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Финансовая политика Русского государства в 1584–1590 гг.

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This article examines fiscal management policies of the Muscovite state following the death of Ivan the Terrible. The author focuses on the adjustments to the system of immunities made during the period 1584–1590. They were intended to ensure the functioning of a society falling into crisis by regulating the system of commodity exchange and tax exemptions.

Affiliations: 1: Ural Federal University, Ekaterinburg, Russia arakk@rambler.ru

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2018-09-25

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