TITLE

Purchasing power of workers in the Soviet Union

AUTHOR(S)
Nash, Edmund
PUB. DATE
May 1971
SOURCE
Monthly Labor Review;May71, Vol. 94 Issue 5, p39
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Studies the purchasing power of workers in the Soviet Union in 1928, 1953, 1962 and 1970. Objective of the wage-price policy in the country; Availability of goods and services; Policies for improving living conditions. INSET: Environmental control.
ACCESSION #
6014121

 

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