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State and industry congresses business: problems of interaction during the First World War

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  • Bessolitsyn, Alexander

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This paper deals with the problem of attracting entrepreneurial organizations to assist the Government in mobilizing the economy during the First World War, which required the restructuring of traditional forms of economic management. It is shown that the unsettled relations between the government and the business community, the desire to solve without regard to its opinion on restructuring of the economic mechanism, inconsistent state in relation to the industry convention of entrepreneurs, expressed in the suspension of their work, especially in the initial period of the war, did not allow to realize the full potential of these representative organizations.

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  • Bessolitsyn, Alexander, 2014. "State and industry congresses business: problems of interaction during the First World War," Economic Policy, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, pages 33-41.
  • Handle: RePEc:rnp:ecopol:ep1443
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