Economic Planning Planned Economy, Economic Calculation Problem, Five-Year Plans for the National Economy of the Soviet Union
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 43. Chapters: Planned economy, Economic calculation problem, Five-Year Plans for the National Economy of the Soviet Union, Five-Year Plans of the People's Republic of China, Second Malaysia Plan, Permanent war economy, Socialism for the rich and capitalism for the poor, Five-Year Plans of Vietnam, Monnet Plan, First Malaysia Plan, Three-Year Plan, Gosplan, Ole Colbjornsen, Five-Year Plans of Nepal, Five-Year Plans of Pakistan, Project Cybersyn, Ninth Malaysia Plan, Economic interventionism, Indicative planning, Five-Year Plans of South Korea, Economic Calculation in the Socialist Commonwealth, Decentrally planned economy, Second Malayan Five Year Plan, First Malayan Five-Year Plan, National Economic Development Council, Material balance planning, Tenth Malaysia Plan, Six-Year Plan, Economic egalitarianism. Excerpt: The Five-Year Plans of People's Republic of China (PRC) (simplified Chinese: traditional Chinese: pinyin: Zh ngguo W nian Jihua) are a series of economic development initiatives. The economy was shaped by the Communist Party of China (CPC) through the plenary sessions of the Central Committee and national congresses. The party plays a leading role in establishing the foundations and principles of Chinese communism, mapping strategies for economic development, setting growth targets, and launching reforms. Planning is a key characteristic of centralized, communist economies, and one plan established for the entire country normally contains detailed economic development guidelines for all its regions. In order to more accurately reflect China's transition from a Soviet-style planned economy to a socialist market economy (socialism with Chinese characteristics), the name of the 11th five-year program was changed to "guideline" (simplified Chinese: pinyin: gu hua) instead of "plan" (simplified Chinese: pinyin: jihu...