Wilson, Ivan Ivanovich( Statistics)
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Biography Wilson, Ivan Ivanovich
Born in 1836, Mr.. At the end of the course at St. Petersburg University, joined the Central Statistical Committee of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, where he served until 1867, Mr.. Under his editorship was published lists of localities of several provinces and compiled monograph "Statistical information on fires in Russia" (1865). In 1861, Mr.. Wilson was sent, together with Bushenyi, in England and France, to explore ways of folk census then manufactured in these countries. Submitted their reports formed the basis for the development of the question on the census in Russia and for the production of the first experiments of one-day census in St. Petersburg and others. cities. In 1867, Mr.. Wilson was appointed head of the statistical work in the Ministry of State Property. He worked out details on the criminal statistics of the state peasants ( "Materials for Statistics of Russia", Issue VI, 1871) and statistics crops (1 issue of the Compendium of information on the Department of Agriculture and Rural Industry, 1879). He also composed the major work: "The explanation for the economic and statistical atlas of European Russia", released in several editions. In the early seventies, Wilson was appointed to develop materials in the Commission's knowledge Count Valuev for the Study of Agriculture in Russia. Wilson owned more: a study of "redemption payments for the land of peasant proprietors, former landlord" (V t. Memoirs Dep. Geographic Society), "Statistical Survey Russian state budget for the decade 1875 - 1884" (the official publication, 1886) and articles in various professional journals. Wilson has repeatedly took part in the work of the International Statistical Congress as an official delegate of Russia and the Secretary General, was secretary of the Geographical Society from 1873 to 1876, Mr.. and chairman of department of statistics of the society from 1876 to 1888. From 1882 to 1892. served as State Secretary in the state office of the Department of State Economy, and in 1892. appointed Senator. V. C-H.