This book highlights that Soviet economic planners and politicians must come to recognize the need to make fundamental changes, not simply incremental refinements, in the failing Soviet system. It examines the dynamics of the process of perestroika and the complexity of individual economic issues.

chapter 4|32 pages

Ownership Issues in Perestroika

chapter 5|7 pages

Lessons from Eastern Europe

chapter 11|25 pages

Perestroika and Social Entitlements