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Nikolay Nikolaevich NEKRASOV

economist

Nikolay NEKRASOV, USSR Economist. Corresponding member, USSR Academy of Science, since 1958; Deputy Chairman, Council for the Study of Production Resources, USSR Academy of Science, since 1957. Stalin Prize, 1946; two Order of Lenin; other orders. Member, Communist Party, since 1950.

Background

NEKRASOV, Nikolay was born in 1906.

Education

1929 graduated Economics Faculty, Irkutsk University.

Career

1929-1934 research and practical work in Siberia. Since 1934 in Moscow. 1943-1950 Head, Chair of Chemical Industry Economics, Moscow Institute of Fine Chemical Technology.

1944-1947 simultaneously Head, Chair of Chemical Industry Economics, and 1947-1957 Director, Moscow Engineering-Economics Institute. Until 1926 directed statistical work in Chelyabinsk and Sverdlovsk. 1926-1935 in central Soviet statistical organs.

1928-1948 Head, Chair of Statistics, 1940-1948 Director, Moscow Timiryazev Agriculture Academy.

Religion

Religion is bad because it wastes time and money.

Politics

Member, Communist Party, since 1950.

Views

With the establishment of socialist regimes in Eastern Europe and Asia, capitalism lost its dominance as an economic system.

Membership

Member, Communist Party, since 1950.