1st Edition

Routledge Library Editions: Soviet Economics

    6368 Pages
    by Routledge

    Routledge Library Editions: Soviet Economics examines in 22 volumes the establishment, development, growth and collapse of the Soviet economic system. Titles look at the early five-year plans, the control of all aspects of economic life by the State, changes in agriculture, industrialisation, relations between managers and workers, amongst other topics, and together form a close reading of state socialism as practised in the Soviet Union.

    1. Agricultural Co-operation in the Soviet Union G. Ratner  2. The Communist Economic Challenge David Ingram  3. The Disintegration of the Soviet Economic System Edited by Michael Ellman and Vladimir Kontorovich  4. Economic Trends in Soviet Russia A. Yugoff  5. Energy Reviews: Unified Gas Supply System of the USSR Edited by L.A. Melentiev  6. The Enigma of Soviet Petroleum: Half-Full or Half-Empty? Marshall I. Goldman  7. The Economic Development of the USSR Roger Munting  8. The Impact of Soviet Shipping Simon Bergstrand and Rigas Doganis  9. Labour in Transition Edited by Chris Smith and Paul Thompson  10. The Northern Sea Route and the Economy of the Soviet North Constantine Krypton  11. Russia and America: The Roots of Economic Divergence Colin White  12. The Second Five-Year Plan of Development of the U.S.S.R. W.P. Coates and Zelda K. Coates  13. The Socialist Industrial State David Lane  14. Soviet Agriculture in Perspective Erich Strauss  15. Soviet Central Asia: 'A Tragic Experiment' Boris Z. Rumer  16. The Soviet Economy on the Brink of Reform Edited by Peter Wiles  17. The Soviet Economy: Toward the Year 2000 Edited by Abram Bergson and Herbert S. Levine  18. The Soviet Far East: Geographical Perspectives on Development Edited by Allan Rodgers  19. Soviet Geography: The New Industrial and Economic Distributions of the U.S.S.R. N. Mikhaylov  20. Soviet Management and Labor Relations Bruno Grancelli  21. The Soviet Union Looks Ahead: The Five-Year Plan for Economic Construction  22. Wrecking Activities at Power Stations in the Soviet Union: The Case of N.P. Vitvitsky et al