Definition of Cameralistic. Meaning of Cameralistic. Synonyms of Cameralistic

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Definition of Cameralistic

Cameralistic
Cameralistic Cam`e*ra*lis"tic, a. Of or pertaining to finance and public revenue.

Meaning of Cameralistic from wikipedia

- environmental and administrative knowledge and technology, for example, cameralistic accounting, still used in public finance today. The growing power of...
- Beginning Fall Term 1868/69, Wagner therefore took over the Chair of the Cameralistic subjects (roughly, state management) at the Badensian University of Freiburg...
- Professor ordinarius of economics and statistics or State Sciences and cameralistics (public finance and administration) in Basel, Riga, Dorpat (now Tartu)...
- financial writings, the influence of contemporary French writings as well as cameralistic theories developed by Wolff and Pufendorf shines through. On various...
- still the era of data-gathering and in this they were not far beyond the cameralistic nature of the first half of the nineteenth century. One should have expected...
- Planning Commission in 1974. In 1982, he joined the Central Institute of Cameralistics and Finance. Li graduated from the Central College of Finance in 1982...
- typical of the enlightened absolutists of his time. These included a cameralistic economic policy. He took measures to standardize taxes and introduced...
- threefold division of this work marks his close relation to the older German cameralistic writers, with whose works he was familiarly acquainted. It is a consequence...
- studies in state sciences, the central part of which, according to the cameralistic concept, was represented by economics.He then moved to Heidelberg and...
- (1741–1810) and Caroline née Finck von Finckenstein (1746–1825). He studied cameralistics at the Universities of Frankfurt (Oder) and Göttingen. In Hamburg, where...
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