Scientific-Technical Progress: Economic Problems
Problems of Economic Transition, 1986, vol. 28, issue 10, 3-25
The Twenty-sixth CPSU Congress posed the task of subordinating the development of science and technology to the realization of the economic and social tasks of Soviet society, to accelerating the conversion of the economy to the path of intensive development, and to increasing the effectiveness of social production to an ever greater degree. At the extraordinary February (1984) Plenum of the CPSU Central Committee, Comrade K. U. Chernenko stated: "Intensification, the accelerated introduction of advances of science and technology into production, and the implementation of large-scale, integrated programs must ultimately raise our society's productive forces to a qualitatively new level."
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