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Volume 62, 201917th International Scientific Conference “Problems of Enterprise Development: Theory and Practice” 2018
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Socialization Processes in the Context of Modern Telecommunication Technologies|
|Published online||15 March 2019|
Evolution of Industrial Production and Economic Education in Russia
Samara State University of Economics, Samara, Russia
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The research considers evolution of industrial development and the educational policy of Russia of the first third of the 20th century. The authors investigate interrelation between processes of concentration of production, labor and professional education at the stage of the ending second technological "Large wave" (industrialization). The study purpose is to consider transformation of the system of higher business education as a social project of a new era – the era of mass production, mass labor and mass education. The research objectives are: to determine industrialization processes of production and society of Russia in 1890s-1930s, to define massification tools in the early Soviet epoch, to analyze experiments in the sphere of higher business education in Russia in 1918-1932. Research methodology consists of proceedings of Carlota Pérez and comparative historical analysis of industrial and educational changes. The main research results is justification of the “military-revolutionary” stage of industrialization in Russia, which was followed by social experiments in the sphere of higher business education that in the late twenties was replaced by “accelerated socialist” industrialization with mobilization planning and unidirectional specialized planned economic education.
Key words: higher business education / XX century / Russia / technological revolutions / conception of «Large waves» / massification
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