Implementation of the principles of cameralism in the Russian system of government during the Peter the Great reforms of the first quarter of the XVIII century
Sychev Vladislav Vitalyevich
Faculty of Public Administration
Russia, Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov
In this article, the author focuses on the study of the practical implementation of European ideas of cameralism in Russia during the reign of Peter the Great. This study examines the key provisions of cameralism, common in the German principalities at the turn of the XVII-XVIII centuries, and compares them with the "original ideological cameralism" of the Russian thinker I.T. Pososhkov. Based on the results of the analysis of the collegial and judicial reforms of Peter the Great, the author concludes about the distinctive features of embedding European ideas of cameralism in the Russian management system of the 1st quarter of the XVIII century.
Cameralism, mercantilism, the system of bureaucratic management, collegial reform, judicial reform, "Peter's cameralism".
The work was performed within the framework of the event MMT-2020-02: I International competition of scientific articles for young researchers "Modern Management Technology - 2020" (Science and education on-line)
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