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The role of the Ministry of Finance of Tsarist Russia in the creation of professional periodicals in the interests of domestic entrepreneurs

Nadekhina Yuliya Petrovna

ORCID: 0000-0002-3059-2620

PhD in History

Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Psychology of Management and History, Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education "State University of Management"

109542, Russia, g. Moscow, ul. Ryazanskii Prospekt, 99s4

n@dn90.ru
Kostrikova Kristina Evgen'evna

Postgraduate Student, Department of Sociology, Psychology of Management and History, State University of Management

109542, Russia, g. Moscow, ul. Ryazanskii Prospekt, 99s4

cristina.firsova@yandex.ru
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DOI:

10.25136/2409-868X.2022.3.37683

Review date:

14-03-2022


Publish date:

02-04-2022


Abstract: The Ministry of Finance of tsarist Russia, after its formation in 1802, played an important role in the life of the country, was one of the most influential in the government. The authors show that the needs of Russia's economic development have pushed the information aspect to one of the leading places in the activities of the government of tsarist Russia. Based on the study of historiographical materials of the Soviet and post–Soviet periods, as well as with the involvement of pre-revolutionary materials, the article examines the active role of the Ministry of Finance of tsarist Russia at the turn of the XIX - XX centuries, which contributed to the development of professional periodicals in the field of trade, industry and finance, which played a certain role in the formation of the domestic entrepreneurial class and reflected the development of capitalism in our country. The Ministry of Finance provided the domestic business community and the interested public with high-quality periodicals covering commercial and industrial activities in the country and abroad. One of such publications is the "Trade and Industrial Newspaper". The article examines the prerequisites for the emergence and stages of formation of one of the popular publications of pre–revolutionary Russia - a Trade and industrial newspaper, which not only fulfilled its main mission by providing information of a commercial and financial nature, but also gradually turned into an authoritative socio-political publication. This publication is the most important source for the study of various aspects of the financial, economic and socio-political life of the Russian Empire during this period.


Keywords: publishing, newspapers, press, Commercial and Industrial Newspaper, Ministry of Finance of Russia, formation of the Russian bourgeoisie, the development of capitalism, historical sources, commercial and industrial world, periodical printing
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