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Planification; Non-market socialism
Centrally Planned Economies: The Soviets at Peace, the United States at War, DiNoto, Michael, American Journal of Economics and Sociology; 53(4), October 1994, pages 415-32. Abstract

Towards a new socialism, Cockshott, W. Paul; Cottrell, Allin F., Nottingham, U.K.: Spokesman, 1993, pages 234. Abstract

Calculation, Complexity and Planning: The Socialist Calculation Debate Once Again, Cottrell, Allin F.; Cockshott, W. Paul, Review of Political Economy; 5(1), 1993, pages 73-112.

From Marx to Mises: Post-capitalist society and the challenge of economic calculation, Steele, David Ramsay, La Salle, Ill.: Open Court, 1992, pages xviii, 440. Abstract

Market and Plan: The Evolution of Socialist Social Structures in History and Theory, Laibman, David, Science and Society; 56(1), Spring 1992, pages 60-91.

Cyclical growth in market and planned economies, Hillinger, Claude, ed., Oxford; New York; Toronto and Melbourne: Oxford University Press, Clarendon Press, 1992, pages x, 203. Abstract

Planning, politics and the state: Political foundations of planning thought, Low, Nicholas P., Cambridge, Mass. and London: Unwin Hyman; North Sydney: Allen and Unwin, 1991, pages xiv, 313. Abstract

Socialist planning, Ellman, Michael, Second edition, Modern Cambridge Economics series. Cambridge; New York and Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, 1989, pages xvii, 362. Abstract

Quantitative economics of socialism: Input-output approaches, Kuboniwa, Masaaki, Hitotsubashi University, Institute of Economic Research Economic Research Series, no. 27. Tokyo: Kinokuniya; Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 1989, pages xiii, 278. Abstract

Toward a General Model of Price, Choice of Technique and Distribution in a Centrally-Planned, Socialist Economy, Alcorn, John; Gleicher, David; Swanson, Paul A., Economics of Planning; 22(3), 1988, pages 117-35.

The Plan Price in the National Economy's System of Management, Petrakov, Nikolay Ya, Problems of Economics; 30(3), July 1987, pages 38-53.

Non-market socialism in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, Rubel, Maximilien; Crump, John, eds., New York: St. Martin's Press, 1987, pages xi, 187. Abstract

Non-market Socialism in the Nineteenth Century, Rubel, Maximilien, Rubel, Maximilien, ed.; Crump, John, ed. Non market socialism in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1987, pages 10-34.

The Thin Red Line: Non-market Socialism in the Twentieth Century, Crump, John, Rubel, Maximilien, ed.; Crump, John, ed. Non market socialism in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1987, pages 35-59.

Democratic Economic Planning and Worker Ownership, Dugger, William M., Journal of Economic Issues; 21(1), March 1987, pages 87-99. Abstract

Keynesian theory, planning models and quantitative economics:, Gandolfo, Giancarlo; Marzano, Ferruccio, ed., Universita Degli Studi di Roma "La Sapienza" series no. 44, 1 and 2. Milan: Giuffre, 1987, pages liv, 522; ix, 524-977. Abstract

The Putative Defects of Socialist Economic Planning: Reply [Was Marx a Utopian Socialist?]., Hunt, E. K., Science and Society; 50(1), Spring 1986, pages 102-07.

Essentialism and Socialist Economic Planning: A Methodological Critique of Optimal Planning Theory, Ruccio, David F., Warren J. Samuels, ed. Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology. Greenwich, CT: JAI, 1986, pages 85-108

Planning and Class in Transitional Societies, Ruccio, David F., Paul Zarembka, ed. Research in Political Economy. Greenwich, CT: JAI, 1986, pages 235-52

Marx, the Classical Firm, and Economic Planning, Phillips, Ronnie J., Journal of Post-Keynesian Economics; 8(2), Winter 1985-86, pages 266-76.


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