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A Biobibliographical Dictionary Of Russian And Soviet Economists

Author : Robert Wellington Campbell
ISBN : 9780415519465
Genre : Business & Economics
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Despite the restrictions on their work and actions, the economists of the Soviet period produced a great deal of bold and important work. With the erosion of the old Stalinist controls, economists in the Soviet Union themselves became very interested in the history of their profession, not least in order to find authentic voices that might offer reinforcement or counterpoint to the policy analyses and recommendations with which policy makers in the transition countries are today being bombarded. This major new reference work pulls together many years of research in order to present a bio-bibliographic dictionary of Russian and Soviet economists, many of whom have previously had no coherent record compiled of their careers, achievements and wider significance. Through exploring this rich tradition of economic thought, we can go some way in understanding the role of economists in the functioning of the Soviet system, as well as bringing previously forgotten work to light, raising new questions, and providing a memorial to those who suffered as a result of the system. This hugely detailed and important new volume takes into account all the nuances of the story of Russian and Soviet economic thought, such as regional issues, the reform and transition to a market economy, and the economic output of non-economists. Featuring nearly 500 entries, and including a detailed contextual introduction, this landmark volume will be a vitally important reference work for all those with an interest in the history of economic thought, the history of economics and Russian and Soviet history more generally.
Category: Business & Economics

Biographical Dictionary Of Russian Soviet Composers

Author : Allan Benedict Ho
ISBN : UOM:39015016950688
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This reference work is certainly a valuable addition to the study of Russia and its music. . . . The dictionary is, of course, a must for academic and large public libraries or any library where research is done. "Reference Quarterly" This important new biographical dictionary is the most comprehensive single-volume work on Russian and Soviet composers published outside of the Soviet Union to date. Incorporating contributions by a distinguished group of performers, musicologists, and other scholars, including many specialists in Russian music, it provides detailed, up-to-date information on over 2,000 composers, the majority of whom are not represented in other English-language references. Entries vary from brief profiles of lesser-known figures to lengthy articles on major Russian and Soviet composers. Each of the longer essays summarizes current scholarship on the composer, offers new insights, and complements or corrects coverage available in standard music references. Commentary on musical style is presented in most entries, and musical influences are clarified through careful documentation of teacher-student relationships. The biographical section is followed by a selective list of compositions arranged according to media and genre. The accompanying bibliography lists works consulted as well as sources of additional information on the individual composer, and an international discography documents the breadth of the repertory committed to phonodisc, tape, and compact disc. Thorough cross-referencing facilitates the location of materials. Reflecting meticulous research and including first-hand information supplied by living Soviet composers, this work makes a significant contribution to music scholarship. This book is recommended for library reference shelves and courses in Russian music.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Who S Who In Russia Today

Author : Ulrich-Joachim Schulz-Torge
ISBN : STANFORD:36105004385345
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In the wake of the 1991 coup, the fifteen former Soviet republics have changed their borders along with their leadership. While many Communist authorities were replaced, some have assumed new roles under more democratic banners of other parties. Leaders of "shadow" institutions, once outlawed, have emerged to play key roles in their new governments, or in society at large. WHO'S WHO IN RUSSIA TODAY provides up-to-date research on the 2,100 personalities who are deciding the future of Russia--its political & economic restructuring & social & cultural changes. Biographees are active in the political arena (both state & federal levels) as well as the media, religion, science & technology, & academia in all fifteen republics: Russia, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan Republic, Georgia, Moldova, Estonia, Latvia, & Lithuania. Documenting figures who assumed office as recently as August 1993, WHO'S WHO IN RUSSIA TODAY is a "must-have" directory for journalists, political leaders, diplomats, & teachers tracking the new leadership of the former Soviet Empire.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Historical Dictionary Of Turkmenistan

Author : Rafis Abazov
ISBN : 0810853620
Genre : History
File Size : 42.3 MB
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Historical Dictionary of Turkmenistan, the first comprehensive reference book in English, provides a concise overview of the historical development of Turkmenistan. The introduction and chronology outline Turkmen history, with a focus on the 20th century; political and economic development; ethnic policies; and nation building. The dictionary consists of approximately 300 entries and is cross-referenced for easy use by international consultants, NGO activists, policymakers, scholars, and students. The substantial bibliography helps readers find materials and resources in specialized subject areas.
Category: History

Biographical Dictionary Of Central And Eastern Europe In The Twentieth Century

Author : Wojciech Roszkowski
ISBN : 9781317475934
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 53.66 MB
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Drawing on newly accessible archives as well as memoirs and other sources, this biographical dictionary documents the lives of some two thousand notable figures in twentieth-century Central and Eastern Europe. A unique compendium of information that is not currently available in any other single resource, the dictionary provides concise profiles of the region's most important historical and cultural actors, from Ivo Andric to King Zog. Coverage includes Albania, Belarus, the Czech and Slovak Republics, Hungary, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania and Moldova, Ukraine, and the countries that made up Yugoslavia.
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Author : Patt Leonard
ISBN : 156324750X
Genre : History
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This bibliography, first published in 1957, provides citations to North American academic literature on Europe, Central Europe, the Balkans, the Baltic States and the former Soviet Union. Organised by discipline, it covers the arts, humanities, social sciences, life sciences and technology.
Category: History

Who S Who In Economics

Author : Mark Blaug
ISBN : STANFORD:36105022617661
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Author : Robert Conquest
ISBN : 1842124390
Genre : Soviet Union
File Size : 22.60 MB
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Robert Conquest is the foremost authority on the Stalinist period of Soviet history. The culmination of a lifetime's work, this book is a masterly portrait of a man who 'perhaps more than any other determined the course of the twentieth century'. Conquest focuses on Stalin's terrifying character, perhaps the closest to a monster that humankind has ever produced. Stalin emerges as a man 'unnatural' and 'unreal', who gave his personal authority to the slaughter of millions, but whose vanity demanded their adulation. Most surprisingly, Conquest demonstrates that Stalin's astounding power was not the reward of ability; it was the creation of a man whose mind was 'of profound mediocrity, melded with superhuman willpower'.'There is no one better qualified to write Stalin's life than Robert Conquest, who in his many books about the Stalinist era has told the story with such intimacy, expertise and passion...Conquest tells the tale with an informed hatred for his subject, and a fine sense of irony which makes this book indispensable reading' A.N. Wilson, Evening Standard
Category: Soviet Union