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Restructuring the Soviet economic bureaucracy

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Soviet Union,
  • Soviet Union.
    • Subjects:
    • Government economists -- Soviet Union,
    • Bureaucracy -- Soviet Union,
    • Perestroĭka,
    • Central planning -- Soviet Union,
    • Soviet Union -- Economic policy -- 1986-1991

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementPaul R. Gregory.
      SeriesSoviet interview project series
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC336.26 .G76 1990
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 181 p. ;
      Number of Pages181
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2205266M
      ISBN 100521363861
      LC Control Number89027260

      Factory managers were expected to meet state demands for goods, but to find their own funding. Davies, R. It also allows you to accept potential citations to this item that we are uncertain about. He covers the period from the Tsarist economy to in 83 pages not counting references and index. Enter glasnost and perestroika, along with the issues of determining where they would lead, and how fast.

      The agricultural sector, for example, had provided food at low cost thanks to decades of heavy government subsidies. Gerovitch, Slava. Economic cybernetics is a specialized academic discipline which is taught to future planners. In particular, they observed that wages had increased without a commensurate rise in productivity. For the Journal of Economic History.

      The rest remained indicators. Palmer, Scott W. For the Soviet Union to go forward and realise the enormous economic, scientific and cultural potential of the planned economy the successors of Stalin must be overthrown by the true heirs of October, the working class. At the same time, the economic policies advocated by Aganbegyan, if carried through, will produce a widening of the differentials between workers and the ruling elite. He apparently naively believed the leading layers of the bureaucracy could be recruited to support perestroika. They had no confidence in the renovation and revival of the planned economy.


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Restructuring the Soviet economic bureaucracy book

Rent payments for the use of scarce natural resources were introduced as part of the reform, and the further development of this principle is currently very topical.

What was different about Chinese communism than soviet communism? But Stalinism, through its apparatus of repression and ideological control, had systematically prevented the development of the working class as a political force. More services and features. Davies deals as well with the issue of the effectiveness of forced industrialization, pointing out that there is still considerable controversy surrounding the rate of growth of the economy in the s.

On the viability of NEP a literature to which Davies and his Birmingham colleagues have made significant contributionsDavies identifies four schools of thought. Key importance was attached to the integral indicators of economic efficiency of production — profits and profitability.

Cambridge University Press. The review, The Economics of Perestroika, is reprinted below, following this introduction. In light of the Soviet experience, the path he takes will decide the future of his rule and the legacy he leaves. The most significant of Gorbachev's reforms in the foreign economic sector allowed foreigners to invest in the Soviet Union in the form of joint ventures with Soviet ministries, state enterprises, and cooperatives.

However, by —, the sovnarkhozy were becoming subordinate to numerous other agencies and organizations. The Soviets aided in the expansion of Western capitalism to allow for an inflow of Western investments, but the perestroika managers failed.

He acknowledges the conservative outlook of the old managers, but appears to believe that this can be overcome by a vigorous campaign for the new policies, together with "the development of democracy".

The Economics of Forced Labor : The Soviet Gulag

This, of course, would entail the overthrow of the bureaucracy. This is the oxygen required by an atrophied system. Yale University Press. Nor for independent, democratic trade unions. At the June plenary session of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union CPSUGorbachev presented his "basic theses", which laid the political foundation of economic reform for the remainder of the existence of the Soviet Union.

Date of Review: December May 29,  · Will the restructuring of the Soviet economy make it into a more international economic power? Mr. Menshikov: The aim is to make the Soviet Union more competitive in the world market.

2 Rees, E.A. (editor), Decision-Making in the Stalinist Command Economy,London and Basingstoke: MacMillan, Before World War II there were few serious studies of the Soviet economy. However, the Soviet Union’s great contribution to Allied.

Mar 10,  · Perestroika (Russian for "restructuring") refers to a series of political and economic reforms meant to kickstart the stagnant s economy of.

Perestroika

Jan 30,  · This is in my History Of Our World book so it's the right answer. The restructuring of the Soviet economy and bureaucracy that began in the mid s.

'Restructuring of Soviet Far Eastern. Fundamental restructuring of the Soviet economy, introduced by President Mikhail Gorbachev. all of the answers (a loss of individual freedom, a large bureaucracy, a lack of consumer goods, and a lack of incentives to work hard and produce more) Americans have discovered that economic growth is needed to better satisfy the wants and.

Mark Harrison: Book Reviews Aalders, Gerard, and Cees Wiebes. The Art of Cloaking Ownership. The Secret Restructuring the Soviet Economic Bureaucracy.

1965 Soviet economic reform

Cambridge University Press. Date of Review: February For Soviet Studies. Gregory, Paul R.