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Soviet economy in 1978-79 and prospects for 1980

National Foreign Assessment Center (U.S.)

Soviet economy in 1978-79 and prospects for 1980

by National Foreign Assessment Center (U.S.)

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Published by Director of Public Affairs, Central Intelligence Agency in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

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  • Soviet Union
    • Subjects:
    • Soviet Union -- Economic conditions -- 1975-1985.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementNational Foreign Assessment Center.
      SeriesA Research paper - Central Intelligence Agency, National Foreign Assessment Center, Research paper (National Foreign Assessment Center (U.S.))
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC336.25 .U54 1980
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 25 p. :
      Number of Pages25
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4238400M
      LC Control Number80602919

      When President Ronald Reagan launched his military build-up in the early s, Soviet military and economic planners attempted to keep pace, forcing their East European allies to do the same. For example, one of the largest tank factories in the Soviet empire was in eastern Slovekia; a large drain on production and resources yet whose product. the Soviet economy as a whole. Those who formulate energy policy do so in a context which is affected by the structures and per-formance of the national economy. Their decisions, in turn, help to set the parameters for economic performance. This chapter ex-plores the role of energy in the Soviet economy. It seeks to highlight the economic.

      The panel on economics discussed various options for modernizing the Soviet economy in the s, whether the system was even reformable, the efforts of the Communist apparat to sabotage even modest reforms, the barriers in Western thinking that prevented any significant foreign aid to the Soviet Union in its last years, and the role of.   Why wasn't the Soviet Union doomed? What were the prospects of the Soviet economy in the late s? What was the role of Gorbachev in the .

        In the edition of his famous textbook of economic principles, Paul Samuelson wrote that GNP in the Soviet Union was about half that in the United States but the Soviet Union was growing faster. As a result, one could comfortably forecast that Soviet GNP would exceed that of the United States by as early [ ]. “The Economic Impact of Soviet Involvement in Afghanistan,, May (DIA Declassification Release, ) [Primary] This is a declassified document release from the CIA, written in , analyzing the economic impacts of the Afghanistan war not only on the Soviet economy, but the economy of Afghanistan, depicting the disastrous effects of the.


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