History of Soviet economic thought
Soviet economic thought is a distinctive phenomenon of the intellectual history of the 20th century. At CeHistMet, we are trying to “translate” that experience into modern terms to make it comparable with the developments and main trends in economic reasoning both within and outside the Soviet bloc.
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- Ananyin O. I., Melnik D. V. “Commodity Sui Generis”: The Discourses of Soviet Political Economy of Socialism // History of Political Economy. 2019. Vol. 51. No. S1. P. 75-99.
- Melnik D. V., Ananyin O. I. Fighting Dogma, Rescuing Doctrine. Toward a History of Ownership Debates in Soviet Economic Literature, in: Populating No Man's Land. Economic Concepts of Ownership under Communism. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, 2018. P. 231-260.
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