The Economic Nature of Remuneration for Inventions and Rationalization Suggest ions
V. I. Lenin attached great importance to material incentives for stimulating the creative activity of inventors and rationalizers. He urged that no means should be spared to reorganize the national economy according to the latest technology, that inventors' efforts should be highly esteemed, that allocations should be made for materially rewarding them. In a letter to the Presidium of the Supreme Economic Council on October 16, 1922 he requested that the Order of the Red Banner of Labor and a substantial sum of money be awarded to a group of engineers headed by I. M. Gubkin for conducting a comprehensive scientific study of combustible shale and sapropel.
Volume (Year): 3 (1960)
Issue (Month): 8 (December)
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