The economics of forced labor : the Soviet Gulag / edited by Paul R. Gregory and Valery Lazarev ; foreword by Robert Conquest.
- Stanford, California : Hoover Institution Press, 
1 online resource (232 p.)
- Forced labor -- Economic aspects -- Soviet Union.
Industrialization -- Soviet Union.
Prison industries -- Economic aspects -- Soviet Union.
Soviet Union -- Economic conditions.
Soviet Union -- Politics and government.
- Electronic books.
- Until now, there has been little scholarly analysis of the Soviet Gulag as an economic, social, and political institution, primarily owing to a lack of data. This collection presents the results of years of research by Western and Russian scholars. The authors provide both broad overviews and specific case studies.
- Front Cover; Book Title; Copyright; Contents; Foreword - Robert Conquest; Acknowledgments; Contributors; 1. An Introduction to the Economics of the Gulag - Paul Gregory; 2. Forced Labor in Soviet Industry: The End of the 1930's to the Mid-1950's: An Overview - Andrei Sokolov; 3. The Economy of the OGPU, NKVD, and MVDof the USSR, 1930-1953: The Scale, Structure,and Trends of Development - Oleg Khlevnyuk; 4. The End of the Gulag - Aleksei Tikhonov; 5. Coercion versus Motivation:Forced Labor in Norilsk - Leonid Borodkin and Simon Ertz
6. Magadan and the Economic History of Dalstroi in the 1930's - David Nordlander 7. Building Norilsk - Simon Ertz; 8. The White Sea-Baltic Canal - Mikhail Morukov; 9. The Gulag in Karelia: 1929 to 1941 - Christopher Joyce; 10. Conclusions - Valery Lazarev; List of Acronyms; Index
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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- Gregory, Paul R.
Lazarev, V. V. (Valeriĭ Vasilʹevich)
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