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us: Gide, Charles, 1847-1932

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  • Fuller Name

    • Paul Henri Charles
  • Variants

    • us: Jit, Şarl, 1847-1932
    • us: Chi-tʻe, Chʻa-li, 1847-1932
    • us: ז׳יד, שארל
    • us: Z͡Hid, Sharlʹ
    • us: Жід, Шарль
    • us: Gide, Paul Henri Charles, 1847-1932
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    • Birth Place

        (naf) Uzès (France)
    • Death Place

        (naf) Paris (France)
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) France
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Montpellier (France)
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Paris (France)
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: (naf) Université de Montpellier
        • Organization: (naf) Faculté de droit de Paris
        • Organization: (naf) Ecole des hautes études sociales (Paris, France)
        • Organization: (naf) Collège de France
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    • Field of Activity

        (lcsh) Economics
          (lcsh) Economics--History
            (lcsh) Cooperation
              (lcsh) Cooperative societies
            • Occupation

                (lcsh) Economists
                  (lcsh) Historians
                    (lcsh) College teachers
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                • Sources

                  • found: Desroche, H. Charles Gide (1847-1932), 1982: t.p. (Charles Gide, 1847-1932)
                  • found: LC data base, 9-2-83 (hdg.: Gide, Charles, 1847-1932)
                  • found: His Paris Hukuk Fakültesi muallimlerinden Şarl Jid'in İlm-i iktisat dersleri, 1911 or 1912: t.p. (Şarl Jid'in)
                  • found: Ching chi ssu hsiang shih, 1957: t.p. (Chʻa-li Chi-tʻe)
                  • found: Prohrama kooperatyzmu, 1934: t.p. (Шарль Жід = Sharl ЋZЌHid)
                  • found: Histoire des doctrines économiques, 2000: t.p. (Charles Gide) 5th-6th preliminary pages (1847-1932; 1874-1880, Faculté de droit de Bordeaux; in 1880, he left for Faculté de droit de Montpellier; professor at Université de Montpellier as of 1903; in 1900, named professor in Paris, at École supérieure des ponts et chaussées, then, in 1907, École supérieure de guerre; as of 1909, was professor of social economics at Université de Paris; in 1919, named honorary professor at Faculté de droit de Paris; in 1921 elected to Collège de France, where taught until 1930)
                  • found: Pénin, Marc. Charles Gide, 1847-1932, 1998: p. 4 of cover (professor at Faculté de droit de Paris and at Collège de France; historical director of the French cooperative movement, theoretician of social economics, president of the social Christianity movement) p. 11, etc. ((Paul Henri) Charles; born 29 June 1847 in Uzès, in Languedoc; in 1880, he obtained post of professor of economics at Faculté de droit de Montpellier, and he and his wife settled in Montpellier; he moved to Paris in 1898, teaching at Faculté de droit de Paris as a lecturer, not leaving his position at Université de Montpellier until 1903; participated in École des hautes études sociales (EHES) from its foundation in 1900; professor of comparative social economics at Faculté de droit de Paris from 1905 until retired from there November 1919; obtained chair of cooperation at Collège de France in 1921, taught there until April 1930; continued to be active; died in his apartment in Paris, 12 March 1932; left monumental body of work)
                  • found: Wikipedia, 21 October 2014 (Charles Gide (1847-1932); a leading French economist and historian of economic thought; he was a professor at the University of Bordeaux, at Montpellier, at Université de Paris, and finally at Collège de France; a proponent of the French historical approach to economics; promoted the establishment of a School for Advanced Social Studies (École supérieure de sciences sociales) in 1899; in addition, he served among the early faculty of the Ecole supérieure de journalisme de Paris, also established in 1899; at the center of progressive politics in France, champion of the cooperative movement, both agricultural and consumers' cooperatives; his nephew was the writer André Gide)
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