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On the System Economics Basis Formation

#7. Foresight Boom
On the System Economics Basis Formation

Authors propose a new idea of the economic theory construction as a more systematic and reasonable. The authors divide the economics into five levels: nanoeconomics, microeconomics, mezoeconomics, macroeconomics and megaeconomics. Nanoeconomics is considered as economics of intellectual capital, intellectual property and innovations. Nanoeconomics is the systemic basis for all other economics, ensuing from it by meaning and substance. In the article there is noted the increasing significance of legal factor in modern economic theory and practice and, in particular, the IP law importance.

A.I. Chuprov — Formation of the Russian Tree of Economic Sciences

#7. Foresight Boom
A.I. Chuprov — Formation of the Russian Tree of Economic Sciences

Rector of the Moscow University, Academician V.A. Sadovnichy signed an order to conduct on December 14, 2017 the interdisciplinary conference “A.I. Chuprov — the great son of Russia” in order to actualize his educational and scientific heritage, dedicated to the 175th anniversary of the birth of an outstanding Russian economist, graduate of the Moscow State University, in 1874–1899 head of the department of political economy and statistics. The aim of the article is to reveal the role of Chuprov in forming the Russian tree of economic sciences, to show the role of the great scientist with a world name in creating a system of economic knowledge and uniting scientists in the field of social science, all the surrounding sciences that make up ideology of the country.

Market Civilization: Where are Its Roots?

#6. The Charm of Unattainable Peaks
Market Civilization: Where are Its Roots?

Reviewed fundamental research “Pre-capitalist economies” by N.V. Sychev, published by the Institute for Economic Strategies together with the Russian Biographical Institute in 2017, is dedicated to the key problems of the first section of political economy — pre-capitalist modes of production.