Economic Planning

Economic planning is the process policymakers undertake to ensure the generation, sharing, and consumption of wealth. RAND has examined the economic planning at local and national levels, the economic cycles that result, and the political issues surrounding the economic planning process.

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    Report

    Economic planning and the military electronics industry.

    A discussion of the role of the economist (1) in making overall evaluations of national economic conditions and corporate long-range planning activities, and (2) in using cost-sensitivity-analysis techniques to estimate the economic impact of alterna...

    Jan 1, 1960

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    Report

    The law of value and Soviet economic planning.

    A critical review of the comment in The American Economic Review (1944-1945) on a Soviet press release which asserted that, contrary to the views previously held in the Soviet Union, the law of value operates in socialist economics....

    Jan 1, 1950

  • People

    People

    Jack Kroger

    Ph.D. Student, Pardee RAND Graduate School, and Assistant Policy Researcher, RAND
    Education M.Sc. in development studies, The London School of Economics and Political Science; B.S. in economics and statistics, Carnegie Mellon University

  • People

    People

    C. Richard Neu

    Adjunct Staff; Professor, Pardee RAND Graduate School
    Education B.S. in economics, California Institute of Technology; M.A. in economics, Harvard University; Ph.D. in economics, Harvard University

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