Economic Planning and the Firm in Yugoslavia as Compared to the Soviet Union
Dee, Alan Gordon
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To give a better perspective of the trends of communism as well as to obtain.a more accurate conception of the degree of radicalism in Yugoslavia, I also intend to explore and explicate the corresponding institutions in the Soviet Union. In this way, I will be using it as a sort of "experimental control," a "typical" example of communism. By virtue of its size, power, and prestige as proven by the fact that most other communist countries follow its lead and that in many cases it retains some type of control over its smaller comrades, using it as a criterion for judging communism is valid.