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Factory and management in the USSR
J. S. Berliner
by Harvard U.P.
Written in English
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At a Stalingrad tractor factory, a year-old American earned $ a month compared to $ at Ford's in Detroit, along with rent-free housing, a maid, thirty days' vacation a year, and free passage to the USSR. p By , Soviet borders sealed tight. p European Matlagernent ]omtal Volutrre 4 No 1 @ Europeatl Managrvmt ]ourrlal ISSN $ Management in the USSR - Its Present and Future J. M. Gvishiani Deputy Chairman, USSR Council of Ministers for Science and Technology and Vice Chancellor of the Academy of Management Mr Gvishiani gives a full account of Soviet successes of Soviet management science with a cer- Management.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Berliner, Joseph S. Factory and manager in the USSR. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, (OCoLC) iii. the goals of management; iv. premiums and other goals; v. 75profit as a goal; vi. the safety factor and the production plan; vii.
the safety factor and the procurement plan; viii. the assortment of production; ix. the quality of production; x. falsification of reporting; xi.
Factory and Manager in the USSR (eBook, )  Get this from a library. Factory and Manager in the USSR. “Attempts to locate oneself within history are as natural, and as absurd, as attempts to locate oneself within astronomy.
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Factory and manager in the USSR., Toronto Public Library. There are few books on Soviet design so this volume is Factory and management in the USSR book and brings together a panoply of items from the last 40 years of the USSR.
Although the Scientific Research Institute of Scientific Aesthetics tried to develop a Soviet design culture it was faced with an economic system with its five-year plans and factory directors reluctant to change to a better s: Constructivist Architecture in the USSR.
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A delegation from the Soviet Union’s Amtorg Trading Corporation and the Moscow Automobile Trust visited Detroit inthe year after Ford changed over from the Model T to the Model A.
The Ford company had shown interest in negotiating with the Soviets as worldwide sales of the Model T waned and Soviet orders for Fordson tractors dropped.
Im addition to factory work, many women in the USSR were employed A) As government officials B) in finance and management C) in healthcare and education D) as a secret police and interrogators 2 See answers Answer /5 0.
FathymFuller +1 kason11wd and 1 other learned from this answer. USSR versus Europe and Its Offshoots 8 USSR versus East Asia 9 USSR versus Latin America 10 USSR versus the Rest of the World 11 Agricultural and Industrial Prices, 28 Real Wages, 38 Real Wages, Building Workers, 39 Real Earnings, Agriculture, A similar process was under way in the former Soviet Union until it ceased to exist and turned into a loose commonwealth.
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Berliner. For her other books, Alexievich interviewed people about their experience of the Second World War, the Soviet war in Afghanistan, and the dissolution of the Soviet Union. The accounting system that they apply in the Soviet Union was also invented under capitalism.' Guevara first travelled to the USSR in His deputy Orlando Borrego recalled that they visited an electronics factory which did accounts by abacus.
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The Soviet Union, which in had o cars and a single truck factory, was eager to join the ranks of automotive production, and Ford. The book under review tells the story of a little-known and somewhat unusual group of victims of the Great Terror in the USSR. In the early s, a few thousand Americans went to the Soviet Union to work, many of them in the belief that the move was temporary.Beatrice and Sidney Webb during their trip to the Soviet Union in InWebb was elected a Fellow of the British Academy (FBA); she was the first woman elected to the fellowship.
 That year, Sidney and Beatrice, now in their 70s, spent two months from 21 May to late July in the Soviet Union.Stage two began in mid, with the rash of legislation on enterprise management, cooperatives, and joint ventures, and was Gorbachev's true inaugural as the Soviet Union's most radical reformer.