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

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SUBJECT INDEX
(The abbreviation i.c. stands for international comparison)
Abortions, 10
Accidents, motor vehicle, 12-13
Accumulation, 146, 169, 183; centralized, 167; "net," 169-70, 235
Afghanistan, aid to, 135n, 136
Agricultural production: collective and private, gross value, by sectors, 82; i.c., 68- 69; indexes, 66-67, 260. See also Crops, Livestock, Yields
Agriculture: basic funds, 65-66; collectivization, 79, 81-87; development factors, 73-79; importance in economy, 64; investments, 65; manpower, 64-65, 85; mechanization, 78-79; plans to 1965, 87- 89, 246; sown area, 74. See also Economicary active population, Gross social product, Income, Land, Prices
Aid, see Foreign aid
Air transportation, 95, 260; i.c., 95 Albania: aid to, 136-37; trade with, 101, 110-11
Alcohol, 51
Aluminum: export, 109; import, 108, 119; output, 48
Amortization, see Depreciation
Antimony ore, 48
Apprentices, 18n
Argentina, 102
Australia, 102
Austria, 4; trade statistics compared, 105; trade with, 101, 110-11
Automobiles: export, 109, 112; export and internal prices, 126; households per car, 262; import, 108, 118; output, 49, 259; per capita, i.c., 52; in use, per 1,000 inhabitants, i.c., 203, 205
Baggers, 112
Balance of payments ( 1948), 103. See also External trade
Barley, 70, 116. See also Yields
Basic funds (fixed capital assets), 172; by branches of national economy, 184; completed in state investment plan, 182; investments in productive and nonproductive funds, 175, 181, 183; productive capacity, 181; rate of retirements, 186
"Bazar," 145n
Bearings, output, 49, 258
Beer: consumers' price, 162; export, 109; output, 51
Belgium and Luxembourg: trade statistics compared, 105; trade with, 101, 110-11
Bicycles, 49, 113
Birth rate, 7, 7n, 9; i.c., 11
Births, 10
Books published, i.c., 205, 207
Brazil, 102
Bread (rye): consumers' price, 162; consumption, 202
Budget, 165-71; defense, 166-67
Building, see Construction
Building materials, 49
Bulgaria, 31; aid to, 137; trade with, 101, 110-11
Burma, 136
Butter: consumers' price, 162; import, 108, 117; output, 259
Cameras, 49
Canada, 102
Capital assets, see Basic funds
Cement, output, 50, 259; i.c., 52
Centrally planned economy: distinct from market economy, 1, 2, 243; future pros. pects, 242-43, 253-55. See also External trade
Ceramics, 113
Cheese, 51
Chemicals: chemical industry, 38, 258; i.c., 39; output, 50
China mainland: aid to, 136; trade with, 101, 108
Cinema, see Film attendance
Class Structure, 20
Coal: consumers' price, 162; export, 109, 113; import, 108, 115; import price, 129; output, 48, 258 (i.c., 42, 52)
Cocoa beans, 108, 118
Coffee: consumers' price, 162; import, 108, 118
Coke: export, 109, 113; output, 50, 258
Collectivization, agricultural, 79, 81-87
Construction: importance, 58; index of volume, 59, 259; investments, 58-59, 180, 183; manpower, 58; pattern by branches and types, 60
Consumers' goods, shortages, 210

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