Greenwood Press, 1982-1986
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1981 ISBN 9780313236297
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1983 ISBN 9780313245367
This latest volume is not merely an update of previous editions. The number of tables on energy in the CMEA region, including a projection to the year 2000, has increased substantially. Additions include graphs detailing growth of per capita national income, the growth of industrial output of the individual CMEA countries and of the area as a whole, and improvements in agricultural production. In the period since the first edition of COMECON Data there have been substantial changes and improvements in the sources of information used in compiling this volume, and these are reflected in the data reported. For example, most of the Hungarian time series are now available for the years since 1970, and the 1983 edition presents several time series substantially superior to those in the 1981 edition. The detailed list of tables and the alphabetical index insure easy access to the specific information needed by the user.
1985 ISBN 9780313256004
Comecon Data 1985 gives ready and systematic access to economic and foreign trade data that otherwise is widely scattered in original sources and published in a multitude of languages. Trade flows from and to the countries of Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union, in the world markets, and within the CMEA area are covered in systematic and analytical statistics, compiled from the latest original sources. Comparabiltiy with previous editions of preserved by using the same sequence and numbering of table headings. The energy section has been revised.
Preface Hints for the user of "COMECON DATA" Summary of Tables and Graphs Lists of Tables and Graphs Register of Sources Tables Index
1987 ISBN 9780313265617
A compendium of statistical data, updated from the original sources in both East and West, on production, consumption, standards of living, foreign trade, finance, and energy in the countries of Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union, this statistical handbook gives ready and systematic access to economic and foreign trade data that otherwise is widely scattered in original sources and published in a multitude of foreign languages. Trade flows from and to the countries of Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union in the world markets and within the CMEA area are covered by systematic and analytical statistics compiled from the most recent original sources. The highly specialized information contained in this, the fifth updated edition of Comecon Data, originates from three distinct groups of sources: official statistical yearbooks and periodicals published by the member-countries of COMECON and the statistical yearbook of the CMEA secretariat (supplemented by publications of Yugoslavia, an associate but not a member of that body); data published by international organizations -- the United Nations, ECE, OECD, IMF, the World Bank, etc; and Western sources. Comparability with previous editions is preserved by repeating the sequence and numbering of the table headings, and quick reference is facilitated by the detailed list of tables and alphabetical index. To academic, political, and economic analysts in need of measurable facts underlying the daily flood of controversial news and views that dominate the interplay of forces on the world political stage, the sober statistical data presented here will offer solid, in-depth information. The only comparable work, which contains some of the information here assembled is published in Russian only.
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