Soviet Labour And The Ethic Of Communism
Full Employment And The Labour Process In The Ussr
This book seeks to discover the extent to which the claim—the provision of regular paid labour and a permanent occupation for all who are able to work—is true and whether there are any features of society in distinction from capitalism which lead to the provision of full employment.
Table of Contents
Introduction: The Labour Process -- Soviet Marxism and the Ending of Mass Unemployment -- A Full-Employment Economy? -- Planned and Market Labour Mobility -- Types of Involuntary Unemployment -- Labour Productivity -- The Process of Redundancy, Displacement or ‘Freeing’ of the Workforce in Conditions of Labour Shortage -- Distinguishing Features of the Soviet Labour Market -- The Brigade System and the Work Process -- Full Employment and Labour Shortage: The Direction of Change