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Mongolia : a centrally planned economy in transition.

Author: Pradumna Bickram Rana; Asian Development Bank.
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 1992.
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Growing disenchantment with the socialist economic model, the breakdown of the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance bloc, and the advent of perestroika and glasnost in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, form the basis for Mongolia's decision to open its economy and implement a range of economic reforms. In its current effort towards structural change, Mongolia's government has adopted a comprehensive
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Mongolia.
New York : Oxford University Press, 1992
(OCoLC)646926942
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Pradumna Bickram Rana; Asian Development Bank.
ISBN: 019585893X 9780195858938 0195858948 9780195858945
OCLC Number: 27187816
Notes: "P.B. Rana revised the Report and was also responsible for the production of this book"--Preface.
Revised edition of: Economic report on the Mongolian People's Republic / K.H. Moinuddin ... et al.
"Published for the Asian Development Bank."
Description: xvi, 250 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Contents: Map of Mongolia --
Basic Data --
Abbreviations and Acronyms --
Measurements --
pt. I. Macroeconomic Assessments. Ch. 1. Country Profile. Natural Resources. Political Developments. Political Reforms. Administrative System. Economic Planning System. Review of Plan Performance. Ch. 2. Economic and Social Development. Historical Background. National Income Aggregates and Structural Changes. Trends in Savings and Investments. Economic Developments, 1986-1991. Trends in Wages and Employment. Lessons of the Past and Implications for the Future. Ch. 3. Financial Sector. Banking Reforms and Present Structure. Recent Trends in Money Supply, Credit and Deposits. Assessment of Policy Reforms. Ch. 4. Public Finance and Fiscal Policy. Trends in Revenue and Expenditure. Issues in Fiscal Policy. Ch. 5. External Sector. New Convertible Currency Trade Regime and Its Impact. Overview of Balance of Payments. Recent Trends in Current Transactions. Capital Account. External Debt. Exchange Rate Policies. Assessment of Reforms. Ch. 6. Economic Reforms, Development Issues and Prospects. Economic Reform Program. Issues in Short-term Economic Management. Structural Issues. Prospects --
pt. II. Sectoral Assessments. Ch. 7. Agriculture Sector. Resources, Constraints and Past Developments. Organizational Structure and Policy Outline. Livestock Subsector. Crop Production Subsector. Marketing, Storage and Processing of Agricultural Products. Issues and Agenda for Policy Reform. Ch. 8. Industry Sector. Structural Change. Recent Trends in Industrial Output. Trends in Industrial Investment. Industry and Trade. Productivity and Performance. Recent Sectoral Reform Policies. Issues and Approach to Sector Reform. Ch. 9. Social Infrastructure Sector. Health Subsector. Education Subsector. Water Supply Subsector. Ch. 10. Transport and Communications Sectors. Transport Sector. Communication Sector. Ch. 11. Energy Sector. Energy Sources. Energy Use. Issues. Ch. 12. Natural Resources and Environment. Natural Resource Base. Pattern of Economic Development and Its Impact on the Environment. Issues. Agenda for Action.
Other Titles: Economic report on the Mongolian People's Republic.
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