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The Relation between Production and Distribution

  • J. Wilczynski

Abstract

Trade normally provides a link between production and consumption (including ‘productive consumption’, i.e. the use of intermediate goods in the process of production). However, its actual functions performed in a Socialist economy depend on the stage of economic development, the system of planning and management, the organization of production, the role of the consumer, the nature of markets and the accepted strategy of growth in general.

Keywords

Consumer Good Producer Good Socialist Economy German Democratic Republic Socialist Country 
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References

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    A. Nastenko, (‘Advertising — What Should Its Functions Be?’), Ekonomicheskaya gazeta (Economic Gazette), Moscow, no. 28, July 1969, p. I I.Google Scholar
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    See, e.g., K. Ivanov, (‘The Turnover Tax under the New System’), Planovo stopanstvo, 10/1968, pp. 54-6.Google Scholar
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    L. Leontyev, (‘Economic Processes under Socialism’), Kommunist, 3/1967, p. 66.Google Scholar
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    B. Miszewski, Postęp ekonomiczny w gospodarce przemyslowej (Economic Progress in an Industrialized Country), Warsaw, PWE, 1968, pp. 108-9.Google Scholar

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© J. Wilczynski 1972

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