Employment and Labour Productivity in USSR Railroads, 1928-1950

Published in: Soviet Studies, v. 5, no. 1, July 1953, p. 32-43

Posted on RAND.org on June 30, 1952

by A. David Redding

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A descriptive survey of employment, traffic volume, and labor productivity in USSR railroads from 1928-1950. Thus, certain railroad time series (culled from a variety of official and semi-official Soviet sources) are determined.

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