mathematical planning of structural decisions ; a gazdasagi szerkezet matematikai tervezese

By: Contributor(s): Language: English Language: Hungarian Series: contributions to economic analysis ; 45 | johnston, j. (ed.) | sandee, j. (ed.) | strotz, r.h. (ed.) | et alPublication details: amsterdam : north-holland publishing company 1967Edition: 1., engl. edDescription: xxvi, 526 pp
Contents:
from the table of contents: traditional methods and input-output tables: the traditional plan index system; the traditional investment efficiency calculations; input-output tables; the "footholds" of mathematical planning; sectoral programming models: the choice between technological alternatives. the model for the cotton industry; the proportions of production, exports and imports. the model of the man-made fibres industry; costs as a function of the activity level; first comparison with the traditional methods; the treatment of uncertain data: the difficulties of determining technical and cost data; sensitivity analysis. parametric programming; "pessimistic" and "optimistic" ranking; safety programming; safety and risktaking; stochastic calculations in practice; second comparison with the traditional methods; computational evaluations: the general accounting principles of the computational price system; determination of total production-fund requirements and of total wage contents; attempts at the determination of the computational rental on capital and of the computational wage factor; import material costs, foreign trade prices; the computational foreign exchange rate; third comparison with the traditional methods; connecting economy-wide and sectoral programming: the central plan figure as a parameter; improving on the plan of the national economy; the model of "two-level planning"; the future of multi-level planning; the shadow prices; the optimality criterion; appendices;
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from the table of contents: traditional methods and input-output tables: the traditional plan index system; the traditional investment efficiency calculations; input-output tables; the "footholds" of mathematical planning; sectoral programming models: the choice between technological alternatives. the model for the cotton industry; the proportions of production, exports and imports. the model of the man-made fibres industry; costs as a function of the activity level; first comparison with the traditional methods; the treatment of uncertain data: the difficulties of determining technical and cost data; sensitivity analysis. parametric programming; "pessimistic" and "optimistic" ranking; safety programming; safety and risktaking; stochastic calculations in practice; second comparison with the traditional methods; computational evaluations: the general accounting principles of the computational price system; determination of total production-fund requirements and of total wage contents; attempts at the determination of the computational rental on capital and of the computational wage factor; import material costs, foreign trade prices; the computational foreign exchange rate; third comparison with the traditional methods; connecting economy-wide and sectoral programming: the central plan figure as a parameter; improving on the plan of the national economy; the model of "two-level planning"; the future of multi-level planning; the shadow prices; the optimality criterion; appendices;

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