Kurt Singer

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Kurt Singer (May 12, 1886 – February 14, 1962) was a German economist and philosopher.

Born in Magdeburg, he was a professor at Hamburg University (1924–1933). He taught at Tokyo Imperial University from 1931 to 1935.

Singer died at Athens, Greece.

Literary works[edit]

  • On the crisis of present-day Japan, 1932
  • Das Geld als Zeichen, 1920
  • Platon und das Griechentum, 1920
  • Platon der Gründer, 1927

Further information[edit]

  • Schönhärl, Korinna. (2007). Die Ökonomen des George-Kreises zwischen Historischer Methode und Ökonometrie 1918-1933: der Ökonom Kurt Singer und die Methode der Semiotik, Zeitschrift für Bibliothek, Archiv und Information in Norddeutschland, Nordhausen: Bautz, ISSN 0720-7123, ZDB-ID 8020310, Vol. 27.2007, 4, pp. 551–568