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Author Maggs, Peter B.

Title Law and Economic Development in the Soviet Union
Published Milton : Routledge, 2019
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Description 1 online resource (306 pages)
Contents Cover; Half Title; About the Book and Editors; Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgments; 1. INTRODUCTION: THE LEGAL IMPACT OF ECONOMIC MODERNIZATION IN THE USSR; Inadequacy of Information; Overcoming Ideological Barriers; Rising Public Expectations; Maintaining Control of the People; 2. THE CHANGING ROLE AND FUNCTIONS OF SOCIALIST LAW AS A REGULATORY INSTRUMENT IN SOVIET SOCIETY; From Law as Ideology to Law as Social Science; From Revolutionary to Regulatory Role of Law; Contemporary Socialist Legal Regulation: Concept and Functions; Conclusion: Evaluating the Efficacy of Legal Regulation
3. CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS IN THE USSR AND POLAND DURING THE ERA OF SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL REVOLUTIONSoviet and Polish Doctrines of Constitutional Rights in the Era of STR: Continuity and Change; Model 1; Model 2; Model 3; The Polish Experiment and the Socialist Concept of Constitutional Rights; Post Script; 4. ECONOMIC MODERNIZATION AND LEGAL PROBLEMS OF PROFESSIONAL TRAINING OF WORKERS IN THE USSR; Preparation of Workers in Vocational and Technical Education Institutions; The Slow Growth of Technical Training Schools
Program-Goal PlanningConclusions; 6. LEGAL ASPECTS OF THE COMPUTERIZATION OF MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS IN THE USSR AND EASTERN EUROPE; Hardware; Organizational Structure; Contracts for Computer Sales; Service; Contracts for Rental of Computers or Sale of Computer Time; Legal Implications of the Microprocessor Hardware Revolution; Industrial Property Law implications of Hardware Copying; Software; Software Institutional Structure; Organization of Software Production and Distribution; Information; Toward paperless Economic Management
Some Problems of the Preparation of Working Cadres Through Practical TrainingTraining of New Workers; Retraining and Training for a Second Skill; Improving Workers' Skills; Payment and Other Privileges for Vocational Training; 5. INTERBRANCH AND INTERREGIONAL COORDINATION PROBLEMS IN THE SOVIET ECONOMY; Regional Development and Horizontal Integration; Territorial-Production Complexes; Law and the Territorial-Production Complexes; Regional Interbranch Scientific Centers; Horizontal Integration and Regional Planning; Non-Territorial Mechanisms for Horizontal Integration; Information Networks
The Microprocessor and Computer Communications Revolutions and the Legal Regulation of Information FlowConclusion; 7. POLITICAL AND LEGAL ASPECTS OF THE DEVELOPMENT AND USE OF NUCLEAR POWER IN THE USSR AND EASTERN EUROPE; Some Aspects of the Development of Nuclear Power Policy; The Role of Nuclear Power in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe; General Attitudes Toward the Problem of Safety; The Legal Framework for the Development and Use of Nuclear Power; The Scope of Nuclear Law; The Organization of Nuclear Activities; Licensing; Criminal Law Sanctions
Notes Health Regulations and Other Safety Standards
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Subject Economic policy.
Innovations -- Droit -- URSS
Innovations -- Droit -- Europe de l'Est
Technischer Fortschritt
Technological innovations -- Law and legislation -- Europe, Eastern
Technological innovations -- Law and legislation -- Soviet Union.
Technological innovations -- Law and legislation.
Economic policy.
Technological innovations -- Law and legislation.
Eastern Europe.
Soviet Union.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0429696191