Maffeo Pantaleoni (Frascati, 2 July 1857 – Milan, 29 October 1924) was an Italian economist. At first he was a notable proponent of neoclassical economics. Later in his life, before and during World War I, he became an ardent nationalist and syndicalist, with close ties to the Fascist movement. He was Minister of Finance in the Carnaro government of Gabriele D'Annunzio at Fiume, which lasted for fifteen months between 1919 and 1920. Shortly before his death, he was elected to the Italian Senate.

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  • Maffeo Pantaleoni (* 2. Juli 1857 in Frascati; † 29. Oktober 1924 in Mailand) war einer der bedeutendsten italienischen Volkswirtschaftler und ein angesehener Befürworter der neoklassischen Theorie. Er war Sohn eines italienischen Senators und einer irischen Mutter. Einen Teil seiner Schulzeit verbrachte er in Paris. Er beendete das Gymnasium 1877 in Potsdam.Anschließend besuchte er die Universität in Rom und absolvierte diese im Jahre 1882 mit seiner Dissertation über die Theorie der Übertragung von Steuern. (de)
  • マフェオ・パンタレオーニ(Maffeo Pantaleoni, 1857年 - 1924年)は、イタリアの経済学者。ヴィルフレド・パレート、エンリコ・バローネと並んで限界効用理論に基づく経済学をイタリアおよびラテン諸国に広めた人物である。 (ja)
  • Maffeo Pantaleoni (Frascati, 2 July 1857 – Milan, 29 October 1924) was an Italian economist. At first he was a notable proponent of neoclassical economics. Later in his life, before and during World War I, he became an ardent nationalist and syndicalist, with close ties to the Fascist movement. He was Minister of Finance in the Carnaro government of Gabriele D'Annunzio at Fiume, which lasted for fifteen months between 1919 and 1920. Shortly before his death, he was elected to the Italian Senate. Pantaleoni was a major contributor to the Italian school of economics known as 'La Scienza delle Finanze'. His book 'Teoria della Traslazione dei Tributi' (theory of tax shifting) is a pioneering study of tax incidence. According to Nobel prize winner James M. Buchanan, Pantaleoni and his followers (such as Antonio De Viti De Marco and Vilfredo Pareto) can be considered the intellectual forefathers of the modern public choice theory. He was occasionally referred to as "the Marshall of Italy", because of his unrelenting defense of laissez-faire economic policies. (en)
  • Maffeo Pantaleoni (Frascati, 2 juli 1857 - Milaan, 29 oktober 1924) was een Italiaans econoom en politicus. In zijn jonge jaren was hij een gekend voorvechter van de neoklassieke economie. Hij werd in het verleden af en toe aangeduid als de Italiaanse Alfred Marshall, vanwege zijn niet aflatende verdediging van een laissez-faire economisch beleid. (nl)
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  • Maffeo Pantaleoni (* 2. Juli 1857 in Frascati; † 29. Oktober 1924 in Mailand) war einer der bedeutendsten italienischen Volkswirtschaftler und ein angesehener Befürworter der neoklassischen Theorie. Er war Sohn eines italienischen Senators und einer irischen Mutter. Einen Teil seiner Schulzeit verbrachte er in Paris. Er beendete das Gymnasium 1877 in Potsdam.Anschließend besuchte er die Universität in Rom und absolvierte diese im Jahre 1882 mit seiner Dissertation über die Theorie der Übertragung von Steuern. (de)
  • マフェオ・パンタレオーニ(Maffeo Pantaleoni, 1857年 - 1924年)は、イタリアの経済学者。ヴィルフレド・パレート、エンリコ・バローネと並んで限界効用理論に基づく経済学をイタリアおよびラテン諸国に広めた人物である。 (ja)
  • Maffeo Pantaleoni (Frascati, 2 juli 1857 - Milaan, 29 oktober 1924) was een Italiaans econoom en politicus. In zijn jonge jaren was hij een gekend voorvechter van de neoklassieke economie. Hij werd in het verleden af en toe aangeduid als de Italiaanse Alfred Marshall, vanwege zijn niet aflatende verdediging van een laissez-faire economisch beleid. (nl)
  • Maffeo Pantaleoni (Frascati, 2 July 1857 – Milan, 29 October 1924) was an Italian economist. At first he was a notable proponent of neoclassical economics. Later in his life, before and during World War I, he became an ardent nationalist and syndicalist, with close ties to the Fascist movement. He was Minister of Finance in the Carnaro government of Gabriele D'Annunzio at Fiume, which lasted for fifteen months between 1919 and 1920. Shortly before his death, he was elected to the Italian Senate. (en)
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