Max Weber

Max Weber-Gesamtausgabe

Band I/8: Wirtschaft, Staat und Sozialpolitik. Schriften und Reden 1900–1912
Hrsg. v. Wolfgang Schluchter, in Zus.-Arb. m. Peter Kurth u. Birgitt Morgenbrod
[Economy, State and Social Policy. By Max Weber. Edited by Wolfgang Schluchter with the assistance of Peter Kurth and Birgitt Morgenbrod.]
1998. XVII, 546 pages.
Published in German.
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Summary
This volume is a collection of texts written by Max Weber from 1900 to 1913 which focus on his structural analysis of agrarian and industrial capitalism as well as on his social policy located between state socialism and laissez-faire liberalism. In addition, the volume provides an insight into Max Weber's views on constitutional policy, which at that time were already strongly oriented towards a parliamentarization of the Reich's constitution. His support of resolutions on significant political issues at that time round off the picture.