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050 0 0 _aHB97.5
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100 1 _aYaffe, Helen.
245 1 0 _aChe Guevara :
_bthe economics of revolution /
_cHelen Yaffe.
246 3 0 _aEconomics of revolution
260 _aBasingstoke ;
_aNew York :
_bPalgrave Macmillan,
_c2009.
300 _axiii, 354 p. ;
_c23 cm.
504 _aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 331-347) and index.
505 0 _aIntroduction -- Revolutionary Consolidation and the Emergence of the BFS -- The Great Debate -- Education, Training and Salaries -- Administrative Control, Supervision and Investment -- Collectivising Production and Workers' Participation -- Science and Technology -- Consciousness and Psychology -- Critique of the Soviet Manual of Political Economy -- Che Guevara's Legacy in Cuba.
520 _a"Fifty years since the Cuban Revolution and over four decades after his death, Che Guevara is still both admired and derided, testimony to the fascination his persona continues to hold. Yet his most significant contribution remains largely unknown. Based on fascinating new archival research and interviews with his contemporaries and colleagues, this book records Guevara's contribution to industrial organisation, economic management and socialist political economy debates as a member of the Cuban government. It rescues the history of his work as President of the National Bank, head of the Department of Industrialisation and Minister of Industries from 1959-1965. Guevara created the Budgetary Finance System, an economic management system unique to socialism and based on the productive and managerial techniques of US corporations. It was also consistent with his Marxist analysis and included policies to promote education and training, establish administrative controls, forge workers' participation in management, found science and technology institutes and raise consciousness whilst institutionalising psychology as a management tool. In addition, the book shows how Guevara was able to predict that capitalism would return to the Soviet Union." -- Book cover.
600 1 0 _aGuevara, Che,
_d1928-1967.
600 1 7 _aGuevara, Che,
_d1928-1967.
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600 1 7 _aGuevara, Ernesto
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600 1 7 _aGuevara, Ernesto
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650 0 _aMarxian economics.
650 7 _aEntwicklung
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650 7 _aWirtschaftspolitik
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650 7 _aPlanwirtschaft
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650 7 _aSozialismus
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650 7 _aWirtschaftsgeschichte
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650 7 _aKuba
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651 0 _aCuba
_xEconomic conditions
_y1959-1990.
651 0 _aCuba
_xPolitics and government
_y1959-1990.
651 7 _aCuba
_xEconomic conditions
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651 7 _aKuba
_xRevolution
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