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The Ukrainian Economy

Achievements, Problems, Challenges

Edited by I. S. Koropeckyj

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$18.95 • £15.95 • €17.00

ISBN 9780916458577

Publication Date: 01/01/1993


  • Preface
  • Note on Usage
  • List of Figures
  • List of Contributors
  • Guide Maps and Figures
  • I. Framework
    • 1. Introduction [I. S. Koropeckyj]
    • 2. Radical Reconstruction of the Ukrainian Economy: Reasons, Reforms, Outlook [Ivan Lukinov]
  • II. Resources
    • 3. Demographic Trends in Ukraine in the Late Twentieth Century [Ralph S. Clem]
    • 4. Labor Force and Employment in Ukraine [Stephen Rapawy]
    • 5. Energy, Minerals, and Economic Policy [Leslie Dienes]
    • 6. Capital Formation, Capital Stock, and Capital Productivity [David A. Dyker]
    • 7. Discussion [Serhii Pyrozhkov]
  • III. Performance
    • 8. Gross Social Product and Net Material Product and Their Sectoral Structures [Andrii Revenko]
    • 9. National Income of Ukraine: Estimation and Analysis [F. I. Kushnirsky]
    • 10. Ukrainian Industrial Productivity: A Republic-Comparative Analysis [Blaine McCants]
    • 11. Ukrainian Agriculture [Elizabeth Clayton]
    • 12. Discussion [Holland Hunter]
  • IV. Welfare
    • 13. Living Standards in Ukraine: Retrospect and Prospect [Gertrude E. Schroeder]
    • 14. Regional Aspects of Ukraine’s Economic Development [Mariian Dolishnii]
    • 15. Environmental Conditions [Craig ZumBrunnen]
    • 16. Discussion [Alan Abouchar]
  • V. External Relations
    • 17. Ukraine’s External Trade [Tetiana Pakhomova and Serhii Mischenko]
    • 18. Income Transfers and Macroeconomic Accountability from the Republic Standpoint [Volodimir N. Bandera]
    • 19. Discussion [I. S. Koropeckyj]
  • Index
  • Addresses of Contributors

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