Aleksandr Finn-Enotaevsky

Aleksandr Yule'vich Finn-Enotaevsky (1872, Kaunas – 1943) was a Soviet economist.

Finn-Enotaevsky was an active Bolshevik until 1915 when he decided to focus his attention on his career as an academic economist, becoming a professor in the subject. He was on friendly terms with Vladimir Groman and Nikolai Kondratiev.

He was one of the defendants at the 1931 Menshevik Trial. He received a sentence for ten years.[1][2]

He died in Karagandy Province and was rehabilitated in 1991.[3]

Publications [ edit ]

  • The current economy of Russia (1890 - 1910 years) St Petersburg: Semenova, (1911)
  • Present Situation of the World Economy, (1920)
  • Новые идеи в экономике (New ideas in economics), (1925)
  • Finansovy kapital i proizvoditelny, (1926)

References [ edit ]

  1. ^ Naum Jasny, Soviet economists of the twenties (Soviet Economists of the Twenties ed.), Cambridge, Eng, ISBN 0521083028, OCLC 279124, 0521083028
  2. ^ "MOSCOW TRIAL ENDS". Aberdeen Journal. British Newspaper Archive. 10 March 1931. Retrieved 16 May 2015.
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