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Laveleye, Smile Louis Victor de (1822-92), a Belgian political economist, was born at Bruges, and educated at Ghent and Paris. He was appointed to the chair of Political Economy at Liege in 1864, and was a diligent contributor to magazines both home and foreign. Among his works are Property and its Primitive Forms, Letters from Italy, Socialism of the Present Day, Elements of Political Economy, and The Ballian Peninsula.