Industry of the Region in 1941- 1945: Problems of the Reorientation to “A War Footing”

Almaz Rafisovich Gapsalamov

Abstract


Investigation of the problems connected with functioning of the regional systems and development of their operating overhead are becoming of current importance. This is due to the crisis processes that occur in the country and the world in recent decades. The used methods of meeting them are not effective. It is necessary to create new ways of maintaining high economic growth and this explains an increasing interest on issues related to the searching for "growth points" of the modern economy. And the key aspect that determines the gradual process of development of any country, from our point of view, is realization of organizational changes.References to such kinds of issues made by historians are not accidental. The problems connected with the origin and evolution of the economic authorities (public institutions) in a particular historical situation, their organizational structure and activities are under study. In general, the historical experience of the previous reforms nowadays should be an effective basis for the following organizational changes. In this respect, the problems of the development of the industrial management system in the individual regions of the USSR during the Second World War (for Russia - the Great Patriotic War), as the experience of successful reform of the economy during the system crises tend to be interesting for investigation. In a short period of time an agrarian republic transformed into a predominantly industrial region contributing to its further powerful rise.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n3p189


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