Given the economy, people are very concerned about bringing trouble on themselves," Erenburg
and Wohar (1995) examined the causal linkage between private investment and government provision of public capital and government investment spending and indicate the existence of feedback effects between public and private investment.
Gorn, The Manly Art: Bare-Knuckle Prize Fighting (1986); Roy Rosenzweig, Eight Hours For What We Will: Workers and Leisure in an Industrial City (1983); John Kasson, Amusing the Million: Coney Island at the Turn of the Century (1978); Lewis Erenburg
, Steppin' Out: New York Nightlife and the Transformation of American Culture, 1880-1930 (1981); Robert Snyder, Voice of the City: Vaudeville and Popular Culture in New York (1989); Robert Allen, Horrible Prettiness: Burlesque and American Culture (1991).
(1993) reports results supporting the complementarity hypothesis, although the statistical significance of the result is not indicated.
spent much of his early life in Paris, where he published his first book of poems (1911).
It opened the door to the creation of new international contacts, which served Soviet activists such as II'ia Erenburg
(Ilya Ehrenburg) as "resources" in exerting influence on Soviet foreign policy.
Semejante atraccion se constata atendiendo al ingente numero de publicaciones que sobre lo acontecido en Rusia se editaron durante las decadas de 1920 y 1930 (8), a la difusion en Europa de la literatura de escritores rusos como Maximo Gorki o Ilia Erenburg
y, sobre todo, a la gran cantidad de intelectuales que, como Zweig y Chaves Nogales, viajaron para comprobar in situ cual era la realidad del pais y como estaban afectando a la sociedad los cambios impuestos por el gobierno bolchevique.
The empirical findings of the third category of studies including Aschauer (1989), Erenburg
(1993), Karras (1994), Ereburge and Woher (1995) and Monadjemi and Huh (1998), whereas, provided evidences that are robust to the complementarity hypothesis i.
The name was taken from the title of a novel by Ilya Erenburg
, which was one of the first of a growing stream of works criticizing aspects of Soviet life.
See Vasilii Grossman and U'ia Erenburg
, Chernaia kniga: O zlodeiskompovsemestnom ubiistve evreev nemetsko-fashistskimi zakhvatchikami vo vremenno-okkupirovannykh raionakh Sovetskogo Soiuza i v lageriakh unichtozheniia Pol 'shi vo vremia voiny 1941-1945 gg.
98) Il'ia Erenburg
, Voina 1941-1945 (Moscow: Astrel', 2004), 506.
Denis Kozlov's detailed study of letters sent to the editors of literary journals, particularly Novyi mir, suggests that although in the 1950s many subscribers continued to express themselves using Stalinist concepts and practices, particularly scapegoating, by the early 1960s the mood was rather different: following the publication of works by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn and Il'ia Erenburg
, Kozlov contends, readers were desperate for the chance to reflect critically on the terror.