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PROBLEMS OF MODERN ECONOMICS, N 3 (31), 2009
FROM THE HISTORY OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC THOUGHT AND NATIONAL ECONOMY
Rubanik V. E.
Senior research fellow, Department of Theory and History of Law, State, and Legal Power,
Russian Academy of Law (Moscow)
PhD (Jurisprudence)


Property relations in the works of pre-revolutionary Russian economists as the first approaches to the concept of Eurasian economic community (continuation)
The article analyzes the concept of “relation of property” in the works of Russian pre-revolutionary economists which are seen as the first approaches to the idea of Eurasian Economic Community. Largely and undeservedly forgotten works by I.K. Babst, I.V. Vernadsky, V.P. Vorontsov, A. Gaksthausen, N.I. Ziber, I.I. Ivanjukov, A.A. Isaev, N.A. Kablukov, E.F. Kankrin, I.I. Kaufman, V.I. Orlov, G.V. Plekhanov, A.S. Posnikov, V.V. Flerovsky, L.V. Khodskoy, N.G. Chernyshevsky, A.K. Storkh, S.N. Yuzhakov, Yu.E. Yanson and other outstanding representatives of representatives of Russian pre-revolutionary economic scholarship became the solid foundation upon which for research of the property relation in economic scholarship. The stresses the “Eurasian” character of the Russian tradition in this sphere
Key words: history of economic thought, property, property right, social relation of property, Eurasianism, scholars-economist

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