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Volume 14, issue 4, 1990

Advances in the theory and practice of indicative planning pp. 523-530 Downloads
Josef C. Brada and Saul Estrin
Indicative planning in developed economies pp. 531-554 Downloads
Saul Estrin and Peter Holmes
Result-oriented and process-oriented evaluations of indicative planning pp. 555-559 Downloads
Peter Murrell
Indicative planning in developing countries pp. 560-574 Downloads
Bela Balassa
Planning and the search for the right incentives in LDCs pp. 575-582 Downloads
Zdenek Drabek
Indicative planning in socialist economies: Does it have a role? pp. 583-601 Downloads
Josef C. Brada
Indicative planning in socialist economies: Does it have a role?--Discussion pp. 602-606 Downloads
Stuart S. Brown
Indicative planning in France pp. 607-620 Downloads
Bernard Cazes
Indicative planning in France: Discussion pp. 621-624 Downloads
Klaus-Walter Riechel
Indicative planning in Japan pp. 625-647 Downloads
Kazuo Sato
Indicative planning in Japan: Discussion pp. 648-656 Downloads
Marcus Noland
Indicative planning in Korea pp. 657-676 Downloads
Paul Kuznets
Indicative planning in Korea: Discussion pp. 677-680 Downloads
Il Sakong
Commands and controls: Planning for indian industrial development, 1951-1990 pp. 681-712 Downloads
Rakesh Mohan and Vandana Aggarwal
Planning in India: Lessons from four decades of development experience pp. 713-735 Downloads
William A. Byrd
Indicative planning in India: Discussion pp. 736-742 Downloads
Arvind Panagariya
China's experience with guidance planning pp. 743-767 Downloads
Barry Naughton
The feasibility of planned market systems: The Yugoslav visible hand and negotiated planning pp. 768-790 Downloads
Avner Ben-Ner and Egon Neuberger
A multiple equilibrium model of indicative planning pp. 791-806 Downloads
Jeff Frank and Peter Holmes
Indicative planning: A direction for theory pp. 807-812 Downloads
Jeffrey M. Wrase

Volume 14, issue 3, 1990

The parallel market in centrally planned economies: A dynamic analysis pp. 353-371 Downloads
Arvind Panagariya
Implicit contracts, seniority rights, and layoffs under symmetric information pp. 372-383 Downloads
Leif Danziger
The Chinese model of the socialist enterprise: An assessment of its organization and performance pp. 384-400 Downloads
Keun Lee
Complexity, bounded rationality, and equilibrium: The soviet-type case pp. 401-424 Downloads
Gérard Roland
An implicit contract approach to employee stock ownership plans pp. 425-451 Downloads
Dan Kovenock and Roger Sparks
The evolving role of tax policy in China pp. 452-472 Downloads
Mario . Blejer and György Szapáry
Self-interest and the kosygin reforms: Finding new wine in old bottles pp. 473-492 Downloads
Marc Rubin
Trade services and the measurement of comparative USSR-USA consumption pp. 493-510 Downloads
Abram Bergson
The Economics of the Patent System, Vol. 30, Fundamentals of Pure and Applied Economics:, series Eds. Jacques Lesourne and Hugo Sonnenschein. Chur, Switzerland: Harwood Academic Publishers, 1989. viii + 66 pp., index. $25.00 pp. 511-513 Downloads
Stephen H. Karlson
Market Reforms in Socialist Societies: Comparing China and Hungary:, Ed., Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1989. xi + 233 pp., index. $23.50 pp. 514-517 Downloads
Jiri Kosta
Flexibility and rigidity in the labour market in Hungary:, Eds. Geneva: International Institute for Labour Studies, 1989. iv + 105 pp., no index. 17.50 Swiss Francs pp. 518-519 Downloads
Lynn Turgeon

Volume 14, issue 2, 1990

A model formalizing the theory of property rights pp. 177-198 Downloads
Xiaokai Yang and Ian Wills
Energy consumption, capital and real output: A comparison of market and planned economies pp. 199-220 Downloads
John R. Moroney
The economic implications of employment rights and practices in the United States pp. 221-253 Downloads
Douglas L. Kruse
Ratcheting and economic reform in the USSR pp. 254-268 Downloads
John M. Litwack
On the theory of household saving in the presence of rationing pp. 269-285 Downloads
Christopher J. Ellis and Barry J. Naughton
Ownership, technology, and efficiency: An empirical study of cooperatives, multinationals, and domestic enterprises in the Mexican cement industry pp. 286-300 Downloads
Thomas Nils Samuel Sterner
The tenability of the CIA estimates of soviet economic growth: A comment pp. 301-314 Downloads
John S. Pitzer
CIA's queries about Boretsky's criticism of its estimates of Soviet economic growth pp. 315-326 Downloads
Michael Boretsky
A quantity-constrained expenditure system: A note on Podkaminer's disequilibrium computations pp. 327-339 Downloads
Wojciech W. Charemza
On quantity-constrained expenditure systems once more pp. 340-344 Downloads
Leon Podkaminer
Non-renewable resources extraction programs and markets:, Chur, Switzerland: Harwood Academic Publishers, 1989. ix + 147 pp. $48.00 pp. 345-346 Downloads
Gary D. Libecap
Fundamentals of Pure and Applied Economics:, "Foreign Trade in the Centrally Planned Economy." In Vol. 27, Chur: Harwood Academic, 1988. ix + 77 pp. $33.00 pp. 347-350 Downloads
Yrjana Tolonen
Individual behavior and social choice in a cooperative settlement:, Jerusalem: The Magnes Press, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1988. 324 pp., index pp. 351-352 Downloads
Nava Kahana

Volume 14, issue 1, 1990

Resale of goods under repressed inflation: Implications for supply multipliers pp. 1-14 Downloads
John Bennett
A contribution to the macro theory of comparative economic systems pp. 15-32 Downloads
Tatsuro Ichiishi
The labor-managed firm under imperfect monitoring: Employment and work effort responses pp. 33-50 Downloads
Kathryn Nantz and Roger Sparks
Constitutional environments and the contractual state: The cases of South Africa and Hong Kong pp. 51-69 Downloads
Anton Lowenberg and Ben T. Yu
Organizational reform and agricultural performance: The case of Bulgarian agriculture, 1960-1985 pp. 70-87 Downloads
Michael L. Boyd
Effort, productivity, and incentives in a 1970s Chinese People's commune pp. 88-104 Downloads
Louis Putterman
Quantifying second best effects in grossly distorted markets: The case of the butter market in Poland pp. 105-119 Downloads
David Gerald Tarr
Repressed inflation on the consumption goods market: Disequilibrium estimates for the German Democratic Republic, 1957-1985 pp. 120-129 Downloads
(Nick) van der Lijn, N. J.
Economic development and structural policy in Czechoslovakia after 1968:, Munich: Olzog Verlag, 1987. pp. XIII and 215, index pp. 130-132 Downloads
Jan Adam
Socialist agriculture in transition: Organizational response to failing performance:, Eds., Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1988. ix + 445 pp., no index, $58.50 pp. 133-137 Downloads
Michael Louis Wyzan
Changing money: Financial innovation in developed countries:, Ed., New York: Basil Blackwell, 1988. vii + 239 pp., index, $45.00 pp. 138-139 Downloads
Thomas F. Cargill
Peasant economics: Farm households and agrarian development:, Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1988, xiv + 257 pp., index. $59.50 pp. 140-141 Downloads
Louis Putterman
Financial deregulation: A comparative study of Australia and the United Kingdom: London: The Macmillan Press, 1987. 212 pp., index, $39.95 pp. 142-144 Downloads
Rowena Ann Pecchenino
Primitive and peasant markets:, New York: Blackwell, 1988. xiv + 175 pp., index pp. 145-145 Downloads
Frederic L. Pryor
Policy making in China: Leaders, structures, and processes: Princeton: Princeton Univ. Press, 1988. xvi + 445 pp., index. $39.95 pp. 146-149 Downloads
Dorothy J. Solinger
Liability: Perspectives and policy:, Eds. Washington, D.C.: The Brookings Institution, 1988. xii + 248 pp., $28.95 pp. 150-153 Downloads
Susan Rose-Ackerman
Technology, competition, and the Soviet Bloc in the World market: Berkeley, CA: Institute of International Studies, 1987. xi + 226 pp., index, $13.95 pp. 154-155 Downloads
Jiri Slama
USSR facts and figures annual: Vol. 11, 1987. Gulf Breeze, FL: Academic International, 1987. xi + 383 pp., no index. $69.50 pp. 156-157 Downloads
Gertrude E. Schroeder
Energy in China's modernization: Advances and limitations: Armonk, New York/London: M. E. Sharpe, Inc., An East Gate Book, 1988. xiii + 250 pp., index. $37.50, hard cover pp. 158-159 Downloads
Jan Prybyla
China's industrial reform:, Eds. New York: Oxford Univ. Press for the World Bank, 1987. xii + 378 pp., index. $35.00 pp. 160-162 Downloads
Barry Naughton
The promise of privatization: A challenge for American foreign policy:, Ed., Council on Foreign Relations, New York, 1988. vii + pp. 295. ISBN 0-87609-035-8. $22.95 hardback; ISBN 0-87609-034-x $12.95 pp. 163-165 Downloads
Anne O. Krueger
Russia and America: The roots of divergence:, New York: Croom and Helm-Methuen, 1988. 268 pp., index. $39.95 pp. 166-167 Downloads
Paul R. Gregory
Making Mondragon: The growth and dynamics of the worker cooperative complex:, Ithaca, NY: Cornell University New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations Press, 1988. x + 317 pp., index, $36.00 pp. 168-170 Downloads
Matthew D. Berman
The distorted world of Soviet-type economies:, Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1988. xi + 230 pp., index, $39.95 pp. 171-173 Downloads
Michael Alexeev
Cuba's socialist economy, toward the 1990s:, Ed., Boulder: Rienner, 1987. ix + 184 pp., index. $28.50 pp. 174-176 Downloads
Lynn Turgeon
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