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BRICS Law Journal; Vol 4, No 4 (2017); 6-38
Юридический журнал БРИКС; Vol 4, No 4 (2017); 6-38
Authors: NELLI DIVEEVA ; St. Petersburg University
EVGENIY KHOKHLOV ; St. Petersburg University
MARINA FILIPPOVA ; St. Petersburg University
Keywords: Socialist revolution;mechanism of the legal regulation of labor;application of labor;history of Russian labor law;history of the Russian economy;Soviet experience of labor management
Issue Date: 12-Dec-2017
Publisher: Publishing House V.Ема
Description: The revolution that took place in Russia on 25 October (or, according to the new style, on 7  November) 1917 is believed to have been the most important political event of the 20th century  and to have had a great influence on all aspects of life both within the country and worldwide. This  article discusses the extent to which the Russian socialist revolution affected the relatively narrow,  although extremely important, area of the mechanism for the legal regulation of labor. For this  purpose, the authors compared the concept of socialism and the practice of its implementation in  Russia with the practice of the legal regulation of labor in the countries that did not experience a  socialist revolution and therefore were considered by socialists as “bourgeois” countries. At the  same time, the authors challenged the view of the majority of Russian researchers of the Soviet period, including the researchers of the history of the legal regulation of labor, that Soviet  economic history was a process of linear progressive development (when applied to the sphere of  labor). The article shows and analyzes the dissimilarity in the qualitative characteristics of the  history of the economy and the history of the legal regulation of labor in Soviet Russia. On this  basis, the conclusions are drawn as to the influence of the Soviet experience on other countries in the sphere of the legal regulation of social labor and the relevance of this experience for the current times.
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DOI: 10.21684/2412-2343-2017-4-4-6-38
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