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Economic administration and labor productivity on a Soviet state farm.
|Series||[East European Fund] Mimeographed series,, no. 63|
|LC Classifications||DK1 .E35 no. 63|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||54004366|
The Soviet Union, the United States, and Industrial Agriculture The Soviet Union, the United States, and Industrial Agriculture aaron hale-dorrell International Center for the History and Sociology of World War II and Its Consequences, National Research UniversityHigher School of Economics ikita Sergeevich Khrushchev spent Wednesday, Septem , on a farm . Labor productivity (and in turn incomes) tended to be greater on the sovkhozy. Workers in state farms received wages and social benefits, whereas those on the collective farms tended to receive a portion of the net income [ citation needed ] of their farm, based, in part, on the success of the harvest and their individual contribution.
After a few years of free prices in the NEP (New Economic Policy) period, the Soviet Union established a system of compulsory deliveries of farm products to the state at very low prices, constituting in effect heavy taxes on the farm sector. Quantities over the . THE SOVIET ECONOMIC SYSTEM: A LEGAL ANALYSIS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This Executive Summary recapitulates in a few pages the several dozen pages of our Final Report. That Report in turn is a condensation of the —page manuscript produced under the present contract. This manuscript is to be published as a book by Westview Press in In our.
The productivity of Soviet farm labor is only a fraction of that of US farm labor. In million Soviet farm workers produced some $33 billion ( prices), while some million US farm workers produced some $ billion (Diamond and Davis ). Books shelved as russian-economic-history: Russia as a 'Developing Society' by Teodor Shanin, Lenin's Brain and Other Tales from the Secret Soviet Archiv.
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Vol. 14, No. 4, Dec., Published by: Association for Slavic, Economic Administration and Labor Productivity on a Soviet State Farm. by Alexander Dobrovolsky.
Consumer Cooperatives in the Soviet Union. by Peter Uranov; Economic Administration and Labor Productivity on a Soviet State Farm. by Alexander Dobrovolsky (pp. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dobrovolsky, Alexander, Economic administration and labor productivity on a Soviet state farm.
New York: Research Program on the U.S.S.R., "Farm to Factory provide[s] new insights on several key issues and presents a stimulating and wide-ranging perspective on twentieth-century Soviet social and economic history."Gijs Kessler, International Review of Social History "Co-Winner of the Ranki Prize, Economic Cited by: The improved outlook this year, stemming partly from better weather and partly from a push toward a new system of labor organization on state and collective farms, could give the new Soviet.
Economic administration and labor productivity on a Soviet state farm. Published Author Dobrovolsky, Alexander, Limited (search only) Productivity of labor in building construction. Published Author Douglas, Damon G.
To say that history's greatest economic experiment--Soviet communism--was also its greatest economic failure is to say what many consider obvious. Here, in a startling reinterpretation, Robert Allen argues that the USSR was one of the most successful developing economies of the twentieth century.
He reaches this provocative conclusion by recalculating national consumption and using economic. Soviet Economic System Alec Nove. Categories: Economy. Year: Edition: 3. Publisher: Unwin Hyman. Language: english.
labor price investment management soviet economic thus plans economic system party You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be. labor/land ratios on smaller farms and therefore higher pre-acre yields.
While the dual labor market hypothesis is the more common explanation for the inverse farm size-productivity relationship [Bhalla (, p. )], its univer- sal applicability has been challenged [e.g., see Squire (, p. 92) on the lack. That is, once the labor/land ratio begins to rise, it becomes more profitable for the plantation owner to rent out his land, rather than to farm it as a plantation.
Or once the country obtains independence, the main political support of the plantation is removed, and the plantation system by: Production Economics & Farm Management 5 8) Evaluation of agricultural policies of the government.
b) Farm management activities are differently viewed by different authors. Farm managers are generally responsible for taking up technical, commercial, financial File Size: 2MB. Get this from a library. USSR farm production in [United States.
Department of Agriculture. Economic Research Service. Foreign Regional Analysis Division.;]. Understanding the pattern of postwar slowdown in Soviet productivity growth requires evaluation of the impact of World War II and associated shocks.
Continuous productivity series for industry and the whole economy are estimated for the period – The pattern of Soviet productivity growth was highly disturbed; by postwar standards its underlying growth was slow. The third essay identifies human capital and farm organization factors that slowed the decline in production at some collective farms compared with others at the early stages of reforms;The first essay is a theoretical analysis of the effects of uncertainty in income on labor allocation decisions of households that have access to subsidiary by: 1.
Dobrovolskii, Aleksandr, "The operation of a state farm." 28p. Dobrovolskii, Aleksandr, "Proizvoditel'nost' truda i ekonomika sovkhozov," 62p.
This was number 63 in the mimeographed series, "Economic administration and labor productivity on a Soviet state farm".
Raising Labor Productivity in Agriculture - A Major Condition for the Building of Communism. Problems in Economics: Vol. 5, No. 7, pp. Author: A. Glukhov. tatives of the Chief Administration of Labor Reserves and of the Administration for the Or-ganized Recruitment of Workers; and for visits to a People's Court, with an interview with the judge, to three ten-year schools, and to one col-lective farm.
The author is indebted for encouragement and aid at various stages of the study, especially. Labor supply, income, and welfare of the farm household☆ Yang-Ming Chang a,1, Biing-Wen Huang b,⁎, Yun-Ju Chen b,2 a Department of Economics, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, USA b Department of Applied Economics, National Chung-Hsing University, Taichung, Taiwan article info abstract Article history: Received 14 January Received in revised form 9 March Estimates of productivity growth in the U.S.
farm sector forand estimates of the growth/relative levels of productivity across States for Note: Updates of the State-level statistics are suspended. (Quality of national statistics is preserved.). Gorbachev sought to increase agricultural labor productivity by forming contract brigades consisting of ten to thirty farmworkers who managed a piece of land leased from a state or collective farm.
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Iowa State University Capstones, Theses and Dissertations Three essays on productivity in post-Soviet primary agriculture Lyubov Arnoldovna Kurkalova Iowa State University Follow this and additional works at: Part of theAgricultural Economics Commons, and Cited by: 1.SOVIET ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN THE s: SOME BASIC DATA CONTENTS (I) INTRODUCTION (II) GLOSSARY (III) BIBLIOGRAPHY (IV) TABLES I INTRODUCTION These tables on Soviet economic development in the s are a product of ESRC Grant RES, Soviet Economic Policy and Development from the XVII to the XVIII Party Congresses, File Size: KB.The study, based largely on extensive research in Soviet sources, estimates prewar trends of labor productivity in a number of Soviet industries; compares their levels with corresponding industries in the United States; and makes some interesting conjectures regarding underlying factors and future trends.
The book is well documented, and is a handy reference for data previously unavailable to.