pareto, whose economic and political views had been changed in his life time due to the transformation of political environment he had lived in, and as a result who had achieved to introduce one of the paradigms of sociological theory will be analized. And in last section, Pareto inspired Italian Fiscal School which puts political theory in center of its analysis will be explained. 

JEL Classification : A14 , H30


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