The challenge : economics of perestroika
- Abel Aganbegyan ; edited by Michael Barratt Brown.
- London : Hutchinson, 1988.
- Physical description
- xxvii, 248 p. ; 23 cm.
- Second world.
- The challenge of perestroika: transition to intensive development
- strengthening social provision
- radical reform of management
- more cooperatives and self-employment
- glasnost, democracy and self-management
- the first steps
- will it happen?
- on the eve - the lessons of history
- efficiency as the driving force of perestroika
- the challenge of technological breakthrough
- new investment policy
- the radical reform of management
- plan and market
- an open economy
- the enterprise - incentives for self-development
- perestroika for people
- glasnost, democracy, self-management as the dynamo of perestroika
- can the Soviet economy sustain a new round of the arms race?
- in place of a conclusion - the Soviet economy in the 21st century. Appendix 1 Use of dynamic inter-branch models to study the future growth of the Soviet economy. Appendix 2 Mathematical economic research into the problem of combining centralisation in the development of the national economic system with independence of its separate productive units.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)
- Publisher's Summary
Abel Aganbegyan, once Gorbachev's closest economic advisor, looks at the far-reaching effects of reconstruction on the Soviet economy.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
- Publication date
- The Second World
- Includes index.
- 0091730392 (cased)
- 9780091730390 (cased)
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