Michael Wolski Martynovich( Economist)
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Biography Michael Wolski Martynovich
(1834 - 1876), Professor of Novorossiysk University. He proposed to consider the sequence of conditions, the value and benefits of various methods of cultivation, occurring among all peoples in different epochs of their existence. He managed to write only two related to the subject of work: "slavish cultivation" ( "Notes of the Imperial University of Novorossiysk, t. III, 1869), especially where the author dwells on slave cultivation in the North American United States, and the Treatment of land peasant proprietors "(Moscow, 1865). Here Volsky is a fervent advocate of peasant proprietorship, . based, . one hand, . on the history and present state of the farm in various European countries, . on the other - on the importance of the peasantry to the state, . Culture and morality,
. In the theoretical part of his work Volsky devotes special attention to the examination of the arguments for and against the farm on its net income, the values of his political life, its role in the distribution of wealth, and t. d. In later work "The political economy" (Odessa, . 1872) Wolski conducts a very broad understanding of the tasks of political economy, . Believing it necessary to turn it into "a general science of man with his mental and moral personality, . proyalyayuscheysya, . mainly, . his business, . designed to meet the diverse needs of his physical and spiritual nature ",
. He wrote another study, "The significance of the Novorossiysk Territory in the history of the grain trade" (Odessa, 1854). M. N-ov.