A report on Cartel and Holm Arno Leonhardt

Headquarters of the Rhenish-Westphalian Coal Syndicate, Germany (at times the best known cartel in the world), around 1910
Holm Arno Leonhardt
The printing equipment company American Type Founders (ATF) explicitly states in its 1923 manual that its goal is to "discourage unhealthy competition" in the printing industry.

Holm Arno Leonhardt -- sometimes abbreviated to Holm A. Leonhardt, born October 12, 1952—is a German scientist in the fields of International Relations and economic history, especially in the realm of cartel history and theory.

- Holm Arno Leonhardt

Leonhardt, Holm Arno: Kartelltheorie und Internationale Beziehungen. Theoriegeschichtliche Studien, Hildesheim 2013.

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Headquarters of the Rhenish-Westphalian Coal Syndicate, Germany (at times the best known cartel in the world), around 1910

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Gustav von Schmoller (1838-1917)

Cartel theory

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Gustav von Schmoller (1838-1917)
Robert Liefmann (1874-1941)
Jeremiah Jenks (1856–1929)
Francis Laur (1844–1934)

Cartel theory is usually understood as the doctrine of economic cartels.

According to an analysis by Holm Arno Leonhardt, classical cartel theory can be understood (after a deconstructive adjustment) as an interdisciplinary systems theory in the field of the social sciences.

Compulsory cartel

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A compulsory cartel or forced cartel is a cartel that is established or maintained by an administrative order or by a legal directive.

The cartel-historian Holm Arno Leonhardt has positioned himself more differentiated in 2013: Forced cartels that were embedded in a totalitarian planning economy or were by other means unable to realize their own will, should be regarded as organs or appendages of another system.