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By Steve Dobbs

Written to compare the contents of the Cambridge syllabus. facts 1 corresponds to unit S1. It covers illustration of information, variations and mixtures, chance, discrete random variables and the conventional distribution.

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28 Restructuring the Soviet economic bureaucracy chief engineer of a giant enterprise falls under the appointments list of the Council of Ministers. The fact that middle-level economic bureaucrats had relatively common dealings with the highest executive arm of the Soviet economic bureaucracy confirms that it is not just a policy-setting oversight body as called for by the theoretical system design. Rather, it is involved in routine economic affairs in addition to broader policy matters. The Council of Ministers is called upon to make thousands of decisions concerning resource allocation.

145—73. , pp. 140-4. Organization 29 competent, most members having had branch experience. One former ministry official had frequent meetings with Council of Ministers branch department officials; he described them as well-versed, young technocrats who prepared most of the decision papers for the Council of Ministers. The respondents, who had working contacts with Council of Ministers staff, spoke highly of their technical qualifications. Documents were channeled through the overseer, and implicit rules concerning the working relationship between state committee heads and ministers were well understood.

V. Kotolov and G. Petrovich, N. A. Voznesensky (Biograficheski ocherk) (Moscow: Izdatel'stvo politicheskoi literatury, 1963). : Westview, 1982), C h a p . 3 , points o u t t h a t Gosplan b r a n c h officials t e n d t o be i n d u s t r y specialists. 34 Restructuring the Soviet economic bureaucracy was pictured as a tough bargainer, demanding that petitioners make a good technical case if they wish to receive resources. Gosplan and the Council of Ministers. Does a principal-agent problem exist between Gosplan and its principal, the Council of Ministers?

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