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Economics in Russia: Studies in Intellectual History

History


by
Vincent Barnett (Editor) and Joachim Zweynert (Editor)

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 220 pages

File size: 16.9 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English


The history of Russian economic thought largely remains a grey area in the international literature, with a lack of comprehensive studies not only in the West, but also in Russia itself. Whilst over the last 15 years, an increasing amount of work has been done on the subject, co-operation between Russian and Western researchers in this field leaves much to be desired. In order to improve this situation, this volume brings Russian and non-Russian researchers together to provide an overview of the current state of the topic and to give a stimulus for further research. Scholars from the UK, Germany, Japan, Australia, Finland and Russia put forward differing, yet complimentary perspectives on the long-term history of Russian economic ideas.

The history of Russian economic thought largely remains a grey area in the international literature, with a lack of comprehensive studies not only in the West, but also in Russia itself. Whilst over the last 15 years, an increasing amount of work has been done on the subject, co-operation between Russian and Western researchers in this field leaves much to be desired. In order to improve this situation, this volume brings Russian and non-Russian researchers together… (more)

The history of Russian economic thought largely remains a grey area in the international literature, with a lack of comprehensive studies not only in the West, but also in Russia itself. Whilst over the last 15 years, an increasing amount of work has been done on the subject, co-operation between Russian and Western researchers in this field leaves much to be desired. In order to improve this situation, this volume brings Russian and non-Russian researchers together to provide an overview of the current state of the topic and to give a stimulus for further research. Scholars from the UK, Germany, Japan, Australia, Finland and Russia put forward differing, yet complimentary perspectives on the long-term history of Russian economic ideas.

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