By Jan Adam
The writer discusses the conventional method of administration of the financial system because it existed within the early Fifties within the USSR and is going directly to care for the reforms of the Sixties and of the Nineteen Eighties, kingdom through state. He exhibits that the point of interest of the reforms is on discovering a formal blend of making plans and the industry mechanism, and their good fortune may be judged by way of their skill to unravel acute financial difficulties.
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In the Soviet Union, this is the area where the reform went the furthest. In the Soviet Union, Poland and Hungary a special incentive fund was established and it was not only fed from but also, and this was a 36 Economic Re/orms 0/ the 1960s novelty, determined by profit (in the USSR only to a degree), whereas in Czechoslovakia there was no special incentive fund in most enterprises (enterprises were given the right to determine whether the wage bill would be used for wages or for bonuses). In employment regulation the difference between the Soviet reform and that of the other three countries was not so large as one would expect.
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