From stagnation to catastroika : commentaries on the Soviet economy, 1983-1991

Philip Hanson

This work offers a collection of articles on the Soviet economy. Most were written as current commentaries and were meant to report and to interpret developments in the Soviet economy under Gorbachev more or less as they occurred. Hanson's reflections cover more than particular events or a particular Soviet debate. In general, the articles were written for readers who were not necessarily either economists or Sovietologists, and they offer important insight on the ongoing transition of the Soviet economy to a free market economy.

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This work offers a collection of articles on the Soviet economy. Most were written as current commentaries and were meant to report and to interpret developments in the Soviet economy under Gorbachev more or less as they occurred. Hanson's reflections cover more than particular events or a particular Soviet debate. In general, the articles were written for readers who were not necessarily either economists or Sovietologists, and they offer important insight on the ongoing transition of the Soviet economy to a free market economy.

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[目次]

  • Brezhnev's economic legacy
  • economics, Sovietology, and Mr Gorbachev's agenda
  • discussion of economic reform in the USSR - the "Novosibirsk Paper"
  • Mikhail Gorbachev and the Soviet economy
  • the reform debate expands
  • economics, economic advisers, and the Gorbachev leadership
  • the 27th Party Congress - the economy
  • some unanswered questions about Gorbachev's economic re-organization
  • the Soviet 12th Five-Year Plan
  • the enterprise law and the reform process
  • the reform debate - what are the limits?
  • the draft law on co-operatives - an assessment
  • ownership and economic reform
  • inflation versus reform
  • the current state of Soviet economic reforms
  • capitalism or socialism?
  • a minor semantic problem in the Soviet reforms
  • prospects for reform - three key issues in 1990
  • Gorbachev's revolution really does start here
  • Soviet food shortages - chaos rather than famine.

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[目次]

  • Brezhnev's economic legacy
  • economics, Sovietology, and Mr Gorbachev's agenda
  • discussion of economic reform in the USSR - the "Novosibirsk Paper"
  • Mikhail Gorbachev and the Soviet economy
  • the reform debate expands
  • economics, economic advisers, and the Gorbachev leadership
  • the 27th Party Congress - the economy
  • some unanswered questions about Gorbachev's economic re-organization
  • the Soviet 12th Five-Year Plan
  • the enterprise law and the reform process
  • the reform debate - what are the limits?
  • the draft law on co-operatives - an assessment
  • ownership and economic reform
  • inflation versus reform
  • the current state of Soviet economic reforms
  • capitalism or socialism?
  • a minor semantic problem in the Soviet reforms
  • prospects for reform - three key issues in 1990
  • Gorbachev's revolution really does start here
  • Soviet food shortages - chaos rather than famine.

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この本の情報

書名 From stagnation to catastroika : commentaries on the Soviet economy, 1983-1991
著作者等 Hanson, Philip
シリーズ名 The Washington papers
出版元 Praeger
刊行年月 1992
ページ数 xvii, 255 p.
大きさ 25 cm
ISBN 0275942546
0275942554
NCID BA18746732
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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