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Stalinist command economy
|LC Classifications||HC335.7 .D8 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 176 p. :|
|Number of Pages||176|
|LC Control Number||79026712|
Among his other books are Restructuring the Soviet Economic Bureaucracy (); Before Command: The Russian Economic from Emancipation to Stalin (); and Russian National Income, – He is the coauthor (with Robert Stuart) of Russian and Soviet Economic Structure and Performance, now in its seventh edition. Gregory received his Ph.D. Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Dunmore, Timothy. Stalinist command economy. London: Macmillan, (OCoLC)
A detailed examination of economic policy-making in the USSR during the period of the Second Five-Year Plan (). The work examines the process by which the plan was formulated and implemented, through a series of detailed case-studies, based on archival material, examining the role of the Politburo, the Soviet government, Gosplan and the main economic commissariats. Scholars have long noted that the Soviet economy experienced considerable difficulties after , as the high economic growth rates of the mid-thirties suddenly gave way to what Naum Jasny called “snail-like crawl, stagnation and even declines” that persisted right up to the Nazi invasion of the USSR.
But while considerable archive-based research on that period has been published over the past five years, relatively little work has been devoted to the economics of the Stalin system. Although the Stalinist command economy is supposedly a thing of the past, it continues to plague Russia's transition to a market economy, and, more important, it. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dunmore, Timothy. Stalinist command economy. London: Macmillan, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book.
Behind the Facade of Stalin's Command Economy: Evidence from the Soviet State and Party Archives 1st Edition by Paul Gregory (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. ISBN ISBN X. Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
Cited by: The Stalinist Command Economy The Soviet State Apparatus and Economic Policy – Search within book. Front Matter. Pages i-xi. PDF. Introduction. The Organisation of Control in the Command Economy. Timothy Dunmore. Pages The Command Economy and the Formation of Regional Policy – Timothy Dunmore.
Pages The. The political economy of Stalinism: evidence from the Soviet secret archives Paul R. Gregory Using formerly secret Soviet state and Communist Party archives to describe the Soviet administrative command system, this study concludes that the system failed not because of Stalin and later leaders, but because of the economic system.
Decision-making in the Stalinist Command Economy, – Editors: Rees, E. (Ed.) Free Preview. Buy this book eB40 *immediately available upon purchase as print book shipments may be delayed due to the COVID crisis.
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It concludes that the system failed not because of the 'jockey'(i.e. Stalin and Stalinist command economy book leaders) but because of the 'horse' (the economic system). Although Stalin was the system's prime architect, the system was managed by thousands of.
One of the most remarkable projects in the history of any country is the History of Soviet Russia from to in nine volumes (London: Macmillan, –69) begun by Carr, E. in the s and continued by Davies, R. in his Industrialization of Soviet Russia from to in fourteen volumes (Basingstoke: Macmillan, –); a fifteenth volume up to is in preparation.
Joseph Stalin built up military might and quickly rebuilt the economy after World War II. The Soviet State Planning Committee, or “Gosplan,” has been the most-studied command economy entity.
The USSR was also the longest-running command economy, lasting. Paul Gregory's study of the economic record of Stalinism is a much lighter read than it's title might suggest, although the main audience probably remains academics and economists.
Each chapter is self-contained, like an article, making it a book one can easily read in bite-sized s: 5. Dunmore, Timothy, The Stalinist Command Economy: The Soviet State Apparatus and Economic Policy – (London, ) Dunmore, Timothy Soviet Politics, – (London, ) Duskin, J.
Eric, Stalinist Reconstruction and the Confirmation of a New Elite, – (Basingstoke, ). Stalinism is the means of governing and related policies implemented in the Soviet Union from to by Joseph Stalin (–), including rapid Industrialisation; the theory of socialism in one country; totalitarianism; collectivisation of agriculture; a cult of personality; and subordination of the interests of foreign communist.
Behind the Façade of Stalin's Command Economy brings together prominent scholars from Russia, the United States, and the United Kingdom to summarize economic research based on the Soviet state and party archives.
These contributors—most of whom have worked with these archives since they were opened—examine in detail such topics as the. This book, edited by Mark Harrison, surveys the defense industry in the Stalinist state between and It is an economic history, but despite my expectation of a rather boring text, the book was quite engaging as well as s: 3.
inevitable. This book seeks to answer Berliner’s jockey or horse question. This book describes the ﬁrst two and a half decades of the world’s ﬁrst administrative-command economy, under the tutelage of an increasingly brutal dictatorship.
The Soviet command system remains the most com-plex organization ever constructed by mankind. Behind the Facade of Stalin's Command Economy: Evidence from the Soviet State and Party Archives (Hoover Institution Press Publication Book ) Paul Gregory.
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Gregory, The Political Economy Of Stalinism Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download The Political Economy Of Stalinism books, This book uses the formerly secret Soviet state and Communist Party archives to describe the creation and operations of the Soviet administrative command system.
Stalinism surveys the efforts made in recent years by professional historians, in Russia and the West, to better understand what really went on in the USSR between andwhen the country's affairs were shrouded in secrecy. The opening of the Soviet archives in has led to a profusion of historical studies, whose strengths and weaknesses are assessed here impartially though not.
What emerges is that these were also “economic activity” in the sense that the players were all looking for a payoff of one kind or another, and the costs they were willing to incur or impose on others depended on the private stakes.
First, The Political Economy of Stalinism. The argument of the book. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages: map ; 23 cm: Contents: The organisation of control in the command economy --The command economy and the formation of regional policy, --The implementation of regional policy after the war --The formation of sectoral policy, --The implementation of sectoral policy after the war.
Khlevnyuk, O. The economy of the Gulag. In Behind the façade of Stalin’s command economy: Evidence from the state and party archives, ed. Gregory. Stanford: Hoover. Guns and Rubles complements, but does not substitute for, other recent studies of the Soviet command economy and defense industry.
Non-specialists would also benefit from considering Gregory?s study of the Stalinist economy () and Harrison?s other works on military production and the defense sector (e.g. Barber and Harrison, eds., ). The Dictators: Hitler's Germany and Stalin's Russia by Richard Overy pp, Allen Lane, £ The regimes led by Hitler and Stalin are the benchmark for dictatorship in the 20th century.Google Scholar Eugene Zaleski, Stalinist Planning for Economic Growth, (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, ); Google Scholar E.
H. Carr and R. W. Davies, Foundations of a Planned Economy (London: Macmillan, ). Google Scholar.