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"Edinochayateli" by Pososhkov (Combination of Theoretical and Applied Economic Sciences in the Research of Russian Scientists of the XVIII - Early XIX Centuries)

"Edinochayateli" by Pososhkov (Combination of Theoretical and Applied Economic Sciences in the Research of Russian Scientists of the XVIII - Early XIX Centuries)

Journal of Institutional studies, , Vol. 6 (no. 1),
p. 74-83

In this paper we consider an early stage of development of Russian economic thought, becoming the subject and method of science, the specifics of this process in connection with the specific socio-economic structure of the Russian Empire, the general conservatism interpretations of micro and macroeconomic problems in the functioning of the economy. The ways and methods of adaptation of the basic concepts of Western economic thought. Tasked to prove that an adequate perception of the theoretical postulates of classical political economy was completely or partially impossible due to the formation of the conservative intellectual tradition influenced the leading Russian economists as officials, burghers and nobles. At the same time, applied economic work (rates, currency, credit business, economic development estates) and allowed to develop interesting and adapted to Russian conditions results.


Keywords: economics; history of economic thought; the subject and method of economics; cameralism; mercantilism; classical economics; the Physiocrats; liberalism; conservatism; the Russian economic thought; traditionalism

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