Central Planning in Czechoslovakia

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Central Planning in Czechoslovakia

By Jan M. Michal
Stanford University Press, 1960
274 pp. $5.75

A detailed examination of the Czech economy in the decade 1948-1958, as a case study of central planning in an already industrialized country. The author does not find the performance thus far particularly impressive, as compared to the achievements of the Western European economies in the same years.

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