3 edition of Czechoslovak economic planning system found in the catalog.
Czechoslovak economic planning system
by Institute of Finance, Copenhagen School of Economics and Business Administration in Frederiksberg C
Written in English
|LC Classifications||HC270.28 .H326 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 177 p. :|
|Number of Pages||177|
|LC Control Number||88111007|
Economic planning is often regarded as technique of managing an economy. When the structure of an economy becomes complex and subject to rapid change and transformation (due to population growth, discovery of resources, industrialisation, etc.) some sort of advance thinking becomes necessary to resolve that complexity and to prepare the economy. The size and orientation of Czechoslovak trade before was a consequence of the economic system used at that time. The economy was generally closed and eastward orientated and economic trade was planned just like all the other parts of the economy. One of.
As Dr Myant shows, economic and political developments have been as entwined in Czechoslovakia as elsewhere in the COMECON network. He presents a detailed account of the development and performance of the Czech economy over a period of forty years, and reveals the problems and tensions created by the chosen system of centralised planning. Czechoslovakia for Western Economic Support, 8 April , pp. CIA Analysis and the Prague Spring. Agency analysis in the Prague Spring focused in on two critical factors. This first of these was the importance of the Czechoslovak armed forces to Warsaw Pact military planning. In a war with NATO, the Czechoslovak army.
History of Economic Ideas. Vol. XXIV, /2. Papers. Theodore P. LIANOS, Aristotle on Population Size, Aristotle in his Politics, discusses: the territorial size of the city-state, the division of the land between public and private, the size of the population, and the desired per citizen product which is determined on the basis of the concept of good life. Czechoslovak economic bulletin. MLA Citation. Ceskoslovenska obchodni komora. and Czechoslovakia. Ministerstvo zahranicniho obchodu. Czechoslovak economic bulletin Australian/Harvard Citation. Ceskoslovenska obchodni komora. & Czechoslovakia. Ministerstvo zahranicniho obchodu. , Czechoslovak economic bulletin. Wikipedia Citation.
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The book’s unique use of the interview research format brings a vivid, close-up view of the everyday economic life in the centrally planned system. This will be a valuable contribution to the discussion surrounding the day-to-day reality of the system, which was. The book focuses on the description and analysis of the historical formation of the Czechoslovak and Czech positions in the international system during the course of the 20th century.
The first Czechoslovak economic planning system book of the book presents a brief outline of the history of Czechoslovak foreign policy between the First World War and the end of the Cold by: 3. Originally published inthis book assesses social and economic change against the background of the international economy and the dramatic political events of the twentieth century - the break up of the Habsburg Monarchy, the Peace Treaty of Versailles, the Munich Agreement of and the dismemberment of Czechoslovakia, the occupation by Nazi Germany, the attempt to Cited by: 2.
A multi-disciplinary examination of the modern political history, economic system and social institutions of Czechoslovakia, this study evaluates the successes and failures of the Marxist regime, and concludes with analysis of the reasons for, and events since, its collapse in Though originally planned as part of the "Marxist Regimes Cited by: Downloadable.
The paper starts with a very brief overview of changes in the Czechoslovak economic system after the WWII and especially after the Communist coup d'etat of There were quite visible socialist features in the post WWII developments, but before they were more of the West European type and the full-fledged Soviet-type command economy was introduce only after The book will appeal to both economic historians and students of economic history.
A warning against repeating past mistakes, this book will also be of interest to those seeking a greater knowledge of the realities and consequences of centrally planned : Libor Žídek.
Abstract. In the first half of the s, especially during the crisis years to (see Appendix Table), 2 the neo-Stalinist leaders of the Czechoslovak Communist Party felt impelled by the deterioration of the economy to question the advice of textbook economists who had been preaching the benefits of socialism without considering the specific problems of their own : Jiří Kosta.
It is not inconceivable for Czechoslovak planning to be veering toward some kind of a mixed planning system, with command elements dominating the segment of economic operations geared to exports to the Soviet Union and market-efficiency elements dominating the segment catering to Western trade and domestic demand.
Yet, with governments continuing to exercise economic management to accelerate growth beyond that achieved by market forces, techniques and models of development planning are still an integral. In addition to the banking system, another major financial tool for implementing economic policies and the annual plan was the central and republic government budgets.
The Czechoslovak government published little budget information. Western observers believed that small surpluses of revenues were more common than deficits, however. Centrally planned economies: theory and practice in socialist Czechoslovakia.
[Libor Žídek] -- Offering a retrospective view of how the system operated in Communist Czechoslovakia, this book is an important voice in the discussion about the systems of central planning.
This article focuses on the situation of the economy of Czechoslovakia in the global economy from the period after World War II up to Economic development in this period was significantly influenced by the political events that took place in Czechoslovakia inwhen it became part of the Eastern Bloc and a system of central planning was introduced Author: Marian Lebiedzik.
The Centrally Planned EconomyRestructuring the Economy to Conform with a Centrally Administered and Directed System of Planning and Control (); The Consequences of the Centrally Administered and Directed System of Planning and Control: Barriers to Growth and Economic Crisis (); On the Way to Reforming the Planning System (); 'Normalisation' of the Centrally Administered and Directive System of Economic Planning.
The Czechoslovak government relied on central planning as the operating system throughout the s. The economic slowdown in the early s re- sulted in reforms, which culminated during the Prague Spring of with a partial program of price liberalization, an attempt at separating economic.
The macroeconomic impact of the Czechoslovak new economic mechanism Arthur E. King 1 Economics of Planning vol pages 99 – () Cite this articleAuthor: Arthur E King. This book covers the following topics: The Nature and Scope of Economics, The Characteristics of the Present Economic System, The Evolution of Economic Society, The Evolution of Economic Society, The Economic Development of the United States, Elementary Concepts, Monopoly, Business Organization and International Trade.
Throughout Crowhurst highlights the economic factors of the occupation while downplaying the racial-ethnic components of Nazi planning. Crowhurst’s book is strongest in the fourth and fifth chapters on ‘Forced Labour’ and ‘Resources’, as he details the day-to-day specifics of the wartime material : Laura Brade.
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Lambert. The book begins with a background to the politico-sociological system in Czechoslovakia and proceeds to describe the Marxist-Leninist ideological foundation of the regime, which underpinned the formal setting of the Czechoslovak : Libor Žídek.The study describes the concept of the Czechoslovak economic reform prepared in and introduced gradually in The reform was, however, never fully implemented, and was scrapped following the political changes of /The brief introduction gives an outline of the causes which created the conditions favouring the elaboration of the draft of a new economic system which was.1 Cybernetics in Economics Oldrich Kyn, Pavel Pelikan Czechoslovak Economic Papers, no.
5, Abstract: In Kyn and Pelikan published in Czechoslovakiathe book “Kybernetika v.