Description - The Works of Nikolai D. Kondratiev by Warren J. Samuels
Nikolai Dmitrievich Kondratiev (1892-1938) was a leading Soviet economicst and is known for his identification of the long wave of economic activity. In the Soviet Union Kondratiev established his reputation with his studies of the domestic and world economies. This four-volume edition contains a large selection of his work in translation. Kondratiev produced works on aspects of long waves, questions of methodology, economic dynamics, economic policy, and both the history of economic thought and economic history. Between 1920-28 Kondratiev was director of Moscow Business Conditions Institute, which he also founded. He was an author of the first five-year plan for agriculture in 1923-4 and an active participant in discussions on many issues. In 1928 he was removed from his post at the Institute and imprisoned and most of his ideas and practical proposals were rejected as "wrong and reactionary". He and his work have been rehabilitated since the end of the Soviet regime.
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Author Biography - Warren J. Samuels
Editorial board Natalie Makasheva is at the Russian Academy of Sciences Warren J Samuels is at Michigan State University. His publications include Economic Thought and Discourse in the Twentieth Century (1993) with Biddle and Patchak-Schuster Vincent Barnett is at the Centre for Russian and East European Studies, University of Birmingham. He is the author of Kondratiev and the Dynamics of Economic Development Jan Reijnders is at the University of Utrecht Solomos Solomou is at the University of Cambridge Andrew Tylecote is at Sheffield University