2 edition of New methods of economic management in the USSR. found in the catalog.
New methods of economic management in the USSR.
Tпё SпёЎK KPSS.
1965 in [Moscow]$ bNovosti Press Agency Pub. House .
Written in English
Translation of Novye metody khozi︠a︡ĭstvennogo upravlenii︠a︡ v SSSR.
|Contributions||Kosygin, Aleksey Nikolayevich, 1904-1980, Brezhnev, Leonid Ilʹich, 1906-1982|
|LC Classifications||HD70 R9 K5543|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||127|
The government was helpless to fix this. Along with this, the unemployment rate sky-rocketed. In accordance with the ideals of glasnost, enterprise directors were to be elected for five year terms by the workers in multi-candidate elections. But they must not be confused.
We examine the treatment of Soviet growth in successive editions of American economics textbooks published between and It is said that some of the economic laws operating in our country under socialism, including the law of value, have been "transformed," or even "radically transformed," on the basis of planned economy. The peasants were meeting the expectations of the government therefore, not complying with their part of the agreement on the conditions of the free-market style of economy which meant that although progress had been made in comparison to the desperity of the days of War Communism, not enough progress was made. Self-sufficient and militarily strong socialist state 2. Without high military spending in the 50's and 60's, the economy could have grown even faster during those periods. Thick accounts did not while thin ones did.
VIII, ed. But it accomplished it not because it supposedly destroyed the existing economic laws and "formed" new ones, but only because it relied on the economic law that the relations of production must necessarily conform with the character of the productive forces. They are two different things. This readiness to use military force will only have been heightened by the experience of campaigning in Syria from October onwards.
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The SED regime was sensitive to any signals of working-class unrest and wage increases in these years outpaced productivity increases. The N. However, these laws are not abolished, but lose their validity owing to the new economic conditions and depart from the scene in order to give place to new laws, laws which are not created by the will of man, but which arise from the new economic conditions.
Salaries began to rise faster than the volume of available goods, creating more shortages and dissatisfaction among people.
The system of differentiation was introduced whereby people with special skills were given rewards and benefits in form of housing. The Soviet people were now expected to not only defend the Bolsheviks and the Communist Party, but defend the cause of Communism as well. So he needed to destroy the power of the Kulaks to control grain prices.
Marxism regards laws of science — whether they be laws of natural science or laws of political economy — as the reflection of objective processes which take place independently of the will of man.
Look at the poster above However, many peasants resisted. The New Economic Policy meant restoring capitalism considerably. Social Scientist. It was concluded that the mistake was made when the Bolsheviks decided to resort right to Communism within the first months of victory, although the goal was to use capitalism as a kind of bridge between the petty bourgeoisie economic policy and the Communist economic policy.
Does this mean, for instance, that the results of the action of the laws of nature, the results of the action of the forces of nature, are generally inavertible, that the destructive action of the forces of nature always and everywhere proceeds with an elemental and inexorable power that does not yield to the influence of man?
Even in the worst years of the famine like inthe country exported 1. In a way, N. In our country, such a force was the alliance of the working class and the peasantry, who represented the overwhelming majority of society.
The shortage of workers was addressed by encouraging women into work. The peasants were meeting the expectations of the government therefore, not complying with their part of the agreement on the conditions of the free-market style of economy which meant that although progress had been made in comparison to the desperity of the days of War Communism, not enough progress was made.
Our yearly and five-yearly plans must not be confused with the objective economic law of balanced, proportionate development of the national economy.
Collectivization led to terrible famines, especially in the Ukraine, that caused the deaths of millions. One lesson which I could draw from the above is the same kind of forecasts doing rounds for India and China. In Chinathe first Five-Year Plan —57 stressed rapid industrial development, with Soviet assistance; it proved highly successful.
High unemployment rates can be good if it is due to higher efficiency. As a result of inflation and shortages, people spent less time working, and more time looking for goods, resulting in more absenteeism, and less overtime.
Sutela has performed a great service by making the often abstruse and murky discussions in the Soviet literature intelligible to Western readers. The capabilities it employed to do so surprised the West, despite being well advertised in advance and their development described in detail by the Russia-watching community in Western nations.
Problems resulting from these initiatives, among others, included an ever-rising discrepancy in the goods to ruble ratio due to rising wages. However, some socialists believe it may have gone too far with its free-market economic style and possibly could have lead the Soviet Union into permanently possessing a capitalist economy, which would have destroyed the socialist priority.
At the 6th SED congress in JanuaryUlbricht criticized the existing bureaucratic and centralized ways of managing the economy and announced the basic principles of NES: Factory managers will be given more autonomy within less rigid five-year plans.
As scholar Walter D. Economic History Table of contents Acknowledgements; 1. Although certain reforms had been made, the peasants were still treated poorly and taken advantage of by the nobles.
The main issues of lack of processing, storage and marketing infrastructure which had caused so much waste under the old system remained undealt with.In this respect, an obvious similarity can be seen in the fact that environmental management in the East and West emerged as a regulatory “command and control” approach, which was supplemented later by economic incentives.
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