I wish to acknowledge the assistance of Dr. Charles F. Elliott and Dr. John P. Hardt. Their guidance, encouragement and gentle prodding contributed greatly to the completion of this research. The Institute for Sino-Soviet Studies and the Graduate Program in Science, Technology, and Public Policy of the George Washington University gave valuable financial assistance. The final manuscript reflects the diligent and expert typing assistance of Mary Helen Holliday Seal.
Table of Contents
List of Tables -- Acknowledgments -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. THE INTERNATIONAL TRANSFER OF TECHNOLOGY: A GENERAL DISCUSSION -- 3. THE ROLE OF WESTERN TECHNOLOGY IN THE STALINIST AND POST-STALINIST ECONOMIC SYSTEMS -- 4. EVOLUTION OF SOVIET ATTITUDES AND INSTITUTIONS -- 5. WESTERN TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER TO THE SOVIET AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY: THE GORKI! AUTOMOBILE PLANT -- 6. WESTERN TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER TO THE SOVIET AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY: THE VOLGA AUTOMOBILE PLANT AND THE KAMA RIVER TRUCK PLANT -- 7. CONCLUSIONS -- APPENDIXES -- BIBLIOGRAPHY.
George D. Holliday is an analyst in international trade and finance with the Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress.