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Record #172844:

Освоение рудных месторождении Урала и Сибири в XVII веке: у истоков российской промышленной политики

Title: Освоение рудных месторождении Урала и Сибири в XVII веке: у истоков российской промышленной политики
Title, transliterated: Osvoenie rudnykh mestorozhdenii Urala i Sibiri v XVII veke: u istokov rossiĭskoĭ promyshlennoĭ politiki / E.A. Kurlaev, I.L. Manʹkova.
Translated title: Development of the Ural and Siberian ore fields in the 17th century: at the origins of Russian industrial policy.
Author(s): Kurlaev, E. A.
Manʹkova, I. L.
Date: 2005.
Publisher: Moskva: Drevlekhranilishche
Language: Russian.
Abstract: Examines role played by state in early days of Russian industry taking 17th century Urals and Siberian metallurgical industry as example. Focuses on history of prospecting for and mining of ferrous, non-ferrous and precious metal deposits during period of Russia's colonisation of Siberia and Far East. Describes constant changes in land acquisition, social and economic conditions and communication of information which forced state to adapt rapidly. Explores how these experiences informed subsequent industrial policy over several centuries.
Keywords: 622 -- Mining.
553 -- Economic geology.
553.042 -- Mineral resources.
93 -- History.
93"16" -- Seventeenth century.
V -- History.
(*501) -- Russia (Federation).
Location(s): SCO: SPRI-SHF: (*50) : 93[2005]
ISBN: 5936460819
SPRI record no.: 172844

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