Agostino Magliani (23 July 1824 – 20 February 1891), Italian financier, was a native of Laurino, near Salerno. He studied at Naples, and a book on the philosophy of law based on Liberal principles won for him a post in the Neapolitan treasury. He entered the Italian Senate in 1871, and had already secured a reputation as a financial expert before his Questione monetaria appeared in 1874.

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  • Agostino Magliani (23 July 1824 – 20 February 1891), Italian financier, was a native of Laurino, near Salerno. He studied at Naples, and a book on the philosophy of law based on Liberal principles won for him a post in the Neapolitan treasury. He entered the Italian Senate in 1871, and had already secured a reputation as a financial expert before his Questione monetaria appeared in 1874. In December 1877 he became minister of finance in the reconstructed Depretis ministry, and he subsequently held the same office in three other Liberal cabinets. In his second tenure he carried through (1880) the abolition of the grist tax, to take effect in 1884. Having to face an increased expenditure without offending the Radical electorate by unpopular taxes, he had recourse to unsound methods of finance, which seriously embarrassed Italian credit for some years after he finally laid down office in 1888. He died in Rome on 22 February 1891. He was one of the founders of the anti-socialistic Adam Smith Society at Florence. (en)
  • Agostino Magliani (* 1824 in Laurino in der Provinz Salerno, Königreich beider Sizilien, heute Italien; † 1891 in Rom, Königreich Italien) war ein italienischer Finanzminister. (de)
  • Fu ministro delle Finanze del Regno d'Italia nel II e III Governo Cairoli, nel II, III, IV, V, VI, VII e VIII Governo Depretis. Viene ricordato tra l'altro per aver ideato il progetto di affidare ai Monopoli di Stato il compito di curare la distribuzione del "Chinino di Stato". È stato anche ministro del Tesoro ad interim nei Governi Depretis III, IV, V, VI, VII e VIII e nel I Governo Crispi. (it)
  • Agostino Magliani (Laurino, Italia, 23 de julio de 1824-Roma, 20 de febrero de 1891), fue un financiero italiano. (es)
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  • Agostino Magliani (* 1824 in Laurino in der Provinz Salerno, Königreich beider Sizilien, heute Italien; † 1891 in Rom, Königreich Italien) war ein italienischer Finanzminister. (de)
  • Fu ministro delle Finanze del Regno d'Italia nel II e III Governo Cairoli, nel II, III, IV, V, VI, VII e VIII Governo Depretis. Viene ricordato tra l'altro per aver ideato il progetto di affidare ai Monopoli di Stato il compito di curare la distribuzione del "Chinino di Stato". È stato anche ministro del Tesoro ad interim nei Governi Depretis III, IV, V, VI, VII e VIII e nel I Governo Crispi. (it)
  • Agostino Magliani (Laurino, Italia, 23 de julio de 1824-Roma, 20 de febrero de 1891), fue un financiero italiano. (es)
  • Agostino Magliani (23 July 1824 – 20 February 1891), Italian financier, was a native of Laurino, near Salerno. He studied at Naples, and a book on the philosophy of law based on Liberal principles won for him a post in the Neapolitan treasury. He entered the Italian Senate in 1871, and had already secured a reputation as a financial expert before his Questione monetaria appeared in 1874. (en)
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