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Estimating the market for computers in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe
John P Stein
|Series||Rand Corporation. Rand report -- R-1406-CIEP/ARPA, R (Rand Corporation) -- R-1406-CIEP/ARPA|
|Contributions||Council on International Economic Policy (U.S.), United States. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||31|
From the end of World War II in until the collapse of the USSR in , the Soviet Union and the United States competed in the global community for the control of labor, resources, and world power. Each side attracted allies, and most countries were on the side of either the United States or the Soviet Union; very few remained neutral. The story of why the Soviet Union first labeled the computer as a taboo invention, and later believed it would prove the superiority of the communist system. In , MIT mathematician Norbert Wiener published Cybernetics, a book that heralded the coming information age.
THE GREAT SOVIET POLISH AND GERMAN LAND REDISTRIBUTION. Once Hitler was defeated in and the Red Army lay like a smothering blanket across eastern Germany and Poland, the Soviet Union took a huge slice of Poland in the east inhabited by about 3,, Poles, and including the cities of Lwow and Wilno. Stalin's desire to establish pro-Soviet governments in the countries of Eastern Europe to serve as a buffer zone against possible western attacks on the Soviet Union. The Truman Doctrine was a consequence of a civil war in.
and military hardware in the Soviet Union, Soviet troops and military hardware stationed in Eastern Europe, and the allegiance of Eastern Euro-pean countries. "This implies that the allegiance of Eastern European countries (aggregate o f non-market benefits outlined above) can serve as a substitute for the use of. These included the Soviet Union’s first computer, the MESM, and its first small computer, the M The Soviets even launched a capitalist-style competition between two competing programs in January , the same month that Time Magazine ran its famous cover.
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Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.]. The potential market for Western computers in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union (EESU) is the difference between EESU's demand if Western computers were readily available, estimated from a demand function fitted to West European countries, and the number obtainable without additional Western imports.
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The objective of the project, which was also known as Ryad ('series'), was to create a general purpose computer for the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe. The Soviet computer industry continued to stagnate through the s. As personal computers spread to offices and industries in the United States and most Western countries, the Soviet Union failed to keep up.
Bythere were overcomputers in the country. In the Soviet Union had abouttrained programmers, but they did not have enough. In Robert Brenner, Director of the Center for Social Theory and Comparative History at UCLA, authored a two-part essay on the decline and collapse of the Soviet and Eastern European economic article appeared in the March/April issue of Against the Current and is reproduced here for the first time.
Brenner is the author of many vital books on. Book Description. This interdisciplinary study offers a comprehensive analysis of the transition economies of Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union.
Providing full historical context and drawing on a wide range of literature, this book explores the continuous economic and social transformation of the post-socialist world.
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An evaluation is given to high-performance computing in the former Soviet Union. The authors describe how since the beginning of the modern electronic digital computing era in.
Both sides realized that their visions for the future of Europe and the world were incompatible. Joseph Stalin, the premier of the Soviet Union, wished to retain hold of Eastern Europe and establish Communist, pro-Soviet governments there, in an effort to both expand Soviet influence and protect the Soviet Union from future invasions.
This volume presents work from an international group of writers who explore conceptualizations of what defined “East” and “West” in Eastern Europe, imperial Russia, and the Soviet Union. The contributors analyze the effects of transnational interactions on ideology, politics, and cultural : Paperback.
This book discusses the evolution of ideas about the desirable combination of planning and market in the former Soviet Union, Poland, Czechoslovakia and Hungary since the s, when major economic reforms started, up towhen the countries became engaged in a transformation of their economies from 'socialist' to market economies.
Gorbachev and Deng Xiaoping, in Wren's estimate, share a fatal flaw: each wants a basically unaltered political system, with unavoidable reforms imposed from the top instead of emanating from below, as in Eastern Europe. This thoroughgoing critique is crucial reading for those seeking to gauge the future direction of the two Communist : Christopher S.
Wren. The fall of the Soviet Union lead to a reunited Germany, a US withdrawal from Europe and its affairs, and a vast number of new states seeking to ‘rejoin’ the West. Whilst Europe had been divided by the ‘Iron Curtain’, and the much less metaphorical Berlin Wall, during the Cold War period, reunification and the subsequent process of.
The Soviet Union officially fell on December, 26 when the USSR was dissolved and the communist-era policies of the region ceased. The USSR's weakened military and economy following World War.This book discusses the evolution of ideas about the desirable combination of planning and market in the former Soviet Union, Poland, Czechoslovakia and Hungary since the s, Soviet Union.
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