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Comparisons and implications of alternative views of the Soviet economy

Author: Mark Myron Hopkins; Michael Kennedy; United States. Department of Defense. Director of Net Assessment.
Publisher: Santa Monica, CA. : Rand Corp., [1984]
Series: R (Rand Corporation), 3075-NA.
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"This report uses the Hopkins-Kennedy optimal control model of the Soviet Union to explore the implications of and make comparisons between three "worlds" (views) that hold differing assumptions concerning the nature of the Soviet economy. These are the "Birman world," the "CIA world," and the "Rosefielde-Lee world." A secondary object is to investigate a large number of scenarios concerning foreign trade so as to  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Myron Hopkins; Michael Kennedy; United States. Department of Defense. Director of Net Assessment.
ISBN: 0833005235 9780833005236
OCLC Number: 9852687
Notes: "March 1984."
"R-3075-NA."
Description: xv, 77 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Series Title: R (Rand Corporation), 3075-NA.
Responsibility: Mark M. Hopkins, Michael Kennedy ; prepared for the Director of Net Assessment, Office of the Secretary of Defense.

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"This report uses the Hopkins-Kennedy optimal control model of the Soviet Union to explore the implications of and make comparisons between three "worlds" (views) that hold differing assumptions concerning the nature of the Soviet economy. These are the "Birman world," the "CIA world," and the "Rosefielde-Lee world." A secondary object is to investigate a large number of scenarios concerning foreign trade so as to improve understanding of this important aspect of the Soviet economy."--Rand abstracts.

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