Gains in the Soviet standard of living under the seven-year plan

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International Arts and Sciences Press , New York
Soviet Union -- Economic policy -- 1959-1965, Soviet Union -- Economic conditions -- 1955
Statementby Viktor Zhukov
The Physical Object
Pagination64 p. :
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Open LibraryOL15264678M

Gains in the Soviet Standard of Living Under the Seven- Year Plan is a document prepared by Viktor Zhukov, a young economist in the Financial Research Institute of the USSR Ministry of Finance.

This translation is of special interest to American readers in that it presents the Soviet viewpoint on the highly important question of using the.

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Soviet seven year plan: 1st ed. London: Todd Reference Books, Print. Print. Press release issued by the Soviet Embassy in London dated, Friday, Novemunder the title ‘Target of Seven-year Plan of Development of National Economy of USSR–Theses of N.S. Khrushchov’s Report to twenty-first Congress of Communist.

Unlike other planning periods, saw the announcement of a seven-year plan (Russian: семилетка, semiletka), approved by the 21st Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union in This was merged into a Seventh Five-Year Plan inwhich was launched with the slogan "catch up and overtake the USA by ".

"Today our task is to tip the scales in world production in favor of the Socialist system against the capitalistic system, to surpass the most advanced capitalist countries in labor productivity and output per head of population, and to attain the world's highest living standards.

In this stage of the competition, the Soviet Union intends to surpass the United States economically."--N. S Cited by: 1. Gains in the Soviet Standard of Living under the Seven-Year Plan By Victor Zhukov International Arts and Sciences Press, Read preview Overview How the United States Used Competition to Win the Cold War By Norquist, Warren E.

Advances in Competitiveness Research, Vol. 10, No. 1, Annual A discussion of the new Soviet Seven Year Plan for and of Khrushchev's prediction that in fifteen years the USSR will "take the first place in the world not only in total output but also in per-capita production." The United States cannot afford to ignore this objective of output expansion as set forth in Soviet national policy.

Title: The Soviet Seven Year Plan Author: Oleg Hoeffding Subject: A discussion of the new Soviet Seven Year Plan for and of Khrushchev's prediction that in fifteen years the USSR will "take the first place in the world not only in total output but also in per-capita production.".

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Industrialization in the Soviet Union was a process of accelerated building-up of the industrial potential of the Soviet Union to reduce the economy's lag behind the developed capitalist states, which was carried out from May to June The official task of industrialization was the transformation of the Soviet Union from a predominantly agrarian state into a leading industrial one.

NIKITA Khrushchev's report on the new Seven Year Plan forpublished last November and endorsed by the January Party Congress, is a package remarkable both for its content and its vivid wrapping. The hard content was provided by the data on past economic achievements of the Soviet Union which Khrushchev reviewed, as well as by what he revealed of his economic program for Cited by: 1.

Extraordinary 21st Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union: ON CONTROL FIGURES FOR DEVELOPMENT OF THE U.S.S.R.

NATIONAL ECONOMY IN Report by Comrade N. Khrushchev Rise in the Living Standard of the Soviet People. -Comrades.

Our enemies abroad cry that the Soviet seven-year plan was drawn up with emphasis on. Under the Seven Year Plan, productivity of labor is to be increasedercent while holding the gain in employment to approximatelyercent.

The gross output of the food-processing industry is scheduled to rise more thanercent during the plan period, and capitalin the industry la to amount to at least illion rubles. khrushchev's theses on the seven-year soviet economic plan () keywords: soviet union, ussr, soviet, economic, krushchev, finished intelligence, economic plan, soviet economic analysis created date: 8/31/ am.

Above all, they have seen the end of the wage freeze and the beginning of a new betterment in their standard of living. The picture obviously changes if, instead of comparing the achievements of the Khrushchev seven year plan to the promises of the new five year plan, one compares the promises of yesterday to the promises of today.

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Inthe USSR placed about 25 billion rubles, some 21 per cent of its total national investment, in the production capital of farms; the U.S. is now placing about 5 per cent. For the Seven Year Planthe USSR again projected about a 21 per cent share for farms.

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The June introduction of the Three-Year Plan for Light Industry as part of the Third Seven-Year Plan is intended to boost the standard of living by addressing consumer needs. The Third Seven-Year Plan gave a great deal of attention to developing foreign trade and joint ventures, the first time a plan has addressed these cy: North Korean won.

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