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From Periphery to Semi-Periphery. Naum Dolinski (1890-1968) in the History of Bulgarian Economic Thought

Pencho Penchev ()

An Annual Book of University of Economics - Varna, 2016, vol. 88, issue 1, 231-274

Abstract: In the study there is made a summary reconstruction of key elements of Prof.Dolinski’s scientific work. In this way there is highlighted his place in the history ofBulgarian economic thought. There are also revealed the details of the process ofBulgaria’s passing from the intellectual periphery into the semi-periphery with respect toeconomic research. The academic publications of Naum Dolinski are the ones to beprincipally credited for the gradual coming out of Bulgarian economic science of the stateof being in the periphery and that of imitation. On the other hand they illustrate the factthat during the period after the end of the First World War till the end of the Second World War it has at its disposal the human as well as the scientific potential to begin theprocess of exiting the intellectual periphery. Due to the political changes in the country in the mid-1940s this process is interrupted and remains unfinished.

Keywords: Naum Dolinski; scientific work; Periphery; Semi-Periphery (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: B31 N40 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2016
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