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Emil Sax (February 8, 1845 – March 25, 1927) was an Austrian economist from Javorník, Austrian Silesia.He was professor of economics at the Charles University in Prague from 1879-93, and after it was split in 1882, he first became Dean of the Law College and later Rector for the German Charles-Ferdinand University. As Rector he was also Virilist ex-officio of the Bohemian Landtag, and he was an elected member of the Imperial Council (Austria) from 1879-85.

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  • Emil Sax (February 8, 1845 – March 25, 1927) was an Austrian economist from Javorník, Austrian Silesia.He was professor of economics at the Charles University in Prague from 1879-93, and after it was split in 1882, he first became Dean of the Law College and later Rector for the German Charles-Ferdinand University. As Rector he was also Virilist ex-officio of the Bohemian Landtag, and he was an elected member of the Imperial Council (Austria) from 1879-85.
  • Emil Sax (8 February 1845 – 25 March 1927) was an Austrian economist from Javorník, Austrian Silesia. He was professor of economics at the Charles University in Prague from 1879-93, and after it was split in 1882, he first became Dean of the Law College and later Rector for the German Charles-Ferdinand University. As Rector he was also ex-officio of the , and he was an elected member of the Imperial Council (Austria) from 1879-85. He died in Volosko, Kingdom of Yugoslavia.
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  • Emil Sax (February 8, 1845 – March 25, 1927) was an Austrian economist from Javorník, Austrian Silesia.He was professor of economics at the Charles University in Prague from 1879-93, and after it was split in 1882, he first became Dean of the Law College and later Rector for the German Charles-Ferdinand University. As Rector he was also Virilist ex-officio of the Bohemian Landtag, and he was an elected member of the Imperial Council (Austria) from 1879-85. He died in Volosko, Kingdom of Yugoslavia.
  • Emil Sax (8 February 1845 – 25 March 1927) was an Austrian economist from Javorník, Austrian Silesia. He was professor of economics at the Charles University in Prague from 1879-93, and after it was split in 1882, he first became Dean of the Law College and later Rector for the German Charles-Ferdinand University. As Rector he was also ex-officio of the , and he was an elected member of the Imperial Council (Austria) from 1879-85. He died in Volosko, Kingdom of Yugoslavia.
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