Foreign historiography of the history of the market (80—90s of the XXth century)

  • P. N. Martsynovsky
Keywords: history of the market, market, historiography

Abstract

The article is devoted to analysis of foreign historiography of the history of the market of 80—90s of the XXth century. The thematic direction of works, their characteristics and peculiarities are defined, the general trends of market researches are marked.

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2021-11-23
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Martsynovsky , P. N. (2021). Foreign historiography of the history of the market (80—90s of the XXth century). Zaporizhzhia Historical Review, 1(37), 292-297. Retrieved from https://istznu.org/index.php/journal/article/view/2226