2 edition of Bulgaria: growth of industrial output, 1939 and 1948-1965 found in the catalog.
Bulgaria: growth of industrial output, 1939 and 1948-1965
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|Statement||[by] Gregor Lazarcik [and] Alexej Wynnyczuk. Edited by Thad P. Alton.|
|Series||Occasional papers of the Research Project on National Income in Central Europe, OP-27|
|Contributions||Wynnyczuk, Alexej, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HC244.Z9 I534a Op-27, HC407.B9 I534a Op-27|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 40 p.|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||74163628|
Heavy industry output nearly trebled and light industrial output rose 20%; Collectivisation () Goal: Increase agricultural output and fulfill their ideological aims. Result: → grain production fell from m tonnes, meat production from m . The official index of industrial output begins in and ends in ; the alternative index begins in and ends in As the official Y-o-Y % changes are quite close to the alternative estimates in recent years, there is currently little interest in any alternative figures (that is why our mean alternative index ends in ).Cited by: 7.
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Some Aspects of Industrialization in Bulgaria, Soviet Heavy Industry: A Dollar Index of Output, Notes on the Rate of Industrial Growth in Soviet Russia. Industrial output suffered, as well as public services, exposing Bulgaria's overdependence on Russian raw materials. The global financial crisis started to apply downward pressure on growth and employment in the last quarter of The real estate market, although not plummeting, ground to a halt and growth is expected to be significantly Country group: Developing/Emerging, Upper.
Economic backwardness in historical perspective: a book of essays. [Alexander Gerschenkron] and economic development --Notes on the rate of industrial growth in Italy, a review --Some aspects of industrialization in Bulgaria, --Soviet heavy industry: a dollar index of output.
Rand study inA Dollar Index of Soviet Machinery Output, tohe showed that the remarkably high rates of growth of Soviet industrial production owed itself to the index number bias: a Laspeyres index calculated on the basis of weights significantly overstated real.
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In a notable Rand study inA Dollar Index of Soviet Machinery Output, tohe showed that the remarkably high rates of growth of Soviet industrial production owed itself to the index number bias: a Laspeyres index calculated on the basis of weights significantly overstated real expansion. Rapid Soviet growth was not.
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Scotland and England (& Wales) shared a monarch from but had separate economies until they were unified in Ireland was incorporated in the United Kingdom economy between and ; from Southern. Romanian, Hungarian, Bulgarian and Albanian GDP calculated by multiplying the GDP per capita of the four countries in ($1, for Romania, $2, for Hungary, $1, for Bulgaria and over $ for Albania) by their estimated populations in 19, for Romania, 9, for Hungary, 6, for Bulgaria and 1, for Albania.
Annex: realism and Utopia in Russian economic thought, a review --Some aspects of industrialization in Bulgaria, --Soviet heavy industry: a dollar index of output, --Notes on the rate of industrial growth in Soviet Russia --Industrial enterprise in Soviet Russia --A neglected source of economic information on Soviet Russia.
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