Dobb, Maurice, Soviet Economic Development Since 1917, 6th ed.Londres: Routledge et Kegan Paul, 1966.
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|Categories: Économie, Marxisme
Publisher: Routledge et Kegan Paul (Londres)
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1. Introduction. The Significance of a Study or Soviet Economic Development for the Problems of Out Time
2. Russian Economic Development Prior to the First World War
3. The Prelude to November 1917
4. The First Eight Months
5. The Period of “War Communism”
6. The Transition to the New Economic Policy
7. The First Years of Economic Recovery and the “Scissors” Crisis of 1923
8. The Problem of Industrialisation
9. The Agrarian Situation on the Eve of the First Five Year Plan
10. The First Five year Plan
11. The Second Five Year Plan
12. The Third Five Year Plan and the War, and the Five Year Plan for Post-war Rehabilitation and Development
13. The Two Post-War Decades
14. The Planning System
15. The Financial Plan and the Financial System
16. The Location of Industry
17. Trade Unions, Wages and Conditions of Labour
Glossary of Terms
Index of Authorities
Index of Subjects
Sixième édition (révisée). Réimpressions en 1972 et 1978.
Quatrième de couverture :
The story of the economic development of the Soviet Union holds a special interest for our time. Since it provides the first case in history of the establishment of a socialist economy, it has an interest for economists and economic historians of our century at least as great as that of post-1979 France for political theorists and historians of the last century. At the same time, it affords an unique example of the transformations of a backward country into an industrial country of modern technique at an unprecedented tempo and under the guidance of a national economic plan. As such it may well become the classic type for the future industrialisation of the countries of Asia and of south-eastern Europe. It si doubtful whether in any previous age so profound a change affecting so large an area of the world’s surface has ever occurred within so narrow a span of time.
This work embodies some of the material which first appeared in 1928 in the author’s Russian Economic Development since the Revolution, and brings the story of Soviet economy down to the efforts at reconstruction after the Second World War. A new chapter added to the present edition covers the post-war decade from the end of the war to the announcement of the Sixth Five Year Plan.
Selon l’éditeur des Collected Works :
This book follows on from the author’s volume Russian Economic Development and although it encompasses some of the same material it charts the history and progress of the Soviet economy down to the efforts at reconstruction after The Second World War. A new chapter was added which covers the post-war decade from the end of the war to the announcement of the Sixth Year Plan.