3 edition of The five year plan of economic development of Yugoslavia found in the catalog.
The five year plan of economic development of Yugoslavia
Yugoslavia. Sekretarijat za informacije.
1970 by Secretariat for Information of the Federal Executive Council in Beograd .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 5182, D-1784 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||121|
|LC Control Number||85890514|
To have a program on the economic development of Yugoslavia: first, cut inflation which was done in the last year and second, to have half sum of the money lent to be kept in federal reserve. That means that beside the 5 billion needed for basic needs and social security, they estimated that Yugoslavia should have 10 billion in federal reserves.
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Despite common origins, the economy of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY) was significantly different from the economies of the Soviet Union and other Eastern European socialist states, especially after the Yugoslav-Soviet break-up in The occupation and liberation struggle in World War II left Yugoslavia's infrastructure cy: Yugoslav dinar (YUD).
Five year plan of economic development of Yugoslavia, Beograd, Secretariat for Information of the Federal Executive Council, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Yugoslavia. Sekretarijat za informacije.
OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title: Plan of general economic development of Yugoslavia. The five-year plans for the development of the national economy of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) (Russian: Пятиле́тние пла́ны разви́тия наро́дного хозя́йства СССР, Pjatiletnije plany razvitiya narodnogo khozyaystva SSSR) The five year plan of economic development of Yugoslavia book of a series of nationwide centralized economic plans in the Soviet Union, beginning in the late s.
Yugoslavia. The First Five-Year Plan. All economic activity for the period of the First Five-Year The five year plan of economic development of Yugoslavia book () was directly managed by the Federal Planning Commission, which, in turn, was closely supervised by the party.
Get this from a library. The law on the five year plan for the development of the national economy of the Federative People's Republic of Yugoslavia in the period from to. [Yugoslavia.]. Five-Year Plans-Development of the national economy of the Soviet Union, list of economic goals created by Stalin.
Collectivization-Enforced by Stalin to consolidate individual land and labor into collective farms. Stakhanovites-Movement based on a miner named Aleksei Stakhanov, employing hard work to overachieve output.
Magnitogorsk-Russian city which during the five File Size: KB. The Economic Struggle for Power in Tito's Yugoslavia - book review. The The five year plan of economic development of Yugoslavia book Struggle for Power in Tito’s Yugoslavia: From World War II to Non-alignment ( ), (p) in order to shift economic policy - they had opposed the latest Five-Year Plan - to their advantage.
Another was the recession ofprompting the. There are few countries in Europe which contain within an area as small as the British Isles such a variety of natural environments and cultures as Yugoslavia. This book provides a survey of the history of the South Slav peoples who came together at the end of the The five year plan of economic development of Yugoslavia book World War to form the first Yugoslav kingdom, and who emerged from the chaos of the Second World War to.
Yugoslavia (SFRY) and their economic growth. Yugoslavia broke up in the early nineties and gradually, six countries were constituted (seven, if one includes Kosovo). When comparing the GDP growth in each country, one can conclude that the economic development has differed in the different countries.
InJoseph Stalin developed his first plan that concentrated on the development of the Soviet Union in the global economic spectrum. Stalin proposed that electricity, coal, and iron production need be increased significantly in the following five years in.
 The first five-year plan covered the period from tothe second the period from tothe third the period from tobut the economic recession led to its replacement by a revised seven-year plan for (Horvat,pp.
However, this plan had to be abandoned when major economic reforms further Author: Milica Uvalić. Economic Report: Salient Features of the World Economic Situation, United Nations, Department of Economic Affairs, - Economic history - pages 0 Reviews. 3" " in Yugoslavia during the post-war period.5 This is contrary to the experience of other peripheral European countries at a similar stage of development and trajectory of economic growth.6 Thus, if it is true that initially lower per capita output levels hold the potential for faster economic growth than in the more developed regions (Abramovitz, ), twoFile Size: 8MB.
Yugoslavia e. Ethiopia The First Five-Year Plan for Soviet economic development. A state plan for the collectivization of agriculture. A compromise with capitalist economic principles.
An important element of Lenin's "April Theses." A book on the economic development of the Soviet Union after the Bolshevik Revolution d. In the Five-Year economic plan (January to December ), only 2 per cent of the budget was contributed by Cambodia, 57 per cent of the contribution was File Size: KB.
'Michael Ellman’s book is a true classic, erudite, exhaustive and meticulously researched. Written by one of the leading authorities in the field, it remains the ultimate source on the theory and experience of socialist economic planning. Yugoslavia - Economic development: Volume 1 (English) Abstract.
In Yugoslavs began to evolve a new economic system based on decentralized decision making. A serious effort has been made to ensure that decentralized decisions be harmonized and coordinated in order to maintain a unified Yugoslav market.
Rapid economic. Yugoslavia - Development with decentralization (English) Abstract. Yugoslavia represents both a new economic system and a new kind of socialist society which began to evolve nearly 25 years ago.
The system is described and assessed in this report. The Yugoslav system is characterized by social ownership and control of Cited by: Start studying World History World War 1-World 2.
Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Five Year Plan. Nicaragua, Chile, and Mexico. Many Latin American nations grew dependent upon the United States for their economic development.
Many nations sold raw materials (like fruits, sugar, coffee. This book delineates the principal changes in economic management and their underlying rationale. It then analyzes the implication of the new economic system for issues the Yugoslavs regard to be crucial for long-term development: employment, stabilization, foreign trade, regional differences, and resource mobilization and allocation.
Yugoslavia was a socialist country, which means that economic development should follow a plan and migrants should somehow fit into that as well. Yugoslavia, though, was also an extremely decentralized and heterogeneous country, which is why any policy initiative from above was fractured by the multitude of self-governing institutions on.
Yugoslavia: A Concise History surveys the whole turbulent course of the country's history, in the context of the struggles between great powers for control of the Balkans. Torn apart by nationalist rivalries, the first Yugoslavia lapsed into paralysis and dictatorship.
Axis occupation in unleashed a murderous civil war, in which the Communist Party emerged victorious/5. Contains the electronic versions of 80 books previously published in hard copy as part of the Country Studies Series by the Federal Research Division.
Intended for a general audience, books in the series present a description and analysis of the historical setting and the social, economic, political, and national security systems and institutions of select countries throughout the world. The DDR began issuing the five-year-plan definitives in Augustcontinuing through the end of November The first printing, shown above (Mi.
#, Sc. #), was lithographed, perforated 13 x 12 1/2, and printed on paper with a multiple DDR and Posthorns watermark. From the lowest to the highest denomination, the designs depicted: a coal miner, a woman.
The capital Karachi was seen as an economic role model around the world, and there was much praise for the way its economy was progressing. Many countries sought to emulate Pakistan's economic planning strategy and one of them, South Korea, copied the city's second "Five-Year Plan"; the World Financial Centre in Seoul is modeled after Karachi.
By comparison, economic conditions in Eastern Europe continued to worsen as the decade neared its end. This table shows not only how the Yugoslavia suffered a drop in GDP per capita of more than five percent during the decade, but how unevenly this.
In five appendices an outline is given of the centralised Five Year Plan forof the organisation of the Federal Planning Institute, of the de-centralised Federal Social Plans for and and of the instru-ments of economic policy.
The stated purpose of the book is to help the developing countries, which. The Soviet Union, officially the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), was a federal socialist state in Northern Eurasia that existed from to and was the largest country in the world.
Nominally a union of multiple national Soviet republics, in practice its government and economy were highly was a one-party state governed by the Communist Party, with Capital and largest city: Moscow. Yugoslavia was proclaimed a republic on 29 November, The Constituent Assembly declared that ‘democratic federal Yugoslavia is proclaimed a people’s republic under the name of the Federal People’s Republic of Yugoslavia.
The present study is a complex research in the economic history of Yugoslavia after World War II, revealing and analyzing the regularities of formation of market relations in that country, which had created the first and hitherto only self-managed socialist economy of the by: 1.
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Oecd Economic Surveys: Yugoslavia, [Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The objective of WPM, as envisaged in the Second Five Year Plan of India is to ensure: 1.
Increase in productivity for the benefit of all concerned to an enterprise, i.e., the employer, the employees and the community at large.
Satisfaction of worker’s urge for self-expression in the matters of enterprise management. This book contains a unique collection of essays written by scholars from the former Yugoslavia, exploring the events that led to the devastating disintegration of their homeland.
The scholars. decentralization, clearly the plan cannot assume any other than an extremely general form. The final (five-year) plan document—fifty pages or so—contains only very general, sectoral targets. The latter, although the plan in Yugoslavia is a law, are binding for no one in the productive sector.
It has to be followed—often with additional inter. This paper discusses the employment of women in developing countries in the light of recent changes in emphasis on the strategy and objectives of economic development.
The paper highlights that in the vast majority of countries-both developed and developing-the role of women is still limited and their responsibilities restricted. This paper examines automated. “In view of the wide experimentation going on in the Eastern European countries and in the Soviet Union, this story of the development of the Yugoslav economic system is particularly interesting, for it covers an eighteen-year period in which, by trial and error, an apparently viable and effective system has been hammered out.”.
Five Year Plan for the Development of the National Economy of Yugoslavia. South-eastern Europe: A Political and Economic Survey. Prepared by the Information Department of the Royal Institute of International Affairs.
2nd ed. London, Curry (M.), Yugoslavia. A guide book approved by the Official Tourist Department for Yugoslavia. search during the Third Czechoslovak Five-Year Plan ().
The Annexes contain the economic and social data necessary for a thorough comprehension of the study and a list of bibliographical sources and references for further information.
The exchange rate of the Czechoslovak Crown versus United States dollars used in this. Workers Manage Factories in Yugoslavia. Date: J Source: pamphlet, pp. for the Soviet Union undoubtedly had great success in economic development during the first years (although this still does not mean everything for socialism).
We adopted the Five Year Plan for the industrialization and electrification of the. China’s pdf five-year plan, launched infollowed the tradition of Soviet economic development. It stressed capital-intensive production and the development of heavy industry. But China had far less capital and a great many more people than did the Soviet Union.
Capital-intensive development made little sense.Yugoslavia must have been assigned an important place in that programme. The treaty of July stipulated Soviet help both for Yugoslavia's armaments and for her five-year plan of economic development.
Like similar agreements concluded around that time with Central and East European countries, it was envisaged also as a. The First Five-Year Plan ebook The Second Five-Year Plan () The Third Five-Year Plan () Growth in the s The Second World War () Reconstruction () Soviet Economic Growth, to the Present The Political-Ethical Issues: Consumption Vs.
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