Project Summary

evidence of some particular ways in which Soviet enterprises are run relations of factory management with planning and party authorities adaptation of enterprisesÂ’ personnel policies to the consequences of the political and administrative regulations of the labor market orgnizational dilemmas steming from the technical characteristics of production processes use of the prerogatives of the FTUC by the various groups of the work force patterns of shop-floor bargaining turn over and labor discipline ways in which industrial action can occur