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

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lation, 19-20. See also Industry, Working population
Wages and salaries, 142, 204; lagging behind, productivity in industry, 253n; stratification of wages in industry, 191-92. See also Earnings
Washing machines, 49
Waterways, inland, 94
West Germany, 4; trade statistics compared, 105; trade with, 101, 110-11
Wheat, 69; import, 108, 116; import price, 127. See also Yields
Whooping cough, 13
Wine: import, 111; output, 51
Wireless sets: output, 49; in use, i.c., 203, 206
Women, 7; in agriculture, 65; employment of, 9, 15-17, 250
Wood pulp: import, 116; output, 50
Wool, import, 108, 116
Wool fabrics: export, 109, 114; output, 51, 259
Wool yarn: output, 51; per capita, i.c., 52
Working population, 15-17, 250, 256
Working time: in industry, 42, 238; necessary to buy food and cigarettes, i.c., 203-4
Yields per hectare, 74-78, 260; i.c., 75-77; by socialist and private sector, 84
Yugoslavia, 2, 4; aid to, 135-36; trade statistics compared, 105; trade with, 101, 120
Zinc, 119

NAME INDEX
Alton, T. P., and associates, 224n, 228n
Aulický, V., 161
Barák, R., 20n
Bartůněk, J., 227n
Bašata, J., 85n
Bezouška, J., 190n, 200, 227n
Čáp, V., 119n
Černaňský, V., 132
Černík, O., 62
Červený, A., 146n, 150-51
Dubský, O., 119n
Ďuriš, J., 149, 166n, 168, 170n
Frank, J., 159n
Havlíček, J., 100n
Hladík, V., 227n
Houštka, V., 66-67 Kazimour, J., 213n
Khrushchev, N. S., 2n, 55, 78n
Kocman, M., 170n
Kocour, O., 103
Kolár, J., 225n
Komárek, V., 127, 133, 152, 251, 252n
Kord, F., 170n
Kučera, M., 8n, 18n
Lenin, N. I., 2
Lukácz, O., 31n
Macek, J., 73n
Mach, J., 156, 161, 163-64
Marx, K., 2
Mencl, K., 86n
Misař, M., 214n
Nachtigal, V., 82n, 132n
Navrátil, J., 132n, 138
Nesvadba, J., 88
Nikl, J., 83n, 84-85, 189, 190n
Nikodém, B., 86n
Novotný, A., 55-56, 245
Román, Z., 31n
Rozsypal, K., 150n, 151-52, 154-55
Šimůnek, O., 181, 245, 249, 251, 254n, 262n
Širolý, V., 53
Skoupil, F., 159n
Stádník, M., 231n
Stalin, J. V., 2
Srb, V., 10n, 18n
Štefan, J., 123
Turek, O., 225n
Typolt, J., 148-49, 151, 221n
Vaněk, J., 128-29n
Vašíček, K., 56, 88-89
Vojta, M., 31n, 33n, 39n, 152
Zápotocký, V., 202
Zauberman, A., 31n, 32-33
Zelinka, J., 31n
Zeman, F., 53n

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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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