- Author:Gregory Grossman
- Publisher:Prentice Hall (November 27, 1970)
- Pages:211 pages
- Subcategory:Politics & Government
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The second economy in the USSR and Eastern Europe. Essays in socialism and planning in honor of Carl Landauer.
Home Browse Books Book details, The Postcommunist Economic Transformation: Essays. The Postcommunist Economic Transformation: Essays in Honor of Gregory Grossman. The ongoing effort to transform the centrally planned economies of the postcommunist east into market economies has dashed early hopes that it would be possible to formulate a design and an agenda for marketization and privatization, to manage the process rationally, and to emerge from the turmoil of structural change fairly quickly. This volume takes a sober second look at approaches to and prospects for making the transition to new economic systems.
More by Gregory Grossman. Economic Systems (Foundations of modern economics series). Money and Plan: Financial Aspects of East European Economic Reforms (Russian and East European studies).
Reflections on European socialism, by A. Gerschenkron. Planning and the consumer sector, by G. Katona. Some criteria for programs for the slums and ghettos, by N. Glazer. Landauer's Theory of national economic planning revisited, by B. Cazes. Some thoughts on Landauer's Theory of national economic planning, by A. P. Lerner. Three models of planning in Yugoslavia, by R. Bićanić. Social engineering and Realpolitik in Communist economic reorganization, by A. Brzeski. The solidary society: a philosophical issue in Communist economic reforms, by G. Grossman. Personal Name: Landauer, Carl, 1891
Landauer C. Theory of national economic planning. Berkeley (Ca. : University of California Press, 1994. Englewood Cliffs (.
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Solid collection of essays in honor of Carl F. Henry. Every essay in this book usually begins by advancing some issues, discussing the current associated thoughts on the matter, and finally presenting the biblical view on it.
Solid collection of essays in honor of Carl F. They address the church of Christ in its cultural setting, with facets on law, literature, art, history, media, science, environment, bioethics, etc. Scholars such as . Essay by D. A. Carson on Christian witness in the age of pluralism, for example, begins sistematically by discussions on the nature of pluralism and why it becomes a challenge.
Grossman was able, however, to continue working on Everything Flows, a novel even more critical of Soviet society than Life . Grossman (with glasses) is farthest left of the men sitting
Grossman was able, however, to continue working on Everything Flows, a novel even more critical of Soviet society than Life and Fate, until his last days in the hospital. He died on September 14, 1964, on the eve of the twenty-third anniversary of the massacre of the Jews of Berdichev, in which his mother had died. Grossman (with glasses) is farthest left of the men sitting. Vasily Semyonovich Grossman was born on December 12, 1905, in Berdichev, a Ukrainian town that was home to one of Europe’s largest Jewish communities. In 1897, not long before Grossman’s birth, the overall population had been nearly fifty-four thousand, of whom more than forty-one thousand were Jews.
Gregory Grossman (July 5, 1921, Kiev – August 14, 2014) was late professor emeritus at UC Berkeley, an authority on the economy of the Soviet Union. He received his undergraduate degree in economics from Berkeley in 1942 and his P. in economics from Harvard University in 1952. He spent his entire career, 1952-1993, at Berkeley.