Heinrich Herkner (27 June 1863 – 27 May 1932) was a German economist. Herkner was born in Liberec (German: Reichenberg), Bohemia and died in Berlin, Germany. Herkner taught as a professor at the universities of Freiburg (1890-1892), Karlsruhe (1892-1898), and Zürich (1898-1907), as well as the Technical University (1907-1913) and Frederick William University (1913-1932) of Berlin. He was a founding member of the German Society for Sociology and along with Max Weber, Ferdinand Tönnies and Georg Simmel on its first board.

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  • Heinrich Herkner (* 27. Juni 1863 in Reichenberg; † 27. Mai 1932 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Nationalökonom. (de)
  • Heinrich Herkner (27 June 1863 – 27 May 1932) was a German economist. Herkner was born in Liberec (German: Reichenberg), Bohemia and died in Berlin, Germany. Herkner taught as a professor at the universities of Freiburg (1890-1892), Karlsruhe (1892-1898), and Zürich (1898-1907), as well as the Technical University (1907-1913) and Frederick William University (1913-1932) of Berlin. Herkner was originally a Marxist who later evolved towards realist views. Alexandra Kollontai went to Zürich to study under him, but found he had become a “revisionist” and spent much of her time at the university contesting his views. He was a founding member of the German Society for Sociology and along with Max Weber, Ferdinand Tönnies and Georg Simmel on its first board. (en)
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  • 1863-6-27
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  • 1932-5-27
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  • Heinrich Herkner (* 27. Juni 1863 in Reichenberg; † 27. Mai 1932 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Nationalökonom. (de)
  • Heinrich Herkner (27 June 1863 – 27 May 1932) was a German economist. Herkner was born in Liberec (German: Reichenberg), Bohemia and died in Berlin, Germany. Herkner taught as a professor at the universities of Freiburg (1890-1892), Karlsruhe (1892-1898), and Zürich (1898-1907), as well as the Technical University (1907-1913) and Frederick William University (1913-1932) of Berlin. He was a founding member of the German Society for Sociology and along with Max Weber, Ferdinand Tönnies and Georg Simmel on its first board. (en)
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