Article 2316

Title of the article

REFORMS OF THE EDUCATED BUREAUCRACY IN RUSSIA BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE WORK OF EDITORIAL COMMISSIONS OF 1850s

Authors

Karnishina Natalia Gennadievna, Doctor of historical sciences, professor, sub-department of history of Russia, state and law, Penza State University (40 Krasnaya street, Penza, Russia), karnishins@mail.ru

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94(47)

DOI

10.21685/2072-3024-2016-3-2

Abstract

Background. By the example of the preparation and making of reforms on can-cellation of serfdom in Russia, the role of educated bureaucrats, who implemented the latter, using the methods that were worked out in the period of preparation of bills of 1840s, is investigated. It is vividly revealed in the work of educated commis-sions where members of the nobility took part. The study of the experience in preparation of reforms with the support of bureaucracy as well as with attraction of members of educated people in the capital and provinces is urgent in modern Russia.
Matherials and methods. The investigation was conducted on the basis of ar-chival sources, statistical facts and published/unpublished memories of contempo-raries. The author makes carried out the investigation with the help of formal-logical and statistical methods.
Results. The main aim of the author – the analysis of the phenomenon of educated bureaucracy in the management structure of the Russian Empire ant its role in the preparation and conduction of cancellation of serfdom in Russia – has been achieved.
Conclusions. On the basis of generalization of sources on the work of editorial commissions in the capital and provinces in 1850s the author analyzed the experi-ence of reforms in the Russian Empire.

Key words

serfdom cancellation reform, educated bureaucracy, Editorial commissions, provincial committees.

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