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Der Österreichische Volkswirt
Categories Business magazine
Political magazine
Frequency Biweekly
Founder Walther Federn
Year founded 1908
Final issue 1998
Country Austria
Based in Vienna
Language German
OCLC number 29802839

Der Österreichische Volkswirt (also known as ÖVW; meaning The Austrian Economist in English) was a German language economics and political magazine published in Vienna, Austria. It was the first business publication in the country.

History and profile

ÖVW was started in Vienna in 1908.[1] The founder of the magazine was Walther Federn.[1][2] The magazine was published biweekly.[3]

Karl Polanyi contributed to the magazine in the mid-1920s.[4] He was also on the editorial team from 1924 to 1938.[5]Peter F. Drucker was another contributor to the magazine.[6][7]

ÖVW ceased publication in 1938.[5] The magazine was restarted on a weekly basis at the end of 1945.[8]

See also

List of magazines in Austria


  1. ^ a b Günther Chaloupek. "From Stabilization to Depression: Comments in the Österreichische Volkswirt on Economic Policy in Austria Between 1923 and 1929". Infona. Retrieved 2015. 
  2. ^ Günter Bischof; Fritz Plasser; Eva Maltschnig, eds. (2012). Austrian Lives (PDF). New Orleans: Innsbruck University Press. Retrieved 2015. 
  3. ^ Günther Chaloupek (2010). ""Neutrality of money" versus "stability of the price level" - issues of monetary theory within the Austrian School of economics" (Conference Paper). Vienna: Website of G. Chaloupek. Retrieved 2015. 
  4. ^ Robert Kuttner (15 April 2014). "Karl Polanyi Explains It All". The American Prospect. Retrieved 2015. 
  5. ^ a b Michele Cangiani. ""A Staggering World": Karl Polanyi's Contribution to Der Österreichische Volkswirt". Infona. Retrieved 2015. 
  6. ^ "Peter F. Drucker Biography". Alberta Rose. Retrieved 2015. 
  7. ^ "Peter Drucker As Journalist". Drucker Society. Retrieved 2015. 
  8. ^ Charlotte Natmeßnig (2006). "Business Press in Austria" (Conference Paper). Retrieved 2015. 

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