4 edition of Soviet national income and product in 1937. found in the catalog.
|Series||Studies of the Russian Institute of Columbia University, Studies of the Russian Institute.|
|LC Classifications||HC340.I5 B4 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 156 p.|
|Number of Pages||156|
|LC Control Number||75104222|
Soviet National Income and Product in Abram Bergson. The Taxation of Corporate Income in Canada. Print the sales sheet: Journal of Political Economy. MOST READ. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within . Bergson's preferred measure of growth is in rouble factor cost in prices. By that measure, gross national product grew at per cent per year from to (Bergson , p. ). That growth rate is not out o linfe with the figures in this paragraph, but the comparison is inappropriate because o thfe different concept of national.
Soviet National Income and Product in , Columbia Univ. Press, New York () Google Scholar. 5. Abram Bergson. The Real National Income of Soviet Russia Since , Harvard Univ. Press, Cambridge () Google Scholar. 6. Soviet Industrial Production, – The Rival Estimates () Cited by: A. Bergson, The Soviet National Income and Product, in (New York: Columbia University Press, ). Google Scholar W. Nutter: ‘The Growth of Industrial Production in the Soviet Union’, NBER (Princeton: Princeton University Press, ).Cited by: 1.
National income and product may be viewed as the sums of the debit and credit sides of a consolidated product account. National income is generally defined as the income accruing to the residents of a nation from the use of their labor and property in production, while national product is the market value of the resulting final goods and. A number of official and Western estimates of China's national income for the period since are at present available. The official estimates are based on Author: Michael Kaser.
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Soviet national income and product in New York, Columbia University Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Bergson, Abram, Soviet national income and product in New York, Columbia University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Abram Bergson.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bergson, Abram, Soviet national income and product in Westport, Conn., Greenwood Press [, ©]. Soviet National Income and Product in By A. BERGSON. (New York: Columbia University Press (London: Geoffrey tables breaking down the Soviet national income by economic sector, by use, by industrial origin and much else admirable little book.
The symposium on " Soviet Economic Growth " consists of. Abram Bergson (Apin New York City – Apin Cambridge, Massachusetts) (born Abram Burk) was an American economist. In a paper Bergson defined and discussed the notion of an individualistic social welfare paper delineated necessary marginal conditions for economic efficiency, relative to.
real-valued ordinal utility functions of. Soviet national income – growth in % based on estimates of the official statistical agency of the Soviet Union, the CIA and revised estimates by Grigorii Khanin While all modernized economies were rapidly moving to computerization afterthe Soviet Union fell further and further cy: Soviet ruble (SUR).
Professor Bergson’s study is the first step toward a complete re-computation of the Soviet national income during the period of the Five Year plans. In a series of preliminary papers, as yet unpublished, Professor Bergson has also computed the Soviet national income and product for, and Leading scholars in the field analyze the Soviet economy sector by sector, from agriculture to defense and technology, and look at the key indicators of economic health over the period: employment, national income, exports, and population trends.
The book concludes with two chapters comparing the Russian economy at war under tsarism and communism.4/4(1). A revision of the calculations of Soviet national income that hav been presented in previous RAND publications (R, R, and RM).
RAND Report RPR, The Real National Income of Soviet Russia sincedeflates the current-price accounts to obtain estimates of Soviet national income in "real" : Abram Bergson, Hans Heymann, Oleg Hoeffding.
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Page Academy of Sciences of the U.S.S.R. This book is an ideal text for undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in comparative economic systems and twentieth-century economic history. Reviews Soviet national income and product in (New York). Bergson, A. The Real National Income of Soviet Russia since (Cambridge, MA).
Uses of National Income Data: 1:National Income as a measure of economic growth - Estimates of national income at constant prices indicate economic. Estimates of the national income and product of the USSR at current actual prices forand at current adjusted prices (ruble factor cost) for Over the periodthe share of gross investment rose from 26 to 28 percent (or.
Bergson, A. Soviet National Income and Product in New York: Columbia University Press. Google Scholar. 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.
Mirrors of the Economy Herrera, Yoshiko M. Published by Cornell University Press Herrera, Yoshiko M. Mirrors of the Economy: National Accounts and International Norms in Cited by: change in the product mix during these years, with the "composite, base" method being better suited for indicating how much more efficient the Soviet economy was toward the end of the subperiod at producing the mix than at producing the old mix of (For a proof of this proposition, see Bergson's The Real National Income of Soviet.
In the Gross National Product of the United States was about $ billion—say $3, per capita. The staff reports to the Joint economic Committee suggest a Soviet product, on the same purchasing power basis, somewhere between $ billion.
Productivity and the Social System - The U. and the West by Abram Bergson and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Total national income Kolganoff, oft.
ci., pp. 63, 65, and 2 CONCEPT OF NATIONAL INCQME The Soviet concept of national income, founded on Karl Marx' ideas, is associated with the net output method of estimation. National income is commonly defined as "that part of the social.
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BERGSON, Abram (SIGNED) and Hans Heymann. In this book Mark Harrison rebuilds and analyses the Soviet economy's wartime statistical record, examining its prewar size and composition, and wartime changes in GNP, employment, the defence burden, and the role of foreign aid.
Complementing classic long-run growth studies, the book compares the Soviet experience with that of other great powers.Book January -BERGSON, Abram, HEYMANN JR., Hans.
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