Max Sering

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Max Sering
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Max Sering in 1933
Born(1857-01-18)18 January 1857
Barby
Died12 November 1939(1939-11-12) (aged 82)
Berlin
NationalityGerman
FieldAgricultural economics
Alma materUniversity of Strasbourg
Doctoral
advisor
Gustav von Schmoller

Max Sering (18 January 1857 – 12 November 1939) was a German economist. Sering was considered the most famous German agricultural economist of his time; his students briefly included Otto von Habsburg.

Sering studied in both Strasbourg and Leipzig, before entering the civil service in Alsace in 19879. In 1883 he was sent by the Prussian government to North America to study agricultural competition.

Sering remarked that the Russian Revolution served to further enhance the transition of peasant land from common ownership to private ownership.[1]

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  1. ^ Pankhurst, Sylvia (1922). "Communism versus Reformism: Mistakes of the Communist Party of Ireland". Workers' Dreadnought.

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