Central Planning in Czechoslovakia: Organization for Growth in a Mature Economy

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LIST OF TABLES
1.1 Czechoslovak Population by Broad Age Groups [1950, 1955, and projected]8
1.2 Czechoslovak Population by Five-Year Age Groups in 19579
1.3 Comparison by Countries of Population in Productive Age Groups 15-59 Years [1950, 1955, and projected]9
1.4 Some Demographic Characteristics [selected years, 1948-58]11
1.5 Death Rates by Causes [1955, 1956]12
1.6 Expectation of Life at Birth [prewar and postwar periods]15
1.7 Economically Active Population [selected years, 1947-57]16
1.8 Distribution of Economically Active Population [selected years, 1947-57]24
2.1 Per Capita Consumption of Energy [1955, 1958]28
2.2 Per Capita Consumption of Electricity [1956, 1958]28
2.3 Per Capita Consumption of Steel [prewar, 1956, 1957]29
2.4 General Index of Industrial Production [1937, 1948-58]36
2.5 Rate of Growth of Industrial Production [1949-53, 1953-57]38
2.6 Industrial Output Between 1948 and 1958 [Czechoslovakia]39
2.7 Index of Employment in Manufacturing [1948, 1953, 1956-58]40
2.8 Approximations of Index of Industrial Output per Man-Year [1948, 1953, 1956-58]41
2.9 Hours Worked in Industry per Week [1948, 1953-58]42
2.10 Approximations of Output per Man-Hour in Industry [1955-58]43
2.11 Some Factors of Industrial Growth in Czechoslovakia [1949-58]44
2.12 Czechoslovak Industrial Production [1937, 1948, 1953-58]48
2.13 1957 Per Capita Output of Basic Materials, Energy, and Main Manufactures52
3.1 Housing Units (Dwellings) Completed in Czechoslovakia [1948- 58]60
3.2 Comparison by Countries of Dwellings Completed, 1954-5861
3.3 Comparison by Countries of Housing Available [postwar years]62
4.1 Index of Agricultural Production [1948-58]68
4.2 Main Crops [average 1934-38, average 1948-52, and 1956-59]69

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments v
  • Contents vii
  • List of Tables ix
  • Abbreviations and Symbols xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter 1 Population and Manpower 6
  • Chapter 2 Industry 26
  • Chapter 3 Construction 58
  • Chapter 4 Agriculture 64
  • Chapter 5 Transportation 91
  • Chapter 6 External Trade 96
  • Chapter 7 Money and Prices 139
  • Chapter 8 State Budget and Investments 165
  • Chapter 9 Income of the Population and Standard of Living 188
  • Chapter 10 National Income, Gross Product, and Expenditure Aggregates 211
  • Conclusion 238
  • Appendix Results of the 1959 Plan; Plan for 1960 and Targets for 1965 Under the Third Five-Year Plan 245
  • Summary 253
  • Bibliography of Works Cited 265
  • Subject Index 269
  • Name Index 274
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