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|Born||28 June 1901
Essen, German Empire
|Died||16 March 1978
Cologne, West Germany
Müller-Armack was a central figure of the "Cologne school." He always pointed out that the economy had to serve humanity. A regulatory environment should provide the basis for a form of competition that was to the best for all people.
- Dietzfelbinger, Daniel (2000). "Von der Religionssoziologie zur Sozialen Marktwirtschaft: Leben und Werk Alfred Müller-Armacks (On the sociology of religion in the social market economy: the life and work of Alfred Müller-Armack)". Politische Studien (in German). Hanns-Seidel-Stiftung (Hanns Seidel Foundation). 51 (373): 85–99.
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