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Institutional Policy and the Problem of Food Supply in Leningrad, 1929-1937

Student: Viktor Syropiatov

Supervisor: Elena Kochetkova

Faculty: School of Arts and Humanities

Educational Programme: History (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2020

The key goal of my graduate qualification work is to answer the following research question: how did the principles of functioning of industry and consumer institutions of Leningrad affect the situation with the supply of the city? How did the peculiarities of the Leningrad institutional management structure cause problems related to the food supply of Leningrad and the region?

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