1808, Apr 111870, Feb 1
a Norwegian jurist and economic reformer. He was a professor of jurisprudence and economics in the 1830s and 1840s and was an extremely influential publicist for economic liberalism. He is widely credited in helping bring about Norway's change to a capitalist economy. Schweigaard's writings include: "Reflections on the Present State of Jurisprudence in Germany", published in Juridisk Tidsskrift (Legal Journal) in 1834 and "Om den tyske filosofi" ("On German Philosophy"), published in the French periodical La France Littéraire in 1835.
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