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Problems of Long-Range Location of Industry

  • Economics
  • Political Science


By extensively employing the diverse and constantly developing methods of analysis, Soviet economics can establish the qualitative and quantitative relations between economic phenomena and individual factors. With the progress of economics, the sphere of economic phenomena lending themselves to quantitative measurement widens, and the number of known economic laws expressing definite quantitative (numerical) relationships increases. In this way, a more accurate and correct substantiation of rational measures in planning the national economy and socialist construction is ensured. But, as the resolution of the November 1962 Plenary Meeting of the CPSU Central Committee on the Report by Comrade N. S. Khrushchev indicated, "expansion of the scale of the national economy, rapid progress of science and technology call for a still higher scientific level of planning.⦠Economic plans are not always based on careful economic estimates and studiesâ¦"

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