Gosplan


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Gosplan

(ˈɡɒsˌplæn)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the state planning commission of the former Soviet Union or any of its constituent republics: it was responsible for coordination and development of the economy, social services, etc
[C20: from Russian Gos(udarstvennaya) Plan(ovaya Comissiya) State Planning Committee]
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In the course of the first Five Year Plan, Stalin dictated to Gosplan, rather than take expert advice.
Ironically, while Gosplan was scrapped when Soviet communism collapsed in 1991 its Indian counterpart continued to thrived in Yojna Bhavan.
By educating policymakers and the public on these alternatives, hopefully spectrum management can look less like the Soviet GOSPLAN and more like a market.
When you look into all this bizarre activity of the European Union with its 80,000 pages of regulations it looks like Gosplan. We used to have an organisation which was planning everything in the economy.
aasta plaani koostamine toimus uue skeemi jargi: ettevote voi ehitusorganisatsioon--tootmisharu valitsus--rahvamajanduse noukogu vabariigi plaanikomisjon--vabariigi ministrite noukogu--NSV Liidu Gosplan NSV Liidu Ministrite Noukogu.
It would do what Gosplan could not: make the Soviet economy into a vast, efficient, self-regulating machine that brought supply into perfect harmony with demand for everyone.
As with everything in the U.S.S.R., whaling was based upon a system of production targets set by the industrial plans created by the State Planning Committee of the Council of Ministers (Gosplan (10)).
(28.) Michael Rossman, "Too Big to Fail Arguments Hark Back to Gosplan," Financial Times (Letters), November 6, 2009.
(7) Esto con base en las recomendaciones del Sistema Estatal de Planificacion (conocido en ruso como Gosplan).
(56.) "Note by USSR Prime Minister Nikolai Ryzhkov to Mikhail Gorbachev, Attacking State Planning Committee (Gosplan) Memorandum on Soviet Expenditures in Afghanistan, January 1988," Coht War International History Project Bulletin 14-15, 2003-4, 255-6.
Details of this project were discussed by a team from Gosplan visiting Pyongyang in February 1985--one month before Mikhail Gorbachev took the helm in Moscow.