Boris Brutskus

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Boris (Ber) Davydovich Brutskus, Russian: Борис (Бер) Давыдович Бруцкус, Latvian: Boriss Bruckus, Hebrew: בוריס (בר/דּוֹב) בֶּן־דָּוִד ברוצקוס‎‎, German: Boris Brutzkus (October 15/October 3) (Russian information), 1874, Polangen/Palanga, district (Courland Governorate, Russia - December 6/December 7 (same with birthdate), 1938, Jerusalem/Berlin) was a Russian economist.

An English translation Economic Planning in Soviet Russia was published with an introduction by Friedrich Hayek in 1935.

He was forced to exile by bolshevik government in 1922.[1]

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  • Экономия сельского хозяйства, народно-хозяйственные основа, 1924
  • Die Lehre des Marxismus im Lichte der russischen Revolution, 1928

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