Solidary Economy. Cooperative Modernization of Russia (1907-1914)
Lubkov Alexey Vladimirovich

Cooperative movement in Russia in the late 19th and early 20th century emerges as a unique socio-cultural phenomenon that had economic, cultural enlightenment and educational importance. It provides an original model of modernisation development, demonstrating, vividly and explicitly, the complexity and multidimensional nature of Russia’s modernisation process. Cooperation was of enormous educational importance, reforming Russian people’s way of life and cultivating spiritual values. Practical implications of inquiry into the role and experience of the Russian cooperation lie in opportunities offered for contemplation of Russia’s cultural self-identification issues, current economic objectives and public life, both at a regional level and countrywide.

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