Russian Economic Development over Three Centuries: New Data and Inferences (Hardback)Masaaki Kuboniwa (editor), Yasushi Nakamura (editor), Kazuhiro Kumo (editor), Yoshisada Shida (editor)
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This book aims to provide a comprehensive statistical picture of the Russian economic development covering the Imperial, Soviet, and New Russian periods. The authors have reconstructed Russian socio-economic statistics from both published and archival materials. The book gives concise descriptions as well as new insights on the Russian economic development. Compiled such that estimations by the authors are kept to a minimum and extensive explanations and notes on the sources, the definitions, the statistical methodologies, the problems and inconsistencies of the original data, and the pitfalls of interpreting the time series are given makes this a standard reference book of the Russian economic history. It will be of value to economists, scholars of collectivist economics, and scholars of Russia and the Soviet experience.
Publisher: Springer Verlag, Singapore
Number of pages: 443
Weight: 744 g
Dimensions: 210 x 148 mm
Edition: 1st ed. 2019
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