Personal and Social Consumption in Eastern Europe: Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, and East Germany
Praeger Publishers, Jan 1, 1975 - Consommation (Économie politique) - Europe de l'Est - 342 pages
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SOCIAL CONSUMPTION IN EASTERN EUROPE
PROBLEMS IN EVALUATING CONSUMPTION
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achieved aggregate consumption agricultural production average blue-collar workers Bulgaria capita consumption capital/output ratio changes Comecon Communist Party compared consumer sovereignty cost Czechoslovakia decline East European countries East Germany Eastern Europe economists employment estimates expenditures exports factors foodstuffs foreign trade goals gross groups growth of consumption higher Hodoly households housing Hungary imports improvement incentives increase index number indicators industrial production investments Krzyzewski 1968 labor force labor productivity Lazarcik level of living Mieczkowski Mujzel national income output percent percentage personal consumption Piasny plan period planners Poland Polish economy political population postwar prewar production of consumer proportion rate of growth raw materials real income real wages relative residual consumption result rise Romania rose sector share shown in Table shows Six-Year Plan social consumption socialist Source Soviet Union statistics substantially sumer sumption Table 9 tended tion West white-collar workers Winiewski 1969 zlotys