Carl Brinkmann

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Carl Brinkmann (19 March 1885 – 20 May 1954) was a German sociologist and economist, focusing on socioeconomics and the history of political economy.

Brinkmann was born in Tilsit, East Prussia, now in Kaliningrad, and died in Oberstdorf, Allgäu. In 1904 he was awarded a Rhodes Scholarship to study at The Queen's College, Oxford. He taught as a professor at the Heidelberg University (1923), Berlin University (1942), Tübingen University (1946).

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