The paper undertakes a historical and economic analysis of indications as to methodological affinity between S.N. Bulgakov’s economic views and economic heterodoxy in late 19th and early 20th century, i.e. the Historical and Social Schools in German economic thought. Bulgakov is considered in light of his role in launching the interdisciplinary economic studies, i.e. sociallyethical streams and institutionally-oriented economic thought in early 20th century.
Keywords: economic heterodoxy, historical and social schools, ethic and law stream, institutionally-oriented economic theory.