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Improvement of Soviet economic planning

by O. M. Yun"

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Published by Progress Publishers in Moscow .
Written in English


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Translated from the Russian original "Sovershenstvovanie planovogo mekhanizma khozyaĭstvovaniya".

StatementOleg Yun ; [translated from the Russian].
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22338122M
ISBN 105010005190

planning system and examine its technical feasibility given modern computing tech-nology. Second, we offer an analysis of why Soviet planning ‘failed’, in terms of the particular ideological, social, and technical factors which prevented the Soviets from developing the . Antony "Western technology and Soviet economic development, to " Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace. Addeddate

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). The economic decline of the Soviet Union over the s was an essential reason for the end of the Cold War. Various factors explain the Soviet Union’s economic crisis which led to its collapse. The Soviet soft power (that is to say its political, social and culture influence) was undercut by the exposure of Stalin's crimes in and by the.

In the Soviet Union economic planning is not regarded as a social mechanism by itself, but only as an essential part of a total, which conditionally may be called new economic machinery. Social economic planning, we think, presupposes a specific social background and cannot achieve its purpose when that background is lacking. A Model of Soviet-Type Economic Planning By MICHAEL MANOVE* Each year, planning agencies in the Soviet Union construct an annual eco- nomic plan for the calendar year that fol- lows. The annual plan is an important element in the Soviet schema for achieving long-term economic growth. Goals of .


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