2 edition of Soviet strategy for economic growth. found in the catalog.
Soviet strategy for economic growth.
|Series||Indiana. University. International studies|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||175 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||175|
The economic entwinement of the COMECON countries can be influenced by the development of East–West trade. Everywhere in Eastern Europe, the greatest efforts can be made to increase exports as rapidly as possible. Export-oriented growth can be the politico–economic strategy of the COMECON countries. Maurice Dobb, , ‘The Discussions of the Twenties on Planning and Economic Growth’, in Soviet Studies, October. Google Scholar Maurice Dobb, , Soviet Economic Development since , 6th ed., by: 3.
In the book, Friedman explores how China sought to mobilize Asia, Africa, and Latin America to win the mantle of revolutionary leadership—and how the Soviet Union adapted its strategy to win it Author: HBS Working Knowledge. The Hardcover of the Soviet Marketing and Economic Development by Roger Skurski at Barnes & Noble. a selection of papers that provide state-of-the-art insights into research focusing on dimensions of bank strategy, governance and the role of credit rating agencies that were presented at the European Association of University Teachers of Author: Roger Skurski.
Barnett presents the first in-depth analysis in English of the pioneer of long cycle analysis, N.D. Kondratiev (), who was a key policy adviser to the Soviet government in the early part of the s. Kondratiev developed a market-led industrialization strategy for the USSR, in directBrand: Palgrave Macmillan UK. Critics of Soviet economic planning, in response, assert that new research shows that the Soviet figures were partly fabricated, especially those showing extremely high growth in the Stalin era. Growth was impressive in the s and s, in some estimates much higher than during the s, but later declined and according to some estimates.
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"Companion volume, Foundations of Soviet strategy for economic growth: selected Soviet essays,edited by [the author]." Description: pages ; 21 cm. Series Title: Indiana University international studies. Get this from a library. Soviet strategy for economic growth.
[Nicolas Spulber] -- Analysis of soviet writings on national planning and other economic questions during. An economic plan is both a final result and a beginning. It is the product of compromises among competing goals; the reflection of a basic strategy of how best to allocate resources in order to reach these goals; and the embodiment of certain principles of planning and methods of implementing them.
Soviet Strategy For Economic Growth Hardcover – January 1, by Nicolas Spulber (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ Author: Nicolas Spulber. Foundations of Soviet Strategy for Economic Growth: Selected Soviet Essays, Indiana University international studies International studies, Indiana University: Author: Nicolas Spulber: Editor: Nicolas Spulber: Publisher: Indiana University Press, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Length: Soviet strategy for economic growth.
Spulber, Nicolas pPages: sources of the Soviet Union, the advantages afforded by the system of an organized and planned national economy and the latest technical achievements, a higher rate of economic development than that yet attained by modern capitalist countries" (The Soviet Union Looks Ahead, New York,p.
7; the translation has been slightly corrected). Although the Soviet economy was smaller than the United States’, the Soviets’ official numbers consistently projected a growth rate that would soon overtake their Cold War rival’s and, in doing so, validate the claimed inevitability of the socialist economic system on which it.
Unleashing prosperity: productivity growth in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union (English) Abstract. The analysis presented in this report assembles, for the first time, evidence from a variety of sources in the countries of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union to show that policy and institutional reforms are important in achieving higher productivity.
Soviet economic growth is largely confined to only a few basic sectors. A capitalist economy expands in all its sectors, providing an even larger variety of consumers’ goods and services together with a steady growth in leisure; but Soviet growth is erratic and eccentric, proceeding by fits and starts in accordance with the orders and Author: Hans F.
Sennholz. [Part of the Soviet Union series]. Some data on soviet GDP growth. First, the chart many supporters of the USSR like. It supposedly shows that the soviet economy worked relatively well, and that industrialisation and growth were due precisely to central planning, when the Soviet Union was formed, inafter the revolution in Author: Jose Luis Ricon.
tion. The Soviet Union was a great social experiment with political, social, demographic, and economic dimensions.
This book focuses on the economic issues—socialized ownership, investment strategy, agri-cultural organization, the growth of income, and consumption. What worked. What failed. And why. What lessons does Soviet history have to teach?File Size: KB. Industrialization in the Soviet Union was a process of accelerated building-up of the industrial potential of the Soviet Union to reduce the economy's lag behind the developed capitalist states, which was carried out from May to June The official task of industrialization was the transformation of the Soviet Union from a predominantly agrarian state into a leading industrial.
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Nevertheless, there were economic improvements: Rationing came to an end and free education and medicine were made available to more and more of the population.
Any economic growth was interrupted in June when the German army invaded Russia. The Russians managed to resist the German invasion single-handedly until June D-Day landings. This chapter discusses national economic policies in different major organization of economic cooperation and development (OECD) countries like Austria, Sweden, Canada, and Australia.
The objective of full employment has always been given very high priority in Swedish economic policy, independently of the party in power. Yet he closed his book on this point: “On the other hand, if geo-economic action were to begin in good time, its limited aim of impeding China’s economic growth in some degree—say from 8.
The Paperback of the Planning for Economic Growth in the Soviet Union, by Eugène Zaleski at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be : Title: Book Reviews: Communist Economic Strategy: Soviet Growth and Capabilities: Book Authors: Nove, Alec: Review Author: Nutter, G.
Warren: Publication. In the midst of these negative indicators, Russia would manage to eke out % growth inthe first positive growth experienced since the collapse of the Soviet just as things were. 3 Vladimir Kontorovich, “Economists, Soviet Growth Slowdown and the Collapse,” Europe-Asia Stud no.
5 (): The internal quotation is from a passage in a book by Joseph Schumpeter that Kontorovich had referred to on the previous page. 4 Igor Birman, “The Soviet Economy: Alternative Views,” Sur no. 2 (Summer ): GDP growth averaged per cent over the. year period and annual growt h in interna- tional trade averaged per cent.
China is. now an upper middle-income country, with .This book takes stock of a lifelong scholarship analyzing the rise and collapse of the Soviet planning system.
It is a must for anyone who is seriously interested in comparative economic systems in the twentieth century.’ Coen Teulings - Montagu Burton Professor of Industrial Relations and Labour Economics, University of Cambridge.