|PROBLEMS OF MODERN ECONOMICS, N 3 (63), 2017|
|FROM THE HISTORY OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC THOUGHT AND NATIONAL ECONOMY|
|Blagikh Ivan A.|
Professor, Chair of the History of Economics and Economic Thought, St.Petersburg State University, PhD (Economics)
Titov V. O.
Assistant, Chair of Credit Theory and Financial Management, Department of Economics, St. Petersburg State University, PhD (Economics)
Yakovlev A. A.
PhD student, Chair of the History of Economics and Economic Thought, Department of Economics, St. Petersburg State University
|The article discusses the major benchmarks of economic politics in post-reform Russian Empire (1861–1917) with particular stress on its subjective factor that produced the major impact upon this politics in the short run. The authors also emphasize the role of the long-term economic politics and the national interests it was pursuing. The article distinguishes the major failures of Russian economic politics that resulted in the creation of “revolutionary situation” in the country in 1905–1917|
|Key words: economic politics, tools of the economic politics, February revolution (1917), October revolution (1917), S. Yu. Witte|
| Pages: 230 - 234|