Putting the Achievements of Economic Science into Practice
Problems of Economic Transition, 1975, vol. 18, issue 6, 3-9
The vast scales and profound interrelations in modern socialist production make the management of it more and more complex and important and require a continuous growth in its scientific level. This circumstance dictates the need for continuous progress and the rapid development of economic science. The Communist Party constantly enlists the aid of economic scholars in the solution of urgent problems of economic practice, renders daily aid to economic science, and concerns itself with its comprehensive development.
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