The crucial Soviet debates presented in this volume on strategies of economic development, pace of growth, and efficiency, and the theory and practice of planning which preceded and molded the Soviet era of forced industrialization and of comprehensive planning that opened in 1929 occupy a unique place in the history of economics in general and of Soviet economic history in particular. By their breadth, scope, and intensity these debates shaped for decades Soviet thinking on economic development, and Soviet principles and practice of planning.
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