Methods of Calculating the Economic Effectiveness of New Technology
AbstractMany readers of our weekly suggest that the curriculum of correspondence course in economics include problems of determining the economic effectiveness of new technology. Letters with requests for a description of new methods of calculating economic effectiveness have come from the Chief Engineer of the Ostashkovo tannery, Mironov, the economist at the Melitopolâ Machine-Tool Works, Iakovlev, and the economists of the design-andtechnology bureau of the Kursk Economic Council, Kovrigin, Vichurskaia, Sveshnikov, Sergeev, Derfelâ, Pokachalova, Mamedova and others.
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Volume (Year): 6 (1963)
Issue (Month): 4 (August)
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