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The Enigma of Soviet Petroleum Half-Full or Half-Empty?

The Enigma of Soviet Petroleum: Half-Full or Half-Empty?

1st Edition

By Marshall I. Goldman
June 14, 2023

The Enigma of Soviet Petroleum (1980) provides an analysis of the relevance of the Soviet planning system to oil production levels: why it is that planning has been the source of so many petroleum industry problems, and the nature of the measures that are being taken to overcome them. It looks at ...

The Northern Sea Route and the Economy of the Soviet North

The Northern Sea Route and the Economy of the Soviet North

1st Edition

By Constantine Krypton
June 14, 2023

The Northern Sea Route and the Economy of the Soviet North (1956) evaluates the commercial value of the route on the basis of a detailed study of the economy of the Soviet North. While the primary focus is on economic, strategic and material grounds, considerable attention is devoted to the ...

The Soviet Economy Toward the Year 2000

The Soviet Economy: Toward the Year 2000

1st Edition

Edited By Abram Bergson, Herbert S. Levine
June 14, 2023

The Soviet Economy (1983) examines the long-term prospective growth of the USSR’s economy. It looks at the Soviet economy’s growth process at an advanced stage of development, and assesses how it would evolve in the period ahead. Various growth plans had made large advances to the state-planned ...

The Soviet Economy on the Brink of Reform Essays in Honor of Alec Nove

The Soviet Economy on the Brink of Reform: Essays in Honor of Alec Nove

1st Edition

Edited By Peter Wiles
June 14, 2023

The Soviet Economy on the Brink of Reform (1988) is a collection of essays in honour of Alec Nove and covers such topics as Leon Trotsky, Navrozov, Soviet Investment criteria, Soviet Agricultural, and economic politics under Andropov and Chernenko....

The Soviet Far East Geographical Perspectives on Development

The Soviet Far East: Geographical Perspectives on Development

1st Edition

Edited By Allan Rodgers
June 14, 2023

The Soviet Far East (1990) examines the largest economic region in the Soviet Union, the Far East. The region is explored in all its geographical and economic complexity. Chapters on the state of its development under Gorbachev (and his programme of investment) are supplemented by examinations of ...

The Soviet Union Looks Ahead The Five-Year Plan for Economic Construction

The Soviet Union Looks Ahead: The Five-Year Plan for Economic Construction

1st Edition

By Various authors
June 14, 2023

The Soviet Union Looks Ahead (1930) is the official statement of the five-year economic plan put forward by the Soviet Union, a plan involving the radical reconstruction of the entire production system of Russia....

Wrecking Activities at Power Stations in the Soviet Union The Case of N.P. Vitvitsky, etc

Wrecking Activities at Power Stations in the Soviet Union: The Case of N.P. Vitvitsky, etc

1st Edition

By Various authors
June 14, 2023

Wrecking Activities at Power Stations in the Soviet Union (1933) is a valuable historical document that presents a verbatim report of the trials of various Soviet and British engineers and workers accused of acts of sabotage against the Soviet energy infrastructure. It is a rare insight into the ...

Labour in Transition The Labour Process in Eastern Europe and China

Labour in Transition: The Labour Process in Eastern Europe and China

1st Edition

Edited By Chris Smith, Paul Thompson
June 13, 2023

Labour in Transition (1992) examines the massive transformations undertaken by state socialist regimes at the end of the 1980s. It traces developments in the Soviet Union, Eastern Europe and China, in particular the impact of changes in the labour process and broader political economy. Detailed ...

The Socialist Industrial State Towards a Political Sociology of State Socialism

The Socialist Industrial State: Towards a Political Sociology of State Socialism

1st Edition

By David Lane
June 13, 2023

The Socialist Industrial State (1976) examines the state-socialist system, taking as the central example the Soviet Union – where the goals and values of Marxism-Leninism and the particular institutions, the form of economy and polity, were first adopted and developed. It then considers the ...

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