3 edition of Productivity in Soviet agriculture, 1960-1979 found in the catalog.
Productivity in Soviet agriculture, 1960-1979
Karen McConnell Brooks
Written in English
|Statement||by Karen McConnell Brooks.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 83/442 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 135 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||135|
|LC Control Number||83181597|
texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK The Agricultural situation in the Soviet Union: review of and outlook for Agricultural productivity Soviet Union, Agriculture Economic aspects Soviet Union Publisher Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service. He is an associate professor of history at West Virginia University. He is the author of the book Agriculture in World History. His writings on Soviet agriculture— articles, book chapters, and reviews–are listed on his website at West Virginia University. The list is enclosed below.
under Late Stalinism, l Its Production Branch Composition and the Requirements of National Economy and Policy,” Soviet Studies, , appendices A, E. 5 See S. M. Tupper, “The Red Army and Soviet Defence Industry, ”, (unpub. PhD thesis, University of Birmingham, ).File Size: KB. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Yin, John. Infrastructure of the Soviet agriculture. Sudbury, Ont.: Nortermost View Press, © (OCoLC)
With dissolution of the USSR 26 years ago in December, the th anniversary of the Russian Revolution and current expansive efforts of Russian propaganda, we are looking back at Author: Katya Soldak. AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY UNDER SOCIALISM Table 4. Labour productivity in the USSR relative and where the rainfall is (barely) adequate the to the USA (%) soil is usually poor. Only about 1 % of Soviet farmland (mainly the eastern coast of the Black Sea) receives 28 in. or more precipitation a by:
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A fourth Five-Year Plan was released, concentrating as usual on heavy industrial development, which had shifted east due to the war. Despite impressive developments in industry, Soviet agriculture suffered greatly in the postwar period, as a drought in caused a massive famine.
Collective farming proved once again to be hugely inefficient. This book, first published inanalyses the institutions and decision-making processes that determined agricultural production in the Soviet Union.
It addresses the crisis in Soviet agriculture of the early s, examining the problems of low productivity, adverse natural conditions and an underdeveloped by: Organized on a large scale and relatively highly mechanized, its state and collective agriculture made the Soviet Union one of the world's leading producers of cereals, although bad harvests (as in and ) necessitated imports and slowed the economy.
Agricultural Output and Productivity in the Former Soviet Republics* Zvi Lerman, Yoav Kislev, and David Biton Hebrew University Alon Kriss World Bank I. Introduction and Summary This article is an examination, in two parts, of productivity and changes in agriculture in the 15 new independent states that, untilconstituted the.
Book Description. This book, first published inanalyses the institutions and decision-making processes that determined agricultural production in the Soviet Union.
It addresses the crisis in Soviet agriculture 1960-1979 book the early s, examining the problems of low productivity, adverse natural conditions and an underdeveloped infrastructure.
Agricultural Output and Productivity in Former Soviet Republics Zvi Lerman, Yoav Kislev, Alon Kriss, and David Biton Introduction and Summary This paper is an examination, in two parts, of productivity and changes in agriculture in the 15 new independent states that up to constituted the republics of the Soviet Union.
The. This article is an examination, in two parts, of productivity and changes in agriculture in the 15 new independent states that, untilconstituted the republics of the Soviet Union. The Harvest of Sorrow is the first full history of one of the most horrendous human tragedies of the 20th century.
Between and the Soviet Communist Party struck a double blow at the Russian peasantry: dekulakization, the dispossession and deportation of millions of peasant families, and collectivization, the abolition of private ownership of land and the concentration of the Cited by: Soviet Agriculture.
Vegetable Production. Soviet Literature. Communism. History of the Soviet Union. Soviet Industrial Production The Soviet Government and the Communist Party. The Government of the Soviet Union. Russian civilization David A.
Law Snippet view - /5(1). Agricultural sectors in most countries in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union are large.
Inagriculture contributed % to Eastern Europe’s GDP and % to total employment ().Agricultural exports constituted more than 20% of total exports in Hungary and Bulgaria. 7–11% of total imports were agricultural imports (European Commission, ).Cited by: 4.
Karen BROOKS of International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, D.C. | Read 61 publications | Contact Karen BROOKS Productivity in Soviet agriculture, [microform] / Article.
In the present volume, Davies and Wheatcroft pick up in the middle of the story that Davies began in volumes one and two (The Socialist Offensive: The Collectivization of Soviet Agriculture, and The Soviet Collective Farm, ), with chapters on the second campaigns of collectivization and dekulakization in These.
Agricultural Productivity in China (Songqing Jin, Jikun Huang, and Scott Rozelle) ( KB) Download Chapter Shifting Patterns of Agricultural Production and Productivity in the Former Soviet Union and Central and Eastern Europe (Johan F.M. Swinnen, Kristine Van Herck, and Liesbet Vranken) ( KB) Download Chapter Cited by: Increasing food prices have renewed concerns about long-run agricultural demand and supply in the global economy.
This book looks at results, methods, and data on international agricultural productivity for a better understanding of long-run trends and the policies that determine them.
By presenting an international assessment of total factor productivity growth in agriculture, including up-to. Growth of Industrial Production in the Soviet Union. Warren Nutter assisted by Israel Borenstein and Adam Kaufman. Published in by Princeton University Press NBER Program(s):IO, PR Order from pages ISBN: Table of ContentsCited by: SOVIET AGRICULTURE: A CRITIQUE OF THE MYTHS CONSTRUCTED BY WESTERN CRITICS Soviet productivity of agricultural labor runs about the same as, or higher than that of many nations of Western Europe.
According to a well known study by Earl Brubaker, the productivity of Soviet agricultural labor (depending on the price weights used to value. The Diversity of Agriculture in Former Soviet and Western Balkan Countries Dr. Tamas Mizik October 2 changes in the output of cereal, meat and milk production.
Agricultural trade also plays a considerable role in these countries. This tendency is well. Three essays on productivity in post-Soviet primary agriculture by Lyubov Arnoldovna Kurkalova A dissertation submitted to the graduate faculty in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY Major: Agricultural Economics Major Professor: Helen H.
Jensen Iowa State University Ames, Iowa Up toSoviet agriculture in Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, as in all other former Soviet republics, was characterized by total dominance of large collective and state farms, which controlled over 90% of both agricultural and arable land in the pre-reform era.
The Virgin Lands campaign (Russian: Освое́ние целины́, romanized: Osvoyeniye tseliny, lit. 'reclamation of tselina'; Kazakh: Tyń ıgerý, [təŋ ɪjɡeɾʏw]) was Nikita Khrushchev's plan to dramatically boost the Soviet Union’s agricultural production in order to alleviate the food shortages plaguing the Soviet.
Bythe corresponding values were 1, (%), (%) and 2, (%). The Soviet Union maintained itself as the second largest economy in both nominal and purchasing power parity values for much of the Cold War untilwhen Japan's economy exceeded $3 trillion in nominal cy: Soviet ruble (SUR).This book examines the Soviet agricultural crisis of which culminated in the major famine of It is the first volume in English to make extensive use of Russian and Ukrainian central and local archives to assess the extent and causes of the famine.Description This volume is written primarily for agricultural economists doing research on productivity.
It includes discussions of the theoretical underpinnings of productivity measurement as well as the many practical considerations that go into translating this theory into actual measures of .