Labor and Capital in the Soviet Union by Republics
DUKE UNIV CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDIES DURHAM NC
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This paper is the twentieth in the Series of Duke University- University of North Carolina Occasional Papers on Input-Output analysis on the USSR produced by participants in the research project on Soviet input-output analysis established at the two universities under a four-year grant provided by the Ford Foundation. This study focused on the employment of labor and capital in the 15 Soviet Union republics in 1966. The capital component is presented in terms of values of fixed capital assets and depreciation payments and the labor component in terms of average employment in man-years, wages, and social security payments. The study was undertaken for two purposes to provide a source for estimating components of the value-added quadrants for the republican input-output tables and as a basis for subsequent analysis of regional and republican differentials in labor and capital-output ratios and other comparative studies.
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