2 edition of strategy of development of the Soviet machine tool industry, 1926-1941 found in the catalog.
strategy of development of the Soviet machine tool industry, 1926-1941
by Centre for Russian and East European Studies, University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English
|Statement||by J. M. Cooper.|
|Series||CREES discussion papers -- 7|
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The predominant account of Soviet industrialization in Western literature is that it aimed at accelerating economic growth by concentrating investment in heavy industry, a strategy credited to.
An examination of Soviet computer research and development; the problems that plague the industry and the ways in which the government and Party have attempted to cope with them; and the constraints, incentives, and feedback mechanisms of the system acquisition process as they operate in a closely controlled, bureaucratic structure.
By dreams of “Americanization” were mesmerizing Soviet engineers and managers. Soviet planners believed that their future required large systems of production on a regional scale, larger even than those in the United States; they would be feasible because socialism would not be burdened by the political and economic “contradictions” of capitalism, which constrained the full.
The Soviet Union took part in World War II from strategy of development of the Soviet machine tool industry the war's end in At the start of the war, the Soviet Union suffered loss of valuable lands with economic and agricultural potential, great industrial losses and human casualties.
This was all caused by the invasion of the Soviet Union by Axis forces in Operation Barbarossa and it resulted in a rapid decline in industrial strategy of development of the Soviet machine tool industry.
Socialist Models of Development covers the theories and principles in socialism development. This book discusses the social evolution of different countries and the historical backgrounds that influence such evolution. The opening sections deal with the socialism and economic appraisal of Burma, Iraq, Syria, Tanzania, and Africa.
Dezinformatsia: Active Measures in Soviet Strategy (and a later edition published as Dezinformatsia: The Strategy of Soviet Disinformation) is a non-fiction book about disinformation and information warfare used by the KGB during the Soviet Union period, as part of their active measures tactics.
The book was co-authored by Richard H. Shultz, professor of international politics at Tufts. The Development Strategy THE OVER-ALL VIEW In order to keep things in proper perspective right from the start, let us reveal an important part of the plot in advance.
In Table 1 are shown some of the most recent Western measurements of Soviet development trends through It is, of course, impossible to discuss here the full implications of. Soviet Military Operational Art: In Pursuit of Deep Battle 1st Edition.
By Colonel David M. Glantz Janu David Glantz examines the Soviet study of war, the re-emergence of the operation level and its connection with deep battle, the evolution of the Soviet theory of operations in depth beforeand its refinement and application in the European theatre and the Far East between.
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Menaul --The Soviet air force / Air Vice-Marshal S. The Soviet Oil and Gas Industry Inthe Soviet Union was both the world’s largest producer of oil and its largest gas is ironic, therefore, that much of the discussion of Soviet energy that has taken place in the West centered until recently on a debate over the continued viability of Soviet energy independence, at.
Soviet Union, USSR, industry Reports on two phases of the Russian Industrial Revolution--the development of heavy industry and the attempts to collectivize the farmland. Considers how the industrial plan affects all phases of Russian life and examines the Soviet challenge to the free world.
B COPY sxx FACULTYWORKING PAPERNO WorldWar IIandSovietEconomicGrowth, THELIBRARYORSQffl JULo UNIVERSITYOFILLINOIS. Stalin's First Five-Year Plan, adopted by the party incalled for rapid industrialization of the economy, with an emphasis on heavy industry.
It set goals that were unrealistic—a percent increase in overall industrial development and a percent expansion in heavy industry alone.
Military strategy is a set of ideas implemented by military organizations to pursue desired strategic goals. Derived from the Greek word strategos, the term strategy, when it appeared in use during the 18th century, was seen in its narrow sense as the "art of the general", or "'the art of arrangement" of troops.
Military strategy deals with the planning and conduct of campaigns, the movement. INDUSTRIALIZATION, SOVIET The industrialization of the Soviet Union proceeded at a rapid pace between the two World Wars, starting in Within an historically short period of twelve to fifteen years, an economically backward agrarian country achieved rapid economic growth, created a more modern industrial sector, and acquired new technologies that changed it from an agrarian to an.
Since the late 's Soviet economic planners almost obsessively concentrated on the development of heavy industry. They did this for the sake of developing more heavy industry--especially the expansion of steel the First Five-Year Pl /5(5).
As a result of a whole number of factors, the Soviet industrialization would be confined, for the most part, to the one-sided priority development of heavy industry. Another peculiarity of Stalin’s industrialization was that the country’s international isolation meant that the USSR could not rely on foreign credits and external assistance.
The Soviet Union, in particular, had contended with a “hybrid industrial system” prone to frequent machine-based stoppages and enormous turnover. Continuing in the vein of the party-manipulated factory conflicts of the NEP era, the tendency of individual laborers to demonstrate “grassroots worker initiative” often further disrupted the.
Development of the state monopoly on foreign trade. The government of the Soviet Union always held a monopoly on all foreign trade activity, but only after the death of Joseph Stalin in did the government accord importance to foreign trade activities.
Before that time, the Bolsheviks' ideological opposition to external economic control, their refusal to pay Russia's World War I debts, and. Required Cookies & Technologies. Some of the technologies we use are necessary for critical functions like security and site integrity, account authentication, security and privacy preferences, internal site usage and maintenance data, and to make the site work correctly for browsing and transactions.
The statute of the People's Commissariat of Heavy Machine Building was confirmed on 23 April Among the main administrations organized under it was the Main Administration of Machine Tool Building Industry, which developed into a people's commissariat in List of ministers.
On the Ten Major Relationships (simplified Chinese: 论十大关系; traditional Chinese: 論十大關係; pinyin: lùn shídà guānxì) is a speech by Mao Zedong which outlines how the People's Republic of China would construct socialism different from the model of development undertaken by the Soviet was delivered by Mao during an enlarged session of a Politburo meeting of the.
Abstract. The role of heavy industry has been a subject of considerable controversy, both in practice — see the Indian and Soviet debates 2 — and in theory. Neo-classical economists distinguish between projects rather than industries: that is to say, their methodology tends to assume that no particular merit (or demerit) may be attached to a project because it is in a particular industry.
Science in Russia and the Soviet Union. This book is an excellent as an introductory chapter into the scientific culture of Russia.
It begins with the development of science before theunder Imperial Russia, and it furthers the story on into the October Revolution and science under the Soviet Union. In his book, "The Rise and Fall of Strategic Planning" (Free Press), Henry Mintzberg argues that the current method of creating strategy--strategic planning--does not work.
It fails, he maintains, because it incorrectly assumes that discontinuities can be predicted, that strategists can be disconnected from the operations and that strategy. However, in the s and especially the 80s, the Soviet system began to fray at the edges, and after the collapse of the Soviet Union inmachine tool production dropped precipitously.
Soviet industry had always been inefficient, but with the protection of the Iron Curtain, better and cheaper machine tools from the West could not drive. Organization of Research, Development and Production in the Soviet Computer Industry.
Report RPR. Santa Monica: The Rand Corporation, December Carr III, John W., Alan J. Perlis, James E. Robertson, and Norman R Scott. Victory tells the story of a secret U.S. strategy developed in the Reagan White House in early that hastened the demise of the Soviet Union. In this explosive book, Peter Schweizer provides the riveting details of how the Reagan administration undermined the Soviet economy and its dwindling resource base while subverting the Kremlin's hold Reviews: Historical development Origins.
The strategic management discipline originated in the s and s. Among the numerous early contributors, the most influential were Peter Drucker, Philip Selznick, Alfred Chandler, Igor Ansoff, and Bruce Henderson. The discipline draws from earlier thinking and texts on 'strategy' dating back thousands of years.
Prior tothe term "strategy" was. Discusses (1) the size of Soviet military forces (nuclear, naval, air and ground) (2) the ideological drive behind Soviet defence policy (3) possible future doctrinal developments. Since the late s, changing technology has stimulated doctrinal change, giving rise to concepts of multi-front operations.
But the doctrinal vision is at the moment unrealisable, and the Soviets may thus be. This book is a detailed study of the role of innovation in Soviet industry. While focusing on this specific factor, it also considers the other crucial features that feed into the decision to innovate: planning, purchasing and marketing, money and finance, Author: Joseph S.
Berliner. The reinvigoration of operational art, problems of strategy and operational art in Soviet military works (, M.V. Zakharov ()-- the development of the theory of Soviet operational art in the s, G.
Isserson ()-- was our military theory in the s turned to the past?, A. Golubev ()-- some questions concerning the. INDUSTRIALIZATION, RAPID Soviet growth strategy was focused on fast growth through intensive industrialization.
It involved the self-development of an industrial base, concentrated in capital goods or "means of production," also dubbed "Sector A" according to Marxian jargon. It became the official strategy of the Soviet leadership as a resolution of the Soviet Industrialization debate that.
I found this book very easy to read and a well taught history of the soviet military nuclear power. It describes the rise and fall of all the aspects of the soviet nuclear war machine, from the bomb itself, to the various delivery systems.
It offers an outstanding insights into the decision making process of the soviet state s: According to the Weiss article and Reed's book, the Soviet authorities in set up a new KGB section, known as Directorate T, to plumb Western research and development .Foresight Economic, industry and corporate trends Executive summary A lot can happen in 15 years.
At the start of the s, China was largely a planned economy, and the Soviet Union still existed. Few people had heard of the Internet and e-mail seemed closer to science fiction than reality. The next 15 years will bring further massive.