Perestroika and the Economy: New Thinking in Soviet Economics
M.E. Sharpe, 1989 - Business & Economics - 277 pages
Many shades of opinion are evident in this anthology of recent articles on such topics as central planning, the market mechanism, the property system, prices, incentives, and issues of equity. Some of the authors advocate radical change, and others call for adjustments.
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Restructuring the Management of the Economy
Restructuring and the Enterprise
The Rebirth of SmallScale Commodity Production
Competition and Democratization
The Participation of Working People in the Management of Production as a Factor in Heightening Labor Activism
PLAN AND MARKET
A New Conception of Centralism
Where Are the Pirogi Meatier?
Improving Consumer Prices
Scarcity or Surplus?
Restructuring the System of Payment of Labor
Social Development and Economic Growth
PROPERTY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE
The Structure and Forms of Socialist Property
The Distribution Mechanism and Social Justice
Is It Possible to Be A Little Pregnant?
Why Are You Pushing?
The Difficult Road of Cognition
Product Mix Price Profit
BARRIERS TO REFORM
The Reform of the Economic Mechanism
Economics and Common Sense
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