Soviet regional economic autonomy

Baltics versus Moscow
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Regional planning -- Soviet Union., Decentralization in government -- Soviet Union., Soviet Union -- Economic policy -- 1986-

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StatementMisha V. Belkindas.
SeriesMonograph series on the Soviet Union, Monograph series on Soviet Union.
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LC ClassificationsHC336.26 .B453 1989
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 103 leaves :
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Open LibraryOL1633867M
ISBN 101558311092
LC Control Number91184216

ECONOMIC AUTONOMY. This book argues that economic autonomy is the foremost means by which capitalism enhances people’s ability to exercise their democratic rights, whether in advanced democracies or hybrid regimes, governments that exhibit both.

Economic autonomy links capitalism and democracy through individuals' calculations about activism. Accounts of activists' decisions about establishing independent media, leading political organizations, and running for office and descriptions of government harassment in Russia and Kyrgyzstan, along with examples from most regions of the world.

He demonstrates the ways that national identity affects economic policy and explains why some governments seek economic autonomy while others prefer regional reintegration. He then applies his approach to other cases of economic reorganization after the end of empire--eastern Europe in the s after the Habsburgs, s Indonesia, and French.

REGIONAL ECONOMIC MODELING IN THE SOVIET UNION by Daniel L. Bond SUMMARY Because of the size and territorial diversity of the Soviet Union, regional considerations have always played an important role in Soviet economics and planning. In order to study and plan for regional development Soviet analysts have in recent years increasingly turned to.

Through the examination of the historical examples of the former Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), Spain, and Nicaragua, this chapter analyzes the elements of the system of regional autonomy.

The Russian Soviet Federal Socialist Republic (RSFSR), constituted on November 7,was the first component, a grouping of nationalities Author: Héctor Díaz Polanco.

This book is the first historical work to study the creation of ethnic autonomies in the Caucasus in the s – the transitional period from Russian Empire to Soviet regional economic autonomy book Union.

Seventy years later these ethnic autonomies were to become the loci of violent ethno-political conflicts which have consistently been blamed on the policies of the Bolsheviks and Stalin.

Territoriality and Regional Economic Autonomy in the USSR Some have compared the SEZ to the system of closed cities, the GULAG system, and the category of cities with "special supplies."13 One economist while voicing his dissent to the creation of SEZs stated, "I favor declaring the entire Soviet Union to be a free economic zone." A second step toward increasing generalizability is to apply the theory of economic autonomy developed from these post-Soviet states to other regions of the world.

The remainder of this chapter describes the design of the project in the post-Soviet states and other parts of the world and concludes with an outline of the contents of the book. Using new fiscal data from 80 Russian regions from –99, the authors test this central hypothesis in both single- and simultaneous-equation specifications.

Their results indicate Soviet regional economic autonomy book tax retention (as a proxy for fiscal autonomy) has a positive effect on the cumulative output recovery of regions since the breakup of the Soviet Union. Download: PDF. Keywords: literary process of the New Economic Policy Period in the regions, Soviet literature, publishing censorship, L.

Slovokhotov, religious calendar, “Unsere Wirtschaft”. For citation: Khroustaleva A.V. Regional Press and Censorship in the New Economic Policy Period (Saratov, Samara Regions and the German Autonomy).

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Vladimir A. Karpochev, a Russian collective-farm chairman, said, ''We're not talking about regional economic autonomy but about economic and political independence for the Baltic republics.''. He demonstrates the ways that national identity affects economic policy and explains why some governments seek economic autonomy while others prefer regional reintegration.

He then applies his approach to other cases of economic reorganization after the end of empire―eastern Europe in the s after the Habsburgs, s Indonesia, and French Author: Rawi Abdelal. Downloadable. Despite a series of local government reforms in the s, Russia's localities still lack serious autonomy.

Only big cities maintain hopes for the emergence of local autonomy and local democracy. City politics has produced multiple conflicts between regional and local authorities; however, regional‐local relations merely reflect fundamental center‐periphery controversies on a.

Therefore, attempts to found a regional organization in Southeast Asia were negatively perceived as a dependent variable subject to the US–Soviet Cold War strategies or great power politics, while such efforts in Europe were considered a bona fide regionalism based on a regional solidarity.

In contrast, the book focuses on the Southeast Asian. economic autonomy This book argues that economic autonomy is the foremost means by which capitalism enhances people’s ability to exercise their democratic rights, whether in advanced democracies or hybrid regimes, govern-ments that exhibit both.

The book includes 26 detailed chapters with descriptions ranging The post-Stalin period saw the gradual emergence of new indigenous elites and a concomitant expansion of autonomy. Gorbachev’s reform of the Soviet system led Power remains fairly widely diffused among various national and regional political and economic elites with.

This book traces the evolution of Soviet Karelia in the early Soviet period, discussing amongst other things how political relations between Moscow and the regional leadership changed over time; the nature of its spatial, economic and demographic development; and the origins of the massive repressions launched in against the local population.

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In this book, Miles Kahler examines both global and regional institutions and their importance in the world economy. Kahler explains the variation in these institutions and assesses the role they. Renegotiating Soviet Federalism: Glasnost and Regional Autonomy Thomas F. Remington. Thomas F. Remington Glasnost and Regional Autonomy, Publius: The Journal of Federalism, Vol Issue 3, SummerPages but the implications of republican economic autonomy for the cohesiveness of the federal union are fundamental and far.

The Eastern Bloc, also known as the Communist Bloc, the Socialist Bloc and the Soviet Bloc, was the group of communist states of Central and Eastern Europe, East Asia, and Southeast Asia under the hegemony of the Soviet Union (USSR) that existed during the Cold War (–) in opposition to the capitalist Western Western Europe, the term Eastern Bloc generally referred to the USSR.

Latin American foreign policy has drawn the attention of scholars since the s. Foreign policy–related literature began to surge in the s and s, with a focus on both economic and political development. As development in the region lagged behind that of its northern neighbors, Latin American had to rely on foreign aid, largely from the United States.

Kritsman’s document here gives a glimpse of the debate over what the economic policy of Soviet Russia should be. Kritsman was to become a leading defender of “war communism” in his famous book The Heroic Period of the Russian Revolution.

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He later became an economic expert on the agrarian question but declined in significance in the s. The results show that Sakha, compared with the other republics, has less developed social identities (see Table 1).The Soviet identity has the lowest salience in Sakha (M = ) and Tatarstan (M = ), while its salience is higher in Russia (M = ).In terms of regional identity, the highest salience was recorded in Karelia (M = ) and the lowest in Russia (M = ).

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They found expression in two competing concepts, the liberal, bourgeois “free city” and the proletarian “Soviet Republic of Odessa.” As an economic concept, local autonomy already had a long tradition in Odessa: From toOdessa had been one of the two special economic zones with free ports in the Russian Empire.

Russia and the other fourteen post-Soviet states inherited a currency union based on the Soviet ruble and thus composed the so-calledrublevaia zona, or ruble been part of the Soviet economy, which was designed to achieve economies of scale through an extraordinary degree of enterprise and regional specialization, post-Soviet states also inherited an unusual degreeandkind of.

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Russia’s Soviet era was distinguished not by economic growth or human development, but by the use of the economy to build national power. On the centenary of the Bolshevik revolution ofthis column shows that while the education of women and better survival rates of children improved opportunities for many citizens, Soviet Russia was a tough and unequal environment in.

He demonstrates the ways that national identity affects economic policy and explains why some governments seek economic autonomy while others prefer regional reintegration. He then applies his approach to other cases of economic reorganization after the end of empire—eastern Europe in the s after the Habsburgs, s Indonesia, and French.

Initial Period of Rapid Growth. At first, the Soviet Union experienced rapid economic growth.

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While the lack of open markets providing price signals and incentives to direct economic. Thousands of Georgians seeking greater political and economic autonomy from Moscow continued to hold demonstrations and strikes in the Georgian capital, Tbilisi, today as the Soviet .1.

The Spatial Context of Intended Transformation. Why Do Regions Matter? The Dimension of Social and Economic Change. Hypothesis and the Structure of the Book. Methods of Research. The Investigated Regions in the National Context; 2.

Traditional Soviet Regional Policy. Branch versus Territorial Planning.