Ресурсная экономика и сословная рента (о книге С. Кордонского)
The author in detail states S. Kordonskii's believing concept that specifi city of the Russian economy consists in domination in it of the estate beginning. It is mainly resource economy. A main objective of its subjects - struggle for an estate rent. Such design is characteristic both for Soviet and the Post-Soviet social and economic device.
In the foreword the author in detail states S.Kordonskii's believing concept that specificity of the Russian economy consists in domination in it of the estate beginning. It is mainly resource economy. A main objective of its subjects - struggle for an estate rent. Such design as characteristic both for Sovet and the Post-Soviet social and economic device.
The article examines the main characteristics of the institutional structure of Russia: its historical origin and modern features. The attention is drawn to two opposite approaches: Russia is moving in the general stream of modernization, or it is going along a special path opposing the institutions of rule of law. The clashes between Moscovia and the Great Duchy of Lithuania in the past were interpreted as a confrontation between two incompatible civilization: the Asian (state) mode of production and the lawbased society. Six main qualities of the presence institutional core (the matrix of Muscovy) are singled out along with the role of culture as an informal institution and its decisive influence on the development and the countries prospects.
The compatibility of legacy of prominent Soviet economist J.A. Kronrod (1912-1984) and the Russian tradition of the economic analysis (from M.I.Туган-Baranovsky up to E.E.Slutsky and N.D.Kondratieff) is investigated. Constructive paths of circular flow schemes, derived by heuristic way from the analysis of two forms of economic relations - direct (non-equivalent) and indirect (equivalent) are analyzed.
The article considers the practices of implementing the labor laws, primarily the law on deserters, during the years from 1941 to 1945. The following questions are at the center of attention: How were the bulk of sentences under the labor decrees carried out? How, due to delays in the implementation of these decrees, did the number of individuals actually serving their sentences change over time? How can the large-scale nonimplementation of the decrees or correctives applied to them be interpreted? In addition to published documents, this article studies these questions via documents from the USSR procuracy, which exercised oversight over the implementation of extraordinary labor law/
The paper describes the peculiarities of economic views and Y.A Kronrod in an era of political economy of socialism. We formulate new theses in accordance with social science perspectives.
The book reveals the multifaceted aspects of the Soviet political economist Yakov Abramovich Kronrod (1912-1984).