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The Evolution of the theoretical concepts of liberal economical school in the works of Byron, Pushkin and Eminescu

Author: Ustian Ivan
Degree:doctor habilitat of economics
Speciality: 08.00.01 - Political Economy; Economic Doctrines
Institution: Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova
Scientific council: DH 32-08.00.01-27.03.08
Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova


The thesis was presented on the 23 November, 2009
Approved by NCAA on the 11 February, 2010


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the political economy, classical economical liberalism, evolution, the economical concepts, “the economical efficiency”, “the social justice”, “the economical man”, the economical triads, economical, social and personal freedom, the private owner, the free concurrence, the humanistical principle, the liberal legislation


The structure of the thesis is shown in the scientifical essay composed on the basis of published works: 4 monographers, 3 booklets and 54 articles with full volume of 167 printed pages – around 3 thousand pages. The scientifical essay is composed from annotation, 7 conceptual points of research, the volume and the structure of the essay, clues words, 8 chapters of the contents research, conclusions, recommendations and content.

The areas of the research: the area of the research consists from the theoretical and practical aspects of evolution of the theoretical concepts of the classical economical school of liberalism, shown in the creation of Byron, Pushkin and Eminescu

The problems of research consists from the systemic, complex and numerous analysis of consolidation of the economical visions of Byron, Pushkin and Eminescu, appeared on the basis of the concepts of classical economical liberalism.

The main aim of the essay is the deep, systemical and many-sided research of the evolutional phenomenon of the fundamental theoretical concepts of classical economical liberalism of A.Smith on the basis of systemic analysis of the economical ideas of Byron, Pushkin and Eminescu in corresponding with the problems of research and drawning up on their basis the theoretical conclusions and practical recommendations.

The methodology of the scientifical research includes: the principle of systemical, complex analysis of research, the method of systemical, complex, monografical, historical, logical analysis and syntheses similar the principle of institutional-analytical approach. The scientifical novelty and originality consists in following: the theoretical approach to evolution of the concepts of the classical school of economical liberalism from the principle “economical efficiency” to socio-humanistical principle “the social justice” of the creation of Byron, Pushkin and Eminescu; the analysis and systematization of economical-institutional triads; the argumentation of the educated role of the works of Byron, Pushkin and Eminescu in the context of the ideas of the school classical economical liberalism; the comparative analysis of the category of Smith “the economical man” like partially worker of the division of the work and the category “socio-economical man” of Byron, Pushkin and Eminescu; the creation of the new series of scientifical research under the titles – “the writers-economists of the world”; the using of the socio-economical ideas of Byron, Pushkin and Eminescu for the education of students.

The theoretical importance and the installation of the researched results come from evolution of the theoretical concepts of the classical economical school of liberalism from the rigidity of the principle “economical efficiency” of Smith with the slogan “the man for the economics” to socio-humanistical principle of “social justice” of Byron, Pushkin and Eminescu with the slogan “The economics for the man.

The results of the research – the conclusions and the recommendations partly, have been used already by the author in the process of the education of the students of Moldavian Economical Academy and Slovenian University on the discipline “The history of economical science” and “The introduction in the economical theory”.