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Socialist Planning after the Collapse of the Soviet Union

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  • Paul Cockshott
  • Allin Cottrell


We make the argument that what failed in the USSR was not socialist planning as such, but a particular and definitely flawed variant of same, and suggest the outlines of an alternative system of planning. The paper is complementary to our 1993 book, "Towards a New Socialism."

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Paper provided by Post-Keynesian Archive in its series Papers deposited by Authors with number _015.

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Publication status: published in Revue Europeene des Sciences Sociales, 1993
Handle: RePEc:wop:pokear:_015
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  1. Arnold, N. Scott, 1987. "Marx And Disequilibrium in Market Socialist Relations of Production," Economics and Philosophy, Cambridge University Press, vol. 3(01), pages 23-47, April.
  2. Pranab Bardhan & John E. Roemer, 1992. "Market Socialism: A Case for Rejuvenation," Journal of Economic Perspectives, American Economic Association, vol. 6(3), pages 101-116, Summer.
  3. Paul Cockshott, "undated". "Calculation, Complexity and Planning: The Socialist Calculation Debate Once Again," Papers deposited by Authors _014, Post-Keynesian Archive.
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