The Soviet Economic Reforms: The Peril of Material Incentives; How Important Are the Reforms?; Controls and Socialism
AbstractWe print below three of the contributions to the panel on "'Libermanism' and Economic Reforms in Eastern Europe" which was held at the second annual Socialist Scholars Conference on September 10, 1966. The authors are, in the order of their papers: (1) Allen Solganick, instructor in economics at the University of Maryland; (2) Lynn Turgeon, professor of economics at Hofstra University; and (3) Harry Braverman, a New York book editor, author of The Future of Russia.
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