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  • Economics and Statistics of Karelia. Petrozavodsk, 1925-1928.

    Edition of the Planning Commission and the Statistical Directorate of the Karelian Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic. It was published in 1925-1928 in Petrozavodsk. The publication frequency was not regular. It was also edited in the Karelian language. Since 1929 it was entitled "Soviet Karelia". Editorial Board: E. A. Gulling, B. A. Potapov, V. I. Krylov, and others. The magazine featured materials of local history (including the Society for the Study of Karelia) and statistical materials. The texts were printed in parallel in Russian and Finnish.

    Presented issues: 1925-1928.

  • Epoch. St. Petersburg, 1864-1865

    The literary and political magazine was published in St. Petersburg in 1864-1865. Until 1864 it was entitled Time. Publisher and editor - Mikhail Dostoevsky, from No. 6 - Mikhail Dostoevsky's family. The official editor - A. Potetskiy. In fact, after Mikhail Dostoevsky's death, the publication was continued by Fyodor Dostoevsky. Publishing frequency: monthly. The magazine continued the ideas of the Vremya (Time) publication, being the organ of "pochvenniki" (members of late XIX-century movement close to the ideology of Slavophilia) and conducted polemics with the magazines Sovremennik and Russkoe Slovo. The magazine published Fyodor Dostoevsky's Notes from Underground (1864, No. 1-2, 4) and Crocodile (under the title An Unusual Event or Incident in a Passage, 1865, No. 2); It also involved the following authors: D. Averkiev, A. A. Grigoriev, V. Krestovsky, N. S. Leskov (Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District, 1865, No. 1), A. N. Maikov, A. N. Pleshcheyev, Ya. P. Polonsky, K. M. Stanyukovich, N. N. Strakhov, I. S. Turgenev (Ghosts, 1864, No. 1-2) and others.

    Presented issues: 1864-1865

  • Ethics of Success. - Tyumen; Moscow, 1994-.

    Bulletin of researchers, consultants and decision-makers. It has been published since 1994 in Tyumen and Moscow under the auspices of the Applied Ethics Center of the Tyumen Scientific Center of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the "Ugra" Financial and Investment Corporation. Editors: V. I. Bakshtanovsky, V. A. Churilov, Y. V. Soghomonov. The publication frequency is not regular. Each issue highlights such problems as the Russian model of success, the presidency and parliamentarism in Russia, the importance of corporations, the evolution of the electorate, the new generation. Among the magazine's authors are philosophers, sociologists, political scientists (Y. A. Levada, B. A. Grushin, B. Kapustin, A. Fadin, A. Y. Sogomonov, A. Akhiezer, V. A. Churilov, A. Salmin, I. M. Klyamkin, G. Burbulis, V. Kagansky, A. Asmolov, etc.). Issue. 5 (1995) includes the table of contents for 1994-1995 (issue 1-4).

    Presented issues: 1996.