The article is devoted to the emergence of the entrepreneurial law in the RSFSR and the «revival» of entrepreneurial activity in Russia and the Urals during the period of the new economic policy in 1921-1929. The Soviet state completely refused the legislation of the Russian Empire in the field of regulation of entrepreneurial activity, therefore new law was formed. It was based on the administrative-legal (public) regulation of entrepreneurial activity, while civil (private) law played only an auxiliary role. The author considers the key policies introduced by the Russian government. These include the establishment of the cost accounting principle at a state enterprise, the permission of private entrepreneurship and the lease of state enterprises, etc. The paper pays particular attention to studying such policy as attracting foreign capital, equipment and technologies for the creation of industrial concessions. For instance, the description of the concession of A. Hammer, which developed asbestos mines in the Urals, is given. The author emphasizes that despite the high profitability of such enterprises, their share in the total volume of production in the country was small.
|Título traducido de la contribución||FROM THE HISTORY OF THE ENTREPRENEURIAL LAW DEVELOPMENT IN RUSSIA AND THE URALS DURING THE NEP YEARS|
|Número de páginas||10|
|Publicación||Российское право: образование, практика, наука|
|Estado||Published - 2021|
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