Vladigerov, Todor

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Vladigerov, Todor

 

Born Aug. 28, 1898; died July 17, 1967. Bulgarian economist and civic figure. Corresponding member of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (1958).

Vladigerov was a professor at the Higher Finance and Accounting Institute (1938-44) and the Karl Marx Higher Economic Institute (1944-61). From 1948 to 1951 he was the Bulgarian ambassador to France. He wrote on the problems of capitalist political economy. He received the Dimitrov Prize in 1960.

WORKS

Rukovodeno stopanstvo. Sofia, 1939.
Osnovni techeniia v politicheskata ikonomiia. Svishchov, 1946.
Fiktivniiat kapital. Sofia, 1957.
Agrarikonomicheski ucheniia. Sofia, 1961.
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