The Turning Point: Revitalizing the Soviet Economy

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I.B.Tauris, 1990 - Economic crisis - 330 pages
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Two leading Soviet economists explain the Soviet economic crises from the perspective of thorughly informed insiders and the obstacles as well as the potential to perestroika.
 

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Two senior economists with the Moscow Institute for the United States and Canada make a persuasive case that the USSR's economy is in serious trouble and must be restructured to create a market ... Read full review

Contents

A Backward Glance
1
A Few Words About Economic Statistics
23
The Administered Economic System
43
Anatomy of a Deficit or the Paradox of Directive
79
Black Holes That Swallow Resources
112
Prices Economic Incentives and the SelfAdjusting Market
155
What Should We Sell Abroad?
220
The Turning Point
247
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