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Estimates of Soviet grain imports in 1980-85

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Estimates of Soviet grain imports in Washington, D.C.: International Food Policy Research Institute, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Padma Desai.

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Estimates of Soviet Grain Imports in Alternative Approaches Washington, D.C.: International Food Policy Research Institute, February Marxism, Central Planning, and the Soviet Economy: Economic Essays in Honor of Alexander Erlich (Editor).

Grain Import Estimates The first step in the sequence of our estimation is the forecast of grain output. We predict The author is a professor of economics and a member of the Russian Institute, Columbia University.

The methodology in this paper draws heavily on an earlier report by the author on estimates of Soviet grain imports, Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link)Author: Padma Desai.

Estimates of Soviet grain imports in alternative approaches Padma Desai Agricultural protection in OECD countries: its cost to less-developed countries Alberto Valdes and Joachim Zietz Impact of irrigation and labor availability on multiple cropping: a case study of India Dharm Narain and Shyamal Roy.

As can be seen in Borsody Table 2, the real annual import price of cereals has fluctuated substantially from onwards and has been low afterespecially in In energy represented some 16% of total Soviet net exports, rising to 31% in and 47% in Cited by: 1.

Developed- Country Agricultural Policies and Developing-Country Supplies: The cast of Wheat, Research Rep by Timothy Josling, Economics of the International Stockholding of Wheat, Research Rep by Daniel Morrow, and Estimates Of Soviet Grain Imports in Alternatives Approaches, Research Rep by Padma Desai, look at Cited by: Therefore, price will not have a decisive effect on imports.2 The equations estimated by Desai to explain Soviet grain imports (in terms of lagged domestic grain production, time, meat production, livestock numbers and a dummy variable to take account of the policy changes since ) suggested.

an extremely stable and interesting pattern Cited by: 3. Desai P. () Estimates of Soviet grain imports in – alternative approaches. Research rep International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington.

Desai P. () Estimates of Soviet grain imports in – alternative by: 4. USDA Estimates of Russian Grain Supplies, Utilization forand Forecasts for (Million Metric Tons) July-June Production Feed estimates for Produclion Imports (net) plus imports utilization Forecasts for as of: 12/11/79 1/15/80 2/11/80 File Size: KB.

The United States Department of Agriculture has forecast the Soviet Union's imports at 26 million tons. Am I remembering correctly that the Soviets were importing feed grain but exporting food grain in the mids?. If memory serves, Soviet net grain imports were largely a function of a policy decision in the s and '80s to vastly increase meat production and consumption.

That is, I think the historical basis of the "can't feed our people" theme of Season 5 came from the policy decision.

In the beginning of the s, there was an acute shortage of protein because of the fast growing population. Agriculture did not produce enough to meet the needs. In order to counteract a structural dependency on imports of American grain, the Soviet Council of Ministers decided to produce bacterial protein based on widely available crude oil.

Soviet grain production and grain imports. Andropov [+-] Soviet cogitations: 62 Defected to the U.S.S.R.: Wed 01 AugPioneer. Tue 05 FebA common criticism of the USSR is that collectivization was a failure which did not result in an increase in grain production.

USSR grain imports (blue) and exports (red) in. From tofood and agricultural goods, half of them grain, made up 50 percent of Soviet imports from the Third World. In the first nine months ofthe decrease in grain purchases accounted for most of the 22 percent drop in imports from the Third World.

Africa and Latin America supplied most of the food imports other than grain. Grain imports by the Soviet Union will jump to a near-record level of 43 million tons this year, the Government predicted today. The Bokaro Steel Plant - A Study of Soviet Economic Assistance, Amsterdam: North Holland Publishing Company, 3.

Estimates of Soviet Grain Imports in Alternative Approaches, Washington, D.C.: International Food Policy Research Institute, February 4. Marxism, Central Planning, and the Soviet Economy: Economic Essays in Honor.

The United States grain embargo against the Soviet Union was enacted by Jimmy Carter in January in response to the Soviet Union’s invasion of Afghanistan in It remained in effect until Ronald Reagan ended it in upon taking the office of president.

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American farmers felt the brunt of the sanctions, while it had a much lesser effect on the Soviet Union, bringing the validity of. The Soviet/Stalin’s collective farming system destroyed the agriculture in USSR in a short time.

In es, USSR exported grain in order to earn money for its industrialization projects, for that the producers were forced to place the crop in.

Just over million acres planted in grain isn't enough for million Russians. (the CIA estimates the Soviet Union will be forced to importbarrels a day by ), the problems.

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The Soviet government did have small reserves of grain, but continually drew these down to allocate food to the population. Since virtually the entire country experienced shortages of food, indicating that the procurement and distribution data are reasonably accurate, clearly the Soviet Union faced a severed shortage, and the most important.

The United States and the Soviet Union have agreed on a new long-term grain agreement that will increase substantially the amounts of corn and wheat that the United States sells to the Soviets. The book also considers the the prospects for economic recovery in North America, Europe, Asia, and South America as well as the extent of U.S.

and EU regulatory proposals Estimates of Soviet grain imports in alternative approaches by Padma Desai (Book) 9 editions published. Agriculture estimates that planned Soviet grain imports of mmt fell short by million tons in the October-September agreement year ed purchases of grain.

found: Her Estimates of Soviet grain imports int.p. (Padma Desai) CIP data sheet (b. 10/12/31) found: Information from converted Dec. 11, (Research Associate, M.I.T. Center for International Studies and Harvard Russian Research Center).

The Soviet Union implemented the collectivization (Russian: Коллективизация) of its agricultural sector between and during the ascension of Joseph began during and was part of the first five-year policy aimed to integrate individual landholdings and labour into collectively-controlled and state-controlled farms: Kolkhozy and Sovkhozy accordingly.

Rising Grain Exports by the Former Soviet Union Region. by Olga Liefert, William M. Liefert, and Eric Luebehusen. During the s, the three major grain-producing countries of the former Soviet Union--Kazakhstan, Russia, and Ukraine (KRU)--became a large grain-exporting region. grain available on the world market (comparing grain exports with imports; see table 1 and fig.

The main grain exported by the KRU region is wheat, accounting for more than 70 percent of its total grain exports duringfollowed by barley with a percent share (fig. The main foreign markets for KRU grain are.

Any of the coarser grains such as corn, milo, and oats.Padma Desai, Estimates of Soviet Grain Imports in Alternative Approaches, →ISBN: The official estimate of the feedgrain requirement in is about million tons.Pierre Crosson, The Cropland Crisis: Myth or Reality?, →ISBN: When wheat is cheap relative to feedgrains.

In that year such import was 4 per cent, of the total. Unless otherwise noted, all Sino-Western trade data in this paper are taken from or computed on the basis of data in U.S. Department of Commerce (USDQ, Summary Tables Showing Exports to and Imports from Soviet Bloc Countries by Free World Countries, – The term “West” is Cited by: 9.The Soviet Union also agreed recently to ship Pol tons of meat and fish, 10, tons of rice, andtons of grain.

Moscow radio reported this in a Polish-language broadcast for : Ned Temko.