Does Law Matter in the Soviet Economic Reform Process? a Case Study of the Law Governing Internal Transfers

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101 DOES LAW MATTER IN THE SOVIET ECONOMIC REFORM PROCESS? A CASE STUDY OF THE LAW GOVERNING INTERNAL TRANSFERS KATHRYN HENDLEY* University of California, Berkeley 1. Introduction z The essence of the economic reforms currently underway in the Soviet Union is an attempt to make the economy run more efficiently. One of the most critical proving grounds for these reforms is the workplace. More specifically, the productivity of labor must be enhanced in order for the Soviet Union to stand any chance of competing in the world economy. Prior efforts to stimulate productivity, whether through tightening labor discipline or enhancing

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