The Application of Contractual Relationships in the Production Planning System
Problems of Economic Transition, 1986, vol. 29, issue 4, 18-31
This article examines three forms of production planning: (1) the present form; (2) the form that has developed in the course of the large-scale economic experiment†; and (3) the form that the author considers to hold the greatest promise for the development of new methods of management.
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