GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS OF INDUSTRY IN NEP RUSSIA DURING THE PERIOD 1921-1923 AND HOW IT WORKED IN PRACTICE WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO SIBERIA
Baksheev, A. I.
Panasenko, G. V.
Aisner, L. Yu.
Bershadskaya, S. V.
Musat, R. P.
Rakhinsky, D. V.
Кафедра теории и методики социальной работы
Кафедра иностранного права и сравнительного правоведения
Journal Quartile in Scopus:Q3
Bibliographic Citation:Baksheev, A. I. GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS OF INDUSTRY IN NEP RUSSIA DURING THE PERIOD 1921-1923 AND HOW IT WORKED IN PRACTICE WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO SIBERIA [Текст] / A. I. Baksheev, G. V. Panasenko, L. Yu. Aisner, S. V. Bershadskaya, R. P. Musat, D. V. Rakhinsky // Opcion: scopus. — 2018. — Т. 34 (№ 85). — С. 854-867
ASTRACT. The overall aim of this research is to investigate a regulated state mechanism established in economic relations between the Soviet state and industry during the period of New Economic Policy (NEP) in Russia in 1921- 23. Within this paper, the characteristics of the processes of denationalization, leasing of enterprises, organization of trusts and syndicates, search for the new forms of organization and management of industrial production are presented. The research focuses attention on laws and regulations in industrial area. Historical evidence suggest that co-existence of various property forms and lease relations during the NEP period could not lead to the fully operational industrial enterprises, including large ones, since full-fledged market environment is necessary for market to function successfully.