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

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CONTENTS
ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLSxiii
INTRODUCTION1
1 POPULATION AND MANPOWER6
§1. Basic Demographic Data , 6.
§2. Working Population (Total Labor Force), 15.
§3. Distribution of the Economically Active Population by Branches of the National Economy, 23.
2 INDUSTRY26
§1. Importance of Industry in the Czechoslovak Economy , 26.
§2. Index of Industrial Production, 29.
§3. Growth of Output by Main Sectors of Industry, 37.
§4. Productivity in Industry , 40.
§5. Some Growth Factors of Czechoslovak Industrial Production, 45.
§6. Output in Physical Quantities of Important Commodities and Manufactures, 47.
§7. 1958 Reorganization of Industry and Prospective Plans to 1965 , 53.
§8. Summary , 56.
3 CONSTRUCTION58
§1. Importance of Construction in the Czechoslovak Economy , 58.
§2. Construction of Housing Units, 60.
4 AGRICULTURE64
§1. Importance of Agriculture in the Czechoslovak Economy , 64.
§2. Index of Agricultural Production, 66.
§3. Factors of Development in Czechoslovak Agriculture, 71.
§4. Impact of Collectivization , 79.
§5. Prospective Plans Up to 1965 , 87.
§6. Summary , 89.
5 TRANSPORTATION91
§1. General Trends , 91.
§2. Rail, Highway, Water, and Air Traffic , 92.
6 EXTERNAL TRADE96
§1. Czechoslovakia's Dependence on External Trade , 96.
§2. Value of Exports and Imports by Main Economic Areas; Balance of Visible Trade, 98.
§3. Commodity Pattern of Trade , 106.
§4. Volume of Trade ,

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Table of contents

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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