Vladimir Kovalevsky

Entrepreneur, Deceased Person

1848 – 1934

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Who was Vladimir Kovalevsky?

Vladimir Ivanovich Kovalevsky was a Russian statesman, scientist and entrepreneur. He was the author of numerous articles and works on agricultural themes. From 1892 to 1900, he was the director of the Commerce and Manufacturing Department of the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Empire, and one of the fathers of the concept of Russian protectionism. From 1900 to 1902, he was the Deputy Minister of Finance. From 1906 to 1916, he was the chairman of the Russian Technical Society. Kovalevsky was one of the creators of the Saint Petersburg State Polytechnical University and the Institute of Plant Industry in Leningrad.

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Born
Nov 10, 1848
Balakliia
Religion
  • Eastern Orthodox Church
Profession
Died
Nov 2, 1934
Saint Petersburg
Resting place
Smolensky Cemetery

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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