Юрий В. Яременко
The theoretical contribution to the economics and statistics of these eminent scientists (academician Yu.V. Yaremenko, prof. B.S. Yastremsky, M.A. Bouniatian) and their intellectual biographies (with unknown features) are resurrected and described.
The collection of articles on the economy on theoretical topics, including on the history of economic science and methodology, is published.
It was shown in  how to construct a consistent estimator of the expectation, when the data are given in a rounded form, and the discretization step does not converge to zero. In this work, we consider the same problem for estimating the variance. Below we present one of the results obtained.
http://The chapter provides methodological analysis of applied economic knowledge, and its relationships with theoretical knowledge. Stages in the history of these relationships, as well as specific features of applied economics are identified. A survey of international ex5 periences of the application of economic modeling in policy5making is added to exemplify organisational problems in the field of applied economics
This chapter takes us to another case of institutional and field turmoil: high Stalinism after World War II. The Blockade of Leningrad had claimed more than one million victims and disrupted the work of economists, especially those at Leningrad State University. Adjusting to post-war life was its own challenge, but by 1948, the Leningrad Affair heralded a new wave of Stalinist repression aimed at Leningrad elites who led the city through the wartime Blockade. Part of this dynamic took place in public “discussions” as a tool to discipline economists and professors to make sure their “science” did not challenge the authority of elite or ideology. The threat to power, it seemed, was local-level fields: a profession grounded in the search for Truth and intimately linked to Marxism-Leninism, an institution (the university), and “science” as practice and identity that was supposed to transcend social reality. High Stalinism was not only a matter of a suspicious elite rooting out competition; it had a complex dynamic that ran through combinations of institutions that, in this case, came together in the university.
Demographic statistics versus mathematical, probability, sampling, population, William Farr's "life statistics" and Karl Pearson's mathematical ... - in this comic, a review of history, philosophy, basic concepts and how they relate to real problems.