The Rationalization of Personal Consumption (The Organizational Factor)
The Political Report of the CPSU Central Committee to the Twenty-seventh Party Congress emphasized the need to intensify the human factor, to strengthen the impact of social factors on economic development, and thus to increase productivity. The transition, under the conditions of developed socialism, to the intensive type of reproduction, which raises the role of man as society's main productive force, amplifies the significance of nontraditional socioeconomic growth factors in the personal consumption sphere.
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Volume (Year): 30 (1987)
Issue (Month): 2 (June)
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