Material Incentives and the Economic Effect of New Technology
In accordance with the decisions of the Twenty-seventh Congress of the CPSU, the full-speed acceleration of scientific-technological progress [STP] and the widespread introduction of new generations of machinery and fundamentally new technologies must ensure the highest end results: productivity and effectiveness. The present system of material incentives for the development, assimilation, and introduction of new equipment does not sufficiently stimulate attainment of the actual end results of STP and demands radical improvement.
Volume (Year): 30 (1987)
Issue (Month): 4 (August)
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