The monograph about welfare of Russian people in 1701–1915th


Bocharova Z.S.

The monograph about welfare of Russian people in 1701–1915th


B.N. Mironov’s monograph «The standard of living and revolutions in imperial Russia: The 18th – early 20th centuries» represents the world’s first study of historical anthropometrics in Russia. Its principal goal is to assess the wellbeing of Russians as this developed during the imperial period. The received results give strong reasons for revision of the views about wellbeing, internal policy and efficiency of the Russian reforms.


Historical anthropometrics, biology status of person, Russia in the 18th–early 20th centuries, a standard of living, the Russian revolutions of early 20th century

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Bocharova Zoya Sergeevna - professor of the Institute for Retraining and Further Training of Teachers of Humanities and Social Sciences of the M.V. Lomonosov’s Moscow State University, PhD in history, Moscow; 8-916-019-99-73; This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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