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Pososhkov as the Mirror of the Russian Originality during the Russian Inclusion into Framework of Capitalist World-System

Pososhkov as the Mirror of the Russian Originality during the Russian Inclusion into Framework of Capitalist World-SystemPososhkov as the Mirror of the Russian Originality during the Russian Inclusion into Framework of Capitalist World-System

Journal of Institutional studies, , Vol. 6 (no. 1),
p. 43-48

The paper interprets Ivan Pososhkov’s “Book on Poverty and Wealth” as an original reaction to Russian inclusion into framework of capitalist World-economy. Dutch hegemony in early World-system determined common geocultural patterns for Western mercantilism as well as reforms of Peter the Great in Russia. However, Russian Empire became an integral part of capitalist World-economy as a semi-periphery, and transformations resulted frequently in contrasts of the initial geocultural patterns of World-system core. Pososhkov’s native economic thought reflected these contradictions.


Keywords: World-Systems Analysis; geocultural patterns; mercantilism; peripheral empire; second serfdom

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