• Corpus ID: 153937821

Soviet economic structure and performance

  title={Soviet economic structure and performance},
  author={Paul R. Gregory and Robert C. Stuart},

The Preobrazhenskii-Feldman Myth and the Soviet Industrialization

The standard view of Soviet industrialization is that it aimed at accelerating economic growth by giving preference to heavy industry, a strategy credited to Preobrazhenskii and Feldman. This view

The Transformation of the Soviet Enterprise and its Management: A Literature Review

This article reviews literature on the transformation of the Soviet enterprise and its management. The review shows that Soviet management was much more multidimensional than previously assumed on

Debating China's Economic Growth: The Beijing Consensus or The Washington Consensus

Executive Overview This paper presents two competing views on China's growth experience over the past three decades. For the sake of illustrative ease and brevity I label these two opposing views as

The strategic interaction between managers and workers in Soviet industrial enterprises: Work-place motivation and economic performance

We construct a model of Soviet industrial enterprises, examining the strategic interaction between managers and workers as technology and workers' pay/performance relations evolve. Before 1965, when

New challenges to the forms of welfare provision in China after a decade of economic reform

country would ’reform its economy’ Jingzhi gaige) to serve the policy objectives of ’the Four Modernizations’.’ Since then, China has undergone a rapid economic and social transformation from a

Transforming Oligarchic Capitalism in Post-Soviet Space into Social-Democratic Capitalism: Words of Wisdom from Post-Keynesian Institutionalist Forerunners and Early Contributors

Abstract That the predatory capitalist orders in the emerging markets of the former Soviet Union require progressive reform is evident. To outline a framework for starting that comprehensive reform,

Déjà vu: economic determinants of Russia’s power in the historical perspective (1890–2020)

What reasons stood behind the instability of the power position of Russia over the last 130 years? This analysis, covering three periods of time: 1890–1913, 1980–1991, and 2000–2020, reveals

Two systems in one country: the origin, functions, and mechanisms of the rural-urban dual system in China

ABSTRACT This paper takes an interdisciplinary perspective to focus on the role played by the rural-urban dual system in China’s urbanization and migration. We explain its establishment in China in