Planning for Economic Growth in the Soviet Union, 1918-1932

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University of North Carolina Press, Jan 1, 1971 - Russia - 425 pages
This volume presents a comprehensive and clear picture of the functioning of the different Russian institutions, the efforts of the planners to impose their goals, and the various types of economic adjustments made at different stages of development. The huge mass of previously inaccessible quantitative data presented serves as a basis for understanding the Soviet planning system.

Originally published 1980.

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The Formation of the Soviet Five Year Plan System
Output Output Goal and Plan Fulfillment for Principal Commodities in the Goelro Plan

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