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Input-output analysis and the Soviet economy

an annotated bibliography

by Vladimir G. Treml

  • 251 Want to read
  • 25 Currently reading

Published by Praeger in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Soviet Union
    • Subjects:
    • Input-output tables -- Soviet Union -- Bibliography.,
    • Soviet Union -- Economic conditions -- Bibliography.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementVladimir G. Treml.
      SeriesPraeger special studies in international economics and development
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ7165.R9 T67
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 180 p. ;
      Number of Pages180
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5421691M
      ISBN 100275288102
      LC Control Number73015200

      Economy," is almost a little book in itself ( pages). It may be viewed as a Lange's paper, "Some Observations on Input-Output Analysis," is a concise (34 pages) treatment of the formulation and elementary theory of input-out- the light it sheds on Soviet economic thought, and on .


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Input-output analysis and the Soviet economy by Vladimir G. Treml Download PDF EPUB FB2

Focusing on the economy of the Soviet Union, this book applies input-output and optimization analysis to theoretical, numerical, and empirical studies of socialist economies.

Identifying promising lines of investigation in the development of Soviet mathematical economics, Kuboniwa further extneds the Soviet research, including Novozhilov's Author: Masaaki Kuboniwa.

The Structure of the Soviet Economy. Analysis and Reconstruction of the Input-Output Table. [Vladimir G. Treml, Dimitri M.

Gallik, Barry L. Kostinsky, Kurt W. Kruger] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Structure of the Soviet Economy. Analysis and Reconstruction of the Input-Output : Kurt W. Kruger Vladimir G. Treml, Dimitri M. Gallik, Barry L. Kostinsky. The Russian economic ‘balance’ and input‐output analysis: A reply.

Soviet Studies: Vol. 15, No. 3, pp. Cited by: 4. fundamental to input-output analysis. This leads us to the conclusion that Nuti's attribution of a role to Chayanov in the development of input-output analysis is unfounded.

Moreover, the author of this note has searched the Soviet economic literature of the s carefully and has found no evidence of Dmitriev's influence on planning concepts. Economic issues were the cornerstone of soviet ideology and the soviet system, and economic issues brought the whole system crashing down Input-output analysis and the Soviet economy book This book is a record of what happened, and it is also an analysis of the failure of Soviet economics as a concept.

Input–output planning was never adopted because the material balance system had become entrenched in the Soviet economy, and input–output planning was shunned for ideological reasons.

As a result, the benefits of consistent and detailed planning through input–output analysis were never realized in the Soviet-type economies.

Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features Random House, - Input-output analysis - pages. 0 forecasting construction consumption functions detailed determinant direct and indirect discussed dollar of final dynamic input-output Economic Development Economics and Statistics.

Founded inthe NBER is a private, non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to conducting economic research and to disseminating research findings among academics, public policy makers, and business professionals.

Input–output analysis, economic analysis developed by the 20th-century Russian-born U.S. economist Wassily W. Leontief, in which the interdependence of an economy’s various productive sectors is observed by viewing the product of each industry both as a commodity demanded for final consumption and as a factor in the production of itself and other goods.

Input-output analysis ("I-O") is a form of economic analysis based on the interdependencies between economic sectors. This method is most commonly used for estimating the impacts of positive or.

input–output analysis in regional economic planning in the Soviet Union (Ellman, ) and for comparison of the economic structures of the U.S. and the U.S.S.R (Long, ). During the Soviet period the intersectoral balance of the Azerbaijan economy had been constructed periodically by the Economics Institute of the State Planning Committee.

structure of the Soviet economy analysis and reconstruction of the input-output table. Want to read; 1 Currently reading; Published by Research Analysis Corp.

in McLean, Va. Written in English Places: Soviet Union, Soviet Union. Subjects: Input-output tables -- Soviet. The Russian claims for the invention of input-output analysis The role of soviet economics and statistics was first evoked at the end of the fifties that is to say just after McCarthyism in the US and, in the USSR, after Stalin’s9 death in We may understand the appearance of the “soviet origins of input-output analysis” as a.

3 Indeed, indubitably born in the USA, input-output analysis has an important European history, from its very beginnings in the Soviet Union to the postwar huge development of I/O techniques in Western and Northern Europe.

This paper studies the European experience of input-output analysis by surveying and analyzing some of the national experiences and especially the work done in Great-Britain.

Get this from a library. The structure of the Soviet economy; analysis and reconstruction of the input-output table. [Vladimir G Treml; United States. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency.; Research Analysis Corporation.; Soviet Union.

T︠S︡entralʹnoe statisticheskoe upravlenie.;]. INPUT-OUTPUT ANALYSIS AND SOVIET PLANNING* By HERBERT S. LEVINE University of Pennsylvania One of the consequences of Premier Khrushchev's virulent attack on Stalin and Stalinism, at the Twentieth Communist Party Congress inwas the removal of the stamp of heresy from Soviet discus-sions of a number of contemporary techniques of economic.

Volume IIIB – The Soviet Forces, Mobilisation and War Economy: June to December (Part II) Volume IV – The Finnish, Rumanian, Hungarian, Slovakian and Italian Forces on the East Front in ; Volume V – Relative Overall Combat Proficiency (ROCP) of Soviet and Axis Forces during WWII.

Input-output tables (IO tables) to an economist are like nutrition manuals to a dietician. Just as dieticians refer to nutrition manuals to determine how particular foods are digested and distributed around the patient’s body, economists refer to IO tables to determine how particular products are digested and distributed around the economy.

In the 17th century, Continue reading A Brief. A comprehensive analysis of the Soviet economy from a legal perspective, this book discusses the Soviet theory of legal regulation of economic activity and the formal structure of economic legislation.

The authors argue that two contradictory tendencies characterize the Soviet economic regulatory system: reform and retreat from reform. Legal reform efforts usually result from the attempt to.

Part of a larger study designed to develop new methods and models for analyzing the Soviet economy that are linked more closely than are existing models to certain key characteristics of the Soviet system, this Note investigates Soviet decisionmaking during plan implementation using a prototype input-output.

Books and Monographs; CIA's Analysis of the Soviet Union, Assessing Soviet Economic Performance Author's Comments: James Noren [PDF Only MB*] CIA/RR 53, DecemberLong-Run Soviet Economic Growth [PDF Only KB*] CIA/RR Input-Output Analysis contains new contributions to inter-industry economics by a set of internationally respected authors.

The first part sketches the current state-of-the-art, ands explores the frontiers for traditional topics in input-output analysis such as interindustry linkages, feedback effects, and the composition of economic changes.

A Model of Soviet-Type Economic Planning By MICHAEL MANOVE* Each year, planning agencies in the Soviet Union construct an annual eco- nomic plan for the calendar year that fol- lows. The annual plan is an important element in the Soviet schema for achieving long-term economic. Wassily Wassilyevich Leontief (Russian: Василий Васильевич Леонтьев; August 5, – February 5, ), was a Russian-American economist known for his research on input-output analysis and how changes in one economic sector may affect other sectors.

Leontief won the Nobel Committee's Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences inand four of his doctoral. Economic issues were the cornerstone of soviet ideology and the soviet system, and economic issues brought the whole system crashing down in This book is a record of what happened, and it is also an analysis of the failure of Soviet economics as a concept.

The Soviet Armed Forces, Mobilisation and War Economy from June to December Table of Contents. Introduction 1. The Actual Strength of all Soviet Land Combat Units in a Deployed (D) State on 22nd June 1) Reserves of the Stavka GK (Headquarters of the Main Command) a.

The 16th Army i. Rifle Divisions ii. 5th Mechanised Corps iii. The article seeks to analyse the relationship between different forms of economic calculation in the Soviet Union, concentrating on monetary calculations used by the State Bank and on the use of ‘material balances’ and of input‐output analysis in planning the Soviet economy.

economic analysis or policy thinking in almost any country in the world. Whereas before World War II the term economic planning fre-quently carried, for many people in both professional and popular dis-course, unfavorable connotations of centralization and autocratic con-trol, it is now widely regarded as a good thing which should be prac.

He published his input-output analysis of the U.S. economy injust before the United States entered World War II. During that war, government analysts used Leontief’s input-output framework to map Germany’s economy, taking advantage of the fact that the Germans liked to. In some sense, learning about the problems of planned economy is the best way to understand the accomplishment of a market economy.

This book takes stock of a lifelong scholarship analyzing the rise and collapse of the Soviet planning system. Input-output models can be viewed as a very general form of benefit-cost analysis, The latter has typically been applied only to individual projects and requires many economic assumptions (about equilibrium, optimality, and "consumer surplus," for example) that.

Russia’s Soviet era was distinguished not by economic growth or human development, but by the use of the economy to build national power. On the centenary of the Bolshevik revolution ofthis column shows that while the education of women and better survival rates of children improved opportunities for many citizens, Soviet Russia was a tough and unequal environment in.

Input-output analysis shows the extensive process by which inputs in one industry produce outputs for consumption or for input into another industry. The matrix devised by Leontief is often used to show the effect of a change in production of a final good on the demand for inputs.

Take, for example, a 10 percent increase in the production of shoes. Economy: A Millennial Perspective, first published in and The World Economy: Historical Statistics, published in This new edition contains StatLinks, which allow you to download the tables in Excel® format.

The World Economy is a “must” for scholars and students of economics and economic. The European nations that had fought in the Great War emerged economically and socially crippled.

Economic depression prevailed in Europe for much of the inter-war period, and debtor nations found it impossible to pay their debts without borrowing even more money, at higher rates, thus worsening the economy to an even greater degree. International conferences were held on the subject, bibliographic references on input-output research were compiled, textbooks on input-output analysis were published, and at least fifty countries adopted the use of input-output tables to administer national economic activity, including the United States, the Soviet Union, the Common Market.

the Soviet economy had stopped growing almost entirely and that economic impera-tives led to its collapse. Since the Soviet economy could not meet the demand for consumer goods from the rising urban middle class, it began losing their support Incremental economic and political reforms were sabotaged by an alliance of.

Free Online Library: Information, bureaucracy, and economic reforms in China and the Soviet Union. by "World Politics"; International relations Political science Perestroika Analysis Printer Frien, articles and books.

Igor Yakovlevich Birman (J – April 6, ) was a Russian-American economist. Received his Ph.D. in Authored a number of books translated into four languages and some articles in professional periodicals and also in the popular press (Izvestia, Literaturnaya gazeta, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post.

Russia and the other fourteen post-Soviet states inherited a currency union based on the Soviet ruble and thus composed the so-calledrublevaia zona, or ruble been part of the Soviet economy, which was designed to achieve economies of scale through an extraordinary degree of enterprise and regional specialization, post-Soviet states also inherited an unusual degreeandkind of.

Soviet industrial development, too, was plagued with inefficiencies. In a typical market economy, particular places specialize in the production of certain goods and the system works out the most efficient method of production and distribution.

A furniture maker might locate near a supply of hardwood, for example, to minimize transportation costs.The Soviet economy, directed with determined ruthless skill, has been advancing for years at such a fast and steady pace that in total--if not per capita--national income, Russia is now second only to the United States; the output of certain of its key industries, such as machine tool building, for example, has even exceeded that of ours.The Soviet economy faces in this decade the most fundamental peacetime problems it has known since the beginnings of the command system in the s.

Western analysts are virtually unanimous on the Soviets' economic difficulties but disagree among themselves about the implications.