The conventions of land owners of Kazan Province as a form of state-public partnership
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Reference: Mustafina, Gulshat Mudarisovna, Anton Vladimirovich Yermoshin, and Dilyara Ramilevna Farkhutdinova. "The conventions of land owners of Kazan Province as a form of state-public partnership". Eurasian Journal of Biosciences 2019 13 no. 2 (2019): 1447-1451.

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Abstract

The article considers such a form of State-public partnership as the Conventions of Land Owners (using two Conventions as an example in Kazan Province in 1882 and 1893). The authors proceed from the fact that in the Russian realities of post-reform period, large-scale measures to overcome the stagnation in the economic development of the country and, above all, the intensification of agriculture were possible only with the support of the state authorities. Involvement in government projects of various sectors of society was carried out through the Zemstvo organizations that arose during the Great Reforms, as well as through Economic Associations. It was the Kazan Economic Association that the two Conventions of Land Owners were held, which examined a wide range of urgent measures in the field of agriculture and agricultural education.
The authors conclude that these events reflect the level of interaction of power and public structures, not without a certain inertia and shortcomings in the organization of work and the practical application of the decisions made.
The materials of the article can be claimed in the study of domestic politics, the history of state-public relations and social institutions, the regional history of the Russian province, in particular, the history of Tatarstan.

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