Structural Change in the Czechoslovak Economy to the Year 2000

  • Karl Zeman

Summary

This chapter summarizes the basic findings from analytical and forecasting work on feasible methods of restructuring of the Czechoslovak economy in the period until 2000. The chapter concentrates on changes in the basic proportions of the reproduction process under conditions of intensive economic growth and basic trends in structural development. These trends are tested by a model based on the assumption of linkage between the achieved level of economic development and the structure of net material product and employment.

Keywords

Europe Transportation Income Assure 

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