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Productivity and the Social System—The USSR and the West

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ISBN 9780674188259

Publication Date: 01/01/1978

256 pages

66 tables, 6 figures

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    • 1. Introduction
  • Part One: Planning and Policy
    • 2. Soviet Planning Reforms
    • 3. Toward a New Growth Model
    • 4. Entrepreneur ship and Profits in the USSR
  • Part Two: Levels of Output and Productivity
    • 5. The Comparative National Incomes of the Soviet Union and the United States
    • 6. Comparative Soviet and American Productivity and Efficiency
    • 7. Productivity in the USSR and the West
  • Part Three: Growth of Output and Productivity
    • 8. Soviet National Income, 1928–1958
    • 9. Productivity in Soviet Postwar Economic Development
    • 10. Consumption in Soviet Postwar Economic Development
    • 11. Comparative Growth in COMECON and OECD since 1950
  • Appendix
  • Index

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