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|dc.creator||Zaratiegui, J.M. (Jesús M.)|
|dc.description.abstract||Ullastres became totally immersed in an intellectual community where a constant flow of ideas –informal or in academic forum– was a common feature, and composed of a variety of people: from philosophers (in the coffee-chats around Ortega) to economists, lawyers and historians, etc. This cross-fertilisation took place in many places: economic institutions; Flores de Lemus' chair, where a whole generation of economists took form; journals (Revista de Occidente; the Arbor group (Pérez Embid, Pániker, Calvo Serer); Revista de Estudios Políticos); the University of Madrid, where most of them were professors; the contact with other European countries through stays there||es_ES|
|dc.title||Alberto Ullastres: the formative years as historian of economic ideas (1934-50)||es_ES|
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