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The economic cost of Soviet military manpower requirements

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Published by Rand in Santa Monica, CA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Soviet Union,
  • Soviet Union.
    • Subjects:
    • Draft -- Soviet Union.,
    • War -- Economic aspects -- Soviet Union.,
    • Manpower policy -- Soviet Union.,
    • Labor supply -- Soviet Union.,
    • Soviet Union -- Armed Forces -- Recruiting, enlistment, etc.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementSteven W. Popper.
      ContributionsProject Air Force (U.S.), United States. Air Force.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsUB345.S713 P67 1989
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 69 p. :
      Number of Pages69
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2059680M
      ISBN 100833009346
      LC Control Number88038974

      World War II - World War II - Forces and resources of the European combatants, In September the Allies, namely Great Britain, France, and Poland, were together superior in industrial resources, population, and military manpower, but the German Army, or Wehrmacht, because of its armament, training, doctrine, discipline, and fighting spirit, was the most efficient and effective. U.S. /SOVIET MILITARY BALANCE Statistical Trends, MY streneth is as the strength of ten, because my heart is pure. A1 fr ed, Lord Tenny son Sir Gallahad PREFACE Gallahad repeatedly proved his ~oint, which applies to national power asAuthor: John M. Collins, Elizabeth Ann Severns.


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However, sincethe manpower demands of the Soviet military have increased. This report considers both the degree to which current military staffing levels can be maintained and the costs of Author: Steven W. Popper. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "A Project Air Force report prepared for the United States Air Force." "March " "Rand library collection"--Label on cover.

Labor has become a serious constraint on further growth of the Soviet economy. However, sincethe manpower demands of the Soviet military have increased. This report considers both the degree to which current military staffing levels can be maintained and the costs of doing so.

The Economic Cost of Soviet Military Manpower Requirements Author: Steven W. Popper Subject: Considers both the degree to which current Soviet military staffing levels can be maintained and the costs of doing so.

It also discusses the reliability of estimates of Soviet force. The Economic Cost of Soviet Military q. Manpower Requirements Cz4 Steven W. Popper March A Project AIR FORCE report prepared for the United States Air Force RAND Approved for public release; distribution unlimitedFile Size: 3MB.

Thus, the nation obtains military manpower at the least cost in sacrificed private output. With a draft, individuals would be forced by a set of arbitrary rules to join the military.

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Steven W Popper. 01 Jan Book. Soviet Military Power Paperback – January 1, by Department of Defense (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. See all 7 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from 5/5(2).

Tsarism to the New Economic Policy: Continuity and Change in the Economy of the USSR (Basingstoke, ), pp. 2 See J. Barber and M. Harrison, The Soviet Home Front, a Social and Economic History of the USSR in World War II (London, ), pp.

3 J. Cooper, The Soviet Defence Industry: Conversion and Reform (London File Size: The economic cost of Soviet military manpower requirements book. Conscription in Russia (in Russia is known as Russian: всеобщая воинская обязанность or "universal military obligation" or "liability for military service") is a month draft, which is mandatory for all male citizens age 18–27, with a number of mandatory term of service was reduced from two years in The analysis of Soviet military Manpower Paperback – January 1, by Cem Gurdeniz (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ — $ Author: Cem Gurdeniz. This paper compares demographic data and information on the conscription and manpower management institutions of the Soviet military to estimates of Soviet military manpower : Steven W. Popper. Trends in Allocation of Soviet Military Research, Development, 36 and Production Resources Trends in Total Soviet Military Manpower 37 Trends in Soviet Use of Naval Forces in Distant Areas 40 Survivability of Soviet ICBM Silos if Attacked by US 53 ICBMs, Economic Impact of.

Many state-of-the-art military technologies were in part, provided to the Soviet Union by the Germans. One need only recall the secret German-Soviet military bases, which operated in the Soviet Union in the ’s.

While the Germans certainly learned much from those experiences, so did the next generation of Soviet military : Arvo Vercamer. Chapter II - Forces for Nuclear Attack. In the year since the publication of Soviet Military Powerthe Soviet Union has pressed ahead with the development and deployment of new generations of increasingly capable land, sea, and air forces for nuclear modernization of the fourth generation of intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) has neared completion - ICBMs with greater.

The Soviet economy, Its life and afterlife Mark Harrison 07 November On the centenary of the Bolshevik revolution ofthis column shows that while the education of women and better survival rates of children improved opportunities for many citizens, Soviet Russia was a tough and unequal environment in which to be born, live.

During the Cold War, when the United States' intelligence efforts were focused on the Soviet Union, one of the primary tasks of the Central Intelligence Agency was to estimate Soviet defense spending. Because this information was used for planning by the U.S.

military, the executive branch, and Congress, the CIA's estimates were usually right in the middle of one of the biggest and most. the costs of soviet involvement in afghanistan (sov ) keywords: soviet analysis, soviet military analysis, soviet political analysis, soviet economics analysis created date: 8/31/ am.

Yes. By they were facing acute manpower shortages across every branch. Don't get me wrong, the USSR military was still massive. They still had 10 million men under arms, twice what the Western Allies had, but this huge numbers were by now uns.

Figure 2. Dollar cost of US and Soviet military programs, ( dollars}. (U) At minimum, the trends described in Soviet defense spending suggest some questions for historical research on Soviet military policy during the Cold War. For example: • Was the slower growth in real defense spending after and the plateau in procurement.

Re: Soviet manpower--how large exactly. Post by ljadw» 25 JunUsing irrevocable losses is always tricky:you are forgetting the non irrevocable losses, million inmillion inmillion in these were not lost,but were forming a big pool. The late Soviet Armed Forces were manned by mandatory draft (with some exceptions) for all able-bodied males for 2 years (3 years for seagoing parts of the Navy and Border troops), based on the Law on Universal Military Service.

A bi-annual call-up in spring and autumn was introduced then, replacing the annual draft in fall. The conscripts were normally sent to serve far away from their. Forecasting Manpower Requirements were available, 73 had educational plans and of these 60 were based on forecasts of future manpower requirements.

Blaug () justly commented that "the concept of forecasting manpower requirements is today the leading method throughout the world for integrating educational and economic planning" (p. by: 7. Yes, they were reaching a point where there they could no longer replace losses.

Not that with a population of million, the USSR suffered around 10 million military fatalities and roughly an equal number were wounded severely enough they shoul. Soviet Military Power was a public diplomacy publication of the US Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), which provided an estimate of the military strategy and capabilities of the Soviet Union during the final years of the Cold War, ostensibly to alert the US public to the significant military capabilities of the Soviet Armed published in early Octoberit became an annual.

Discusses (1) the size of Soviet military forces (nuclear, naval, air and ground) (2) the ideological drive behind Soviet defence policy (3) possible future doctrinal developments. Since the late s, changing technology has stimulated doctrinal change, giving rise to concepts of multi-front operations.

But the doctrinal vision is at the moment unrealisable, and the Soviets may thus be Cited by: In view of the above controversy several attempts have been made to develop synthetic models by using selected features of the cost-benefit and manpower requirements model.

Cost-Effectiveness Analysis This is a special type of cost-benefit analysis, borrowed from military operations, in which the "benefit" is axiomatically given and no Cited by: 3.

Hello, Looking at different Soviet data points, it seems to me that the USSR was running out of replacement manpower by the end ofand gravely so by the middle ofi.e. it was more or less down to the new age classes and some combing out / swap measures.

Soviet dynamics--political, economic, military. standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.

Soviet Union -- Military policy -- Congresses. Soviet Military Budget: $ Billion Bombshell a top economic adviser to Mr. Gorbachev, said the figure included expenses for manpower, weapons procurement and. In addition, the Soviet economy anchors a growing socialist system which, by and large, remains invulnerable to the vicissitudes of the capitalist economic cycle.

This same Soviet economy is likewise the principal source of extensive material aid to newly liberated countries and to revolutionary movements throughout the world. 1 An analysis of the Soviet economic growth from the ’s to the collapse of USSR*. (Second draft) Numa Mazat Numa Mazat** Franklin Serrano** Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to study the Soviet economic growth from tofocusing on the questions of File Size: KB.

Another point to consider, conscripts of were bor in or somewhere around and those years were rather stable years, economic was kinda growing and, maybe, Soviets running out of manpower was a myth. Military Manpower. What’s interesting is that the Soviet Union was not able to draw on a bottomless well of recruits to achieve these ratios.

The Soviet Union had a larger population than Germany in — about twice as large. But the Soviet Union that fought World War II was not the Soviet Union of THE SOVIET MILITARY DEVASTATION TO VICTORY JONATHAN PHILLIPS (HISTORY) Abstract: This essay, using specialised military literature and relating the subject matter to current Anglo-American debates on Stalin’s Russia, assesses the internal and external factors shaping the fate of the Soviet military from The U.S./Soviet military balance was not bad from our standpoint in This country's deterrent threats and defensive contingents were credible in most respects.

America's main aim, called containment, accepted the status quo at that time. We lacked means to retake lost territory, but U.S. military services,Author: John M. Collins, Elizabeth Ann Severns. Since the mids, the Soviet Union devoted between 15 and 17 percent of its annual gross national product to military spending, according to United States government sources.

With the end of. TMHandbook on USSR Military Forces, was “published in installments to expidite dissemination to the field.” TMChapter II, 15 May“Personnel Administration,” contains a thorough exploration of the Soviet military personnel system. This chapter was originally classified “Confidential” and later remarked.

The Four Great Waves of Defense Neglect "When the order of the Soviet Military Administration to close all rail traffic from the western zones went into effect at Author: Peter Huessy. Without its military power, the Soviet Union would be a large but poor country, and its leaders would have little standing or influence in the world community.

Within the Soviet power structure, the impotence of the economy accentuates the importance of the military. Poor economic performance also reduces the real cost of Soviet military : Dwight R. Lee.scholarlyattentionintheWest,notbecausetheeconomicimpactwas consideredunimportant, but because the periodfrom to more thanany other in Soviet history is .The main theme of this book is the history of that industry, as far as the War Department was concerned, to the end of The basic strategic concepts of the Allies were embodied in the decisions reached in to treat Germany as the number one enemy and to wage unlimited war.