The peer-reviewed work “Eurasian Energy Civilization. To the Question of the “Energy of the Future””, prepared by a team of authors headed by Director General of the Institute of Energy Strategy, Professor V.V. Bushuyev, reflects the civilizational essence of the changes taking place today, based on power engineering as a system of civilization’s vital activity.
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.
Each person has his own plans, ideas, dreams. In order to achieve the results desired it is necessary to move systematically, step by step to solution of the set tasks. Possessing technologies for transforming ideas into clearly defined goals and their implementation will help anybody on the difficult way of increasing personal effectiveness. The book by T.M. Kudeshova and S.G. Kudeshova “Effective weekdays. A “low start” to high achievements” will allow to study gradually the whole set of secrets necessary for realizing personal plans, regardless of the sphere of life: family, career, sport, travelling, creativity, education — the book will suit for each of them.
The monograph under review identifies and analizes the causes of the most complicated transformational changes taking place in world politics since the end of the 20th century, as well it is dedicated to theoretical comprehension of globalization challenges, which have seriously modified the principles of the world order laid down in the second half of the last century.
The following lecture of the series on the role of State in the economy deals with Concepts of the founders of Marxism and their adepts in the post-October 1917-period on the State’s role in the economy. I identify this vector of economic thought in a separate section due to significant influence that Marxism and Leninism ideas had impinged on the Economics and Politics in our country. The Marxist views analysis of the State’s attitude towards entrepreneurship is needed to identify the roots of the events that occurred in the twentieth century, in order to avoid their repetition in the XXI century.