Studies in Intellectual History
Bringing together scholars from the UK, Germany, Japan, Australia, Finland and Russia, this collection puts forward differing, yet complimentary, perspectives on the long-term history of Russian economic ideas. Giving an assessment of the subject, it also offers assessments of the possible future of Russian economic thought in the 21st century.
Foreword; Timeline - the main events of Russian history; Introduction, Vincent Barnett and Joachim Zweynert; Economic thought in Muscovy: ownership, money and trade, Danila Raskov; Russian economic thought in the age of the Enlightenment, Leonid Shirokorad; Russian monetary reformers: Speransky, Mordvinov and Bunge, Alla Sheptun; Between reason and historicity: Russian academic economics, 1800-50, Joachim Zweynert; Searching for an ethical basis of political economy: Bulgakov and Tugan-Baranovsky, Natalia Makasheva; The enigma of A.V. Chayanov, William Coleman and Ann Taitslin; Russian emigre economists in the USA, Vincent Barnett; Exile d Russian economists and the USSR: Brutzkus and Prokopovich, Shiuchi Kojima; The debate on the law of value in the USSR, 1941-53, Michael Kaser; Soviet economics after Stalin: between orthodoxy and reform, Pekka Sutela; From Marxist economics to post-Soviet nationalism, Andrey Zaostrovtsev; Conclusion, Vincent Barnett and Joachim Zweynert; Index.