Dear Prof. Wolff, How did the Soviets and other planned economies gauge prices and demands through their central planning? I found this NY Times article from 1988 that mentioned coops in the USSR. I thought Soviets hated coops on the grounds that they were ideologically bourgeois, so I looked into it a little more, and found this link to a law on coops in USSR. Would you be able to breakdown how coops fit into Soviet central planning? Thank you very much, Andrea
Prices, coops, and planning in the USSR
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