The Productive Accumulation Norm
AbstractThe building of communism is inseparably connected with the resolution of two cardinal interrelated problems: the execution of the grandiose revolution in science and technology and the attainment on its basis of the highest level of well-being for the people. The resolution of these problems requires the appropriate distribution of the resources of national income for the needs of consumption and of productive accumulation. The proportions in such distribution are established on a planned basis through the norm of productive accumulation, which plays an important social and economic role in the development of socialist economy. At the same time, there are still certain unclear points in the theory of the norm of accumulation, and we shall address ourselves to a number of these points in the present article.
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Volume (Year): 15 (1973)
Issue (Month): 10 (February)
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