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Soviet labour and industry
Leonard E. Hubbard
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Labour turnover and absenteeism in industry are discussed and documented for the s and early s in Alex Pravda, ‘Spontaneous workers’ activities in the Soviet Union’, in Arcadius Kahan and Blair A. Ruble (eds), Industrial Labor in the U.S.S.R (New York, Pergamon Press, ) pp. Cited by: 4. Understanding the pattern of postwar slowdown in Soviet productivity growth requires evaluation of the impact of World War II and associated shocks. Continuous productivity series for industry and the whole economy are estimated for the period – The pattern of Soviet productivity growth was highly disturbed; by postwar standards its underlying growth was slow. It is hoped that the book will enhance a more comparative approach to the study of society: not only to bring home to Soviet 'area specialists' the fact that Soviet society is in many ways like other industrial societies, but also to awaken the interests of sociologists and others to the problems of 'directed' social change and to the structure.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hubbard, Leonard E. (Leonard Egerton), b. Soviet labour and industry. London, Macmillan, (OCoLC) Soviet Workers and the Collapse of Perestroika: The Soviet Labour Process and Gorbachev's Reforms, (Cambridge Russian, Soviet and Post-Soviet Studies Book 93) - Kindle edition by Donald Filtzer.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Soviet Workers and the Collapse of. Agriculture in the Soviet Union was mostly collectivized, with some limited cultivation of private is often viewed as one of the more inefficient sectors of the economy of the Soviet Union.A number of food taxes (prodrazverstka, prodnalog, and others) were introduced in the early Soviet period despite the Decree on Land that immediately followed the October Revolution.
The economy of the Soviet Union was based on a system of state ownership of the means of production, collective farming, Soviet labour and industry book manufacturing and centralized administrative Soviet economy was characterized by state control of investment, a dependence on natural resources, shortages, public ownership of industrial assets, macroeconomic stability, negligible unemployment, high Currency: Soviet ruble (SUR).
Soviet Workers and Late Stalinism is a study of labour and labour policy during the critical period of the Soviet Union's postwar recovery and the last years of Stalin. It is also a detailed social history of the Soviet Union in these years, for non-Russian readers.
Using previously inaccessible archival sources, Donald Filtzer describes the tragic hardships faced by workers and their families. Soviet Labour Ideology and the Collapse of the State [Lo, Bobo] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Soviet Labour Ideology and the Collapse of the StateCited by: 4. The Dissemination of the Shchekino Experiment and the Logic of Soviet Planning -- 9 Alternative Attempts to Assert Control over the Labour Process -- The Introduction of the Zlobin Brigade System in the Construction Industry -- Problems in the Generalisation of the Zlobin System: The Kaluga and Orel Variants -- The Extension of the Brigade System to Industry -- Experimental Attempts to Solve.
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Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of. The Soviet Defense Industry Complex in World War II I. Historical background 1. Formation and structure Defense factories already played an important role in prerevolutionary Russian industry.
They contributed significantly (although on an insufficient scale) to Allied military strength in World War I. Unable to avoid the general economic File Size: KB. Socio-economic problems --Geographical mobility --its implications for employment / Ann Helgeson --Shortage of labour and motivation problems of Soviet workers / Anna-Jutta Pietsch --Productivity campaigns in Soviet industry / Peter Rutland --Transition from school to work: satisfying pupils' aspirations and the needs of the economy / Sheila.
The book gives a shocking account of slave labour in the Soviet Union including in the timber industry – including for export to Britain.
The trade was arranged by a British businessman called Montague Meyer. After the war the firm remained “a leading importer of timber, specialising in. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Cambridge Russian, Soviet and Post-Soviet Studies: Soviet Workers and the Collapse of Perestroika: The Soviet Labour Process and Gorbachev's Reforms, 93 by Donald Filtzer (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay.
Free shipping for many products. Labour and the Gulag: Russia and the Seduction of the British Left. Giles Udy. London: Biteback Publishing, pages. When was the date of guilty knowledge for defenders of Soviet communism. At what point did Western supporters of the regime cease to be merely naive and became knowingly complicit.
Commenting on the "pyramid of corpses" that the Bolsheviks had built, George. The cinema of the Soviet Union includes films produced by the constituent republics of the Soviet Union reflecting elements of their pre-Soviet culture, language and history, albeit they were all regulated by the central government in Moscow.
Most prolific in their republican films, after the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic, were Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Ukraine, and, to a. This book is a comprehensive study of the position of Soviet industrial workers during the Khrushchev period.
Dr Filtzer examines the main features of labour policy, shop-floor relations between workers and managers, and the position of women workers. Donald Filtzer's new book is the study of industry and labor during Late Stalinism, covering the entire post-war period from to Stalin's death.
He has uncovered a wealth of previously inaccessible archive material and analyzes it to show that the post-war period was one of "political victory and historical defeat".
With a growing population, deteriorating economic conditions, and an unstable imperial centre, Soviet Central Asia would seem destined to become a trouble spot. Instead Islamic traditionalism has survived and flourished in Central Asia. This book looks at the reasons by: The Economics of Forced Labor: The Soviet Gulag edited by Paul R.
Gregory and V. Lazarev. This is an edited volume published by the Hoover Institution Press at Stanford in PDF files for the various sections of the book are available on Hoover's website, and. By studying Soviet legal practices, we learn about the enforcement of coercive legislation in the USSR.
New archival data show how Soviet organs attempted to control labour in industry during the. Soviet Workers and Perestroika is a comprehensive analysis of the role of labour policy in the development and ultimate collapse of Mikhail Gorbachevs reforms.5/5(1).
Chapter 2 by Andrei Sokolov, “Forced Labor in Soviet Industry,” provides often neglected context in terms of the mechanisms of the wider Soviet labor market. The important thing here is that the growth of the Gulag was part of a wider process that had largely substituted coercion for other incentives by.
The Soviet Trade Unions who have developed “Socialist” competition, shock brigadism, and the Stakhanov “movement” are using all their power to develop the “progressive piecework system” of remuneration of labour in all branches of industry. In March,this system prevailed.
The Commissary of Labour, Schmidt, in one of his newspaper articles,2 states that the average wage in the state industry in the fourth quarter of the economic year I (July-September) amounts already to IIO per cent. of the real pre-war wage.
As the average wage of the Soviet worker in March, I, Schmidt. Soviet Trade Unions: Their Place in Soviet Labour Policy. Isaac Deutscher Chapter II: Trade Unions and the Revolution. The effect of the revolution which took place in February was in one way similar to that of the revolution of the newly-won political freedom favoured the.
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Free shipping for many products. Book Review: Labour and the Gulag: Russia and the Seduction of the British Left, by Giles Udy When was the date of guilty knowledge for defenders of Soviet communism. At what point did western supporters of the regime cease to be merely naive and became knowingly complicit.
Commenting on the ‘pyramid of corpses’ that the Bolsheviks. Trends in Soviet Labour Productivity, – War, Postwar Recovery, and Slowdown 1.
Introduction The aim of this article is to review the evidence for a long–run upward trend in Soviet labour productivity series. Since the evidence is not clear–cut, this necessarily. By studying Soviet legal practices, we learn about the enforcement of coercive legislation in the USSR.
New archival data show how Soviet organs attempted to control labour in industry during the Author: Donald Filtzer. Labor Book in Soviet law, the principal document reflecting a person’s work experience. Labor books are maintained for all employees of state, cooperative, and public enterprises and institutions who are on the job for more than five days.
Seasonal, temporary, and free-lance workers are included here if they are subject to state social insurance. This book is a collection of studies of forced labor in the Soviet Union until the time of Stalin’s death and its immediate aftermath. Thesestudiesfocusmainly on the most extremeformof coercion— penal labor, but they also describe the application of force in the everyday workplace, a practice prominent from the.
Soviet industry was always characterized by a large degree of manual labor. A substantial minority of such workers (some eleven percent in and fourteen percent in ) were skilled workers in repair and maintenance, but a far larger share (about half in the mids, and thirty-five percent in ) were low-skilled workers carrying out.
The upbuilding of Soviet Russia (five-year plan for industrial development of the Soviet Union) (New York, Amtorg Trading Corporation, ), by Joseph M.
Pavloff (page images at HathiTrust) The business machine industry (SIC ) in Minnesota and the U. S.: (includes the electronic computer industry): market performance, trends and projections.
INDUSTRIALIZATION, SOVIET The industrialization of the Soviet Union proceeded at a rapid pace between the two World Wars, starting in Within an historically short period of twelve to fifteen years, an economically backward agrarian country achieved rapid economic growth, created a more modern industrial sector, and acquired new technologies that changed it from an agrarian to an.
If, after the war, the Soviet Union had to re-build its industry out of its own resources, if the task of reconstruction was not “shared in a friendly way with those nations whose economic resources have been much less exhausted in the war,” (i.e.
U.S. and British imperialism), “the chances of a relaxation of the authoritarian and. Goldman’s book explores the key reasons for the unprecedented influx of women workers to industry and details the complex interactions of the Party, VTsSPS (All-Union Central Council of Trade Unions), and the Commissariat of Labour (NKT), as they tried to integrate the new workers.
Book Description. In Soviet Economy and the War the author presents a concise factual record of Soviet economic developments during a short period. This book outlines the economic planning and performance that accompanied the military training and preparation to meet the onset of Nazism.
Labour's public sector is a Soviet tractor factory and don't work any better in UK local government offices and police stations than in Soviet tractor factories.
inspection industry. Soviet Union - Economic Aspects: Books. 1 - 20 of results The Soviet Union In Transition. by Kinya Niiseki. NOOK Book $ $ Current price is $, Original price is $ Add to Wishlist. Quickview. Publish your book with B&N. Learn More. The B&N Mastercard®. THE ISSUE of the economic performance of the Soviet Union is hardly any less controversial today than it was at the height of the Cold War.
While specialists continue to debate the precise figures, the consensus today is that under Stalin the Soviet economy grew rapidly, though at enormous human cost, and that economic growth was not translated into commensurately rising living standards.
History. The Labour Party was born at the turn of the 20th century out of the frustration of working-class people at their inability to field parliamentary candidates through the Liberal Party, which at that time was the dominant social-reform party in the Trades Union Congress (the national federation of British trade unions) cooperated with the Independent Labour Party.
Lenin-related attractions were usually visited alongside standard Soviet sights, such as factories, dams and other marvels of industry. But as Soviet tourism evolved in. Allen talks about how Soviet industrialization was anchored on a rapid transfer of labour from farm to factory, and collectivization sped up that process and how it is possible to identify five interlaced characteristics of the Five-Year Plans: central planning, capital accumulation, growth of human capital, collectivization of agriculture, industrial revolution, and urbanization/5.Ultimately the Soviet Union has been forced to recognize the essential function that inequality plays in society.
Wage differences are the tools according to which workers are allocated by industry and occupation. Where workers are more productive, a higher wage will attract additional manpower and cause total production to rise.