Industrial Output in the USSR and Russia, 1861—2012
Part I. Reconstruction of Basic Time-series The trajectory of the industrial output of the Russian empire/the USSR/ the Russian Federation for more than 150 years has been carefully investigated through official statistics as well as dozens of alternative estimates made by Russian and foreign experts. Alternative estimates are compared with official data and the usefulness and credibility of the latter are determined. Official figures for Russian industrial production for 1941—1945 as well as the time-series for 1887—1926 as constructed by V. Varzar have been retrieved from the archives and are being introduced here for the first time.
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