Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Alexander Gerschenkron ; assisted by Alexander Erlich|
|Series||Rand report -- R-197, R (Rand Corporation) -- R-197.|
|LC Classifications||HD9705 R92 G47|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 357 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||357|
Soviet Machinery Outputt 61 The dollar index of Soviet machinery output registers an index value in relative to of per cent, as compared to between I per cent and I per cent for the official machinery index in I rubles, depending upon which of several versions of the official index . This study represents part of a more comprehensive "recomputation of the rate of growth of industrial output in Russia," an undertaking justified by the shortcomings of the official Soviet index . A Dollar Index of Soviet Machinery Output to , The RAND Corporation, R, April 6, , pp. See Benjamin Chinitz and Raymond Vernon, "Changing Forces in Industrial Location," Harvard Business Review, Vol. XXXVIII (January-February ). 20 Gerschenkron, Alexander, A Dollar Index of Soviet Machinery Output –28 to (Santa Monica, California: RAND Corporation Report R, April 6, ); Bergson, Abram, The Real National Income of Soviet Russia Since (Cambridge, Mass., ), chapter xii; Bergson, “Reliability and Usability of Soviet Statistics: A Summary Cited by:
Gerschenkron, Alexander. Overview. A dollar index of Soviet machinery output, to by Alexander Gerschenkron (Book) 6 editions published A dollar index of Soviet iron and steel output / by Alexander Gerschenkron. Book January A Dollar Index of Soviet Machinery Output, to Santa Monica: Rand Corporation, -GINSBURGS, G., POMORSKI, S. A Profile of the Soviet Constitution of For a discussion of this hypothesis see Alexander Gerschenkron,A Dollar Index of Soviet Machinery Output, –28 to The RAND Corporation, R, April 6, , pp. 47– 13 A recent study by Victor Fuchs on the determinants of manufacturing redistribution provides some insights relevant to this by: See his A Dollar Index of Soviet Machinery Output, –28 to (Santa Monica, California, ). For a mathematical treatment of the “Gerschenkron Effect” see Ames, E. and Carolson, J. A., “ Production Index Bias a Measure of Economic Development,” Oxford Economic Papers, 20 (03 ), 12 – If this effect holds for Cited by:
Gerschenkron, A Dollar Index of Soviet Machinery Output: /28 to (Santa Monica, California: Rand Corporation), R (6 April ). A com-parison of gross value and value added indexes applied to the same data bases is made in E. Domar, "An index number tournament," Quarterly Journal of Economics, No. 2 (81) (May ), pp. Growth of Industrial Production in the Soviet Union. By G. Warren Nutter, Israel Borenstein and Adam Kaufman. (). A Dollar Index of Soviet Coal Output, /28—" (). ADollar Index of Soviet Machinery Output. Plans that Joseph Stalin introduced to industrialize the Soviet Union rapidly, beginning in They set goals for the output of steel, electricity, machinery, and most other products and were enforced by the police powers of the state. They succeeded in making the Soviet Union a . A dollar index of Soviet machinery output, to (Santa Monica, Calif., Rand Corp., ), by Alexander Gerschenkron and Rand Corporation (page images at HathiTrust) The role of cost in Soviet machine building.