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The Problem of the Rates of Economic Development in the USSR as Treated in the Soviet Economic Literature of the 1920s

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  • Economics
  • Political Science

Abstract

The rich heritage left us by Soviet economists of the 1920s is of considerable scholarly interest in the area of the theory and practice of the building of socialism. In the economic literature of that period, a large place was occupied by such problems as that of rates and proportions of production, the problem of the effectiveness of capital investments, the scientific organization of labor, the relationship between plan and market, and a number of others. We know that these problems continue to be subjects for scholarly inquiry to this day.

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