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Author: Mau Vladimir

Mau Vladimir

is an economist, political fi gure, doctor of economics, professor. Rector of the Russian presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, member of the Council of Economic Advisers to the President of the Russian Federation. He has published more than 20 books and over 600 articles in Russian and a number of European countries. He is editor- in-chief of the journal «Ekonomicheskaya politika» («Economic Policy»). E-mail: rector@ane.ru.

Publications

The Disruption of Continuity / Logos. 2017. № 7 (0). P. 27-42
annotation:  The paper describes in a comparative perspective the dynamics and main phases of revolution from the point of view of economics. It analyses the dynamics of the revolutionary pro¬cesses as well as the economic policy, which revolutionary gov¬ernments are to proceed: inflationary financing, redistribution of property, monetary issue etc. The author argues that revolu¬tions cause the expansion of transaction costs and the economic slowdown as a result. He demonstrates that the Russian trans¬formation of the late 1980s — early 1990s generally actuates the same economic policy mechanisms as during the great revolu¬tions of the past. However there is a specificity in it — this was the first full-scale revolution to take place under the circum¬stances of the crisis of in- dustrialism and the transfer to post-industrial society.
Keywords:  revolutionary politics; post-communist transformation; replacement of elites; property; default; inflationary politics
A Break in Continuity / Logos. 2012. № 4 (88). P. 172-188
annotation:  The paper describes in a comparative perspective the dynamics and main phases of revolution from the point of view of economics. It analyses the dynamics of the revolutionary processes as well as the economic policy, which revolutionary governments are to proceed: inflationary financing, redistribution of property, monetary issue etc. The author argues that revolutions cause the expansion of transaction costs and the economic slowdown as a result. He demonstrates that the Russian transformation of the late 1980s — early 1990s generally actuates the same economic policy mechanisms as during the great revolutions of the past. However there is a specificity in it — this was the first full-scale revolution to take place under the circumstances of the crisis of industrialism and the transfer to post-industrial society.
Keywords:  revolutionary politics, post-communist transformation, replacement of elites, property, default, inflationary politics

Mau Vladimir

Professor, Rector, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration. Address: 82 Vernadskogo Blvd, 119571 Moscow, Russia. E-mail: rector@ane.ru.

Publications

The Disruption of Continuity / Logos. 2017. № 7 (0). P. 27-42
annotation:  The paper describes in a comparative perspective the dynamics and main phases of revolution from the point of view of economics. It analyses the dynamics of the revolutionary pro¬cesses as well as the economic policy, which revolutionary gov¬ernments are to proceed: inflationary financing, redistribution of property, monetary issue etc. The author argues that revolu¬tions cause the expansion of transaction costs and the economic slowdown as a result. He demonstrates that the Russian trans¬formation of the late 1980s — early 1990s generally actuates the same economic policy mechanisms as during the great revolu¬tions of the past. However there is a specificity in it — this was the first full-scale revolution to take place under the circum¬stances of the crisis of in- dustrialism and the transfer to post-industrial society.
Keywords:  revolutionary politics; post-communist transformation; replacement of elites; property; default; inflationary politics
A Break in Continuity / Logos. 2012. № 4 (88). P. 172-188
annotation:  The paper describes in a comparative perspective the dynamics and main phases of revolution from the point of view of economics. It analyses the dynamics of the revolutionary processes as well as the economic policy, which revolutionary governments are to proceed: inflationary financing, redistribution of property, monetary issue etc. The author argues that revolutions cause the expansion of transaction costs and the economic slowdown as a result. He demonstrates that the Russian transformation of the late 1980s — early 1990s generally actuates the same economic policy mechanisms as during the great revolutions of the past. However there is a specificity in it — this was the first full-scale revolution to take place under the circumstances of the crisis of industrialism and the transfer to post-industrial society.
Keywords:  revolutionary politics, post-communist transformation, replacement of elites, property, default, inflationary politics
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