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Lubins'ka Galyna (Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Ukraine), Shevchuk Ljubov (Jan Kochanowski University of Kielce, Poland)
Hardening Analogies in Order to Reduce Risk in Foreign Policy Crisis Management
Scientific Publications / University of Economics in Katowice. Public Risk Management. T. 1, Perspective of Theory and Practice, 2016, s. 132-141, wykr., tab.
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Kryzys gospodarczy, Ekonomia, Historia
Economic crisis, Economics, History
The Crimean peninsula became part of the Russian Empire in 1783. Even then, the region has undergone significant changes in the economy, culture and social spheres. The indigenous population - Tatars, had half sedentary life, they were engaged in cattle breeding and extensive farming and gardening, crofting - in the south of the peninsula before Russian expansion. Russian colonisation of the steppe, spreading the culture of grapes and tobacco in the south; the contruction of railway to Sevastopol contribute to restoration of economy of Crimea, decline of which was observed after the deportation of Tatars and Greeks. The former cattle breeding in northern Crimean was replaced on grain farming and were marketing that through local ports. Food, salt, shipbuilding industries have evolved with the center in Sevastopol later - iron ore industry with center in Kerch. Resort managers have intensively developed - at the beginning of 1910th years about 150 000 people/year rested in Crimea (Kubiiovych, 1996, pp. 1176-1182). It was significantly expanded intensive crops and built up resorts.(fragment of text)
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