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This publication is intended for a wide audience, especially historians, political scientists, cultural scientists, anthropologists, sociologists and journalists.
Irina Gluschenko's book belongs to cultural studies by the subject but is more of an investigation by its genre. The reader is invited to verify the existence of parallel motives in three, apparently disparate, books: “The Drummer-Boy” by Arkady Gaidar (1938), “The Gift” by Vladimir Nabokov (1937), and “Master and Margarita” by Mikhail Bulgakov (1938). Revealing hidden similarities in the books written by a Red Army officer, an aristocrat in exile, and a former White Guard doctor allows capturing the Zeitgeist of the late 1930s. The author's approach is her method of almost arbitrary, noncausal parallelisms. The investigation extends beyond the literary scope: the author deals with previously unpublished archival records relating to the same, diabolic and mundane, historic background in which the enigmatic drummer boy's story was set, which was shared by the generation reading the book, and which determined the fate of Gaidar himself.
The book is intended for historians, scholars in cultural studies, philologists, and a broader audience interested in the Soviet past and its integration into world history.
Irina Gluschenko, Associate Professor, School of Cultural Studies, Faculty of Humanities, National Research University Higher School of Economics.
This collection provides the insight into diff erent aspects of government relations in the circumstances of economic crisis. The task of dialogue of business and government is overcoming negative trends in economy, renewal of economical growth in current diffi cult external environments, radical improvement of business environment. Therefore the book is focused on diff erent aspects of business climate improvement by cooperation of business and government.
The book consists of four main sections that successively address the social and political aspects of economical crisis, governmental mechanisms of business support, issues of import substitution and public purchasing, legal regulation and international cooperation during the economic crisis, business associations and main trends in social policy.
At the heart of the book are materials of elective course“GR in modern Russia: Theory and Practice”, theoretical and practical work by faculty members from HSE Department of Theory and Practice of Business-Government Interaction, materials from workshops held by leading representatives of the business community and public authorities.
The book will be of interest to specialists and students of economics, political science and management and non-specialist audience interested in economy and politics.
This multi-author monograph is the fourth book in the series “Business and Government in Russia”. It covers the issues of mutual influence of the legally established mechanisms of business and government relations as well as the regulatory practice of applying such mechanisms. The book consists of three main sections starting from the legal aspects of business and government relations in Russian and international legislation and going on to the interactions between business and government on the federal, regional and municipal levels. The monograph is based on the materials of an elective course “GR in Modern Russia: Theory and Practice”, theoretical and practical work of the faculty members from the HSE Department of Theory and Practice of Business-Government Interaction and the HSE Scientific Educational Laboratory for Research on Business Communications, and materials from workshops held by the leading representatives of the business community and public authorities. This book will be of interest to specialists, professors and students of economics, political science and management.
This book will be of interest to specialists and students of economics, political science, and management.