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A Research Programme for Urban Housing

of inputs times their respective production elasticities. In this case it works out as follows: Thus the inputs by themselves would contribute a 10 per cent growth rate in the Soviet agriculture. But the agricultural plan itself envisages a growth rate of 5 per cent only. Therefore, should the plan be realised, it would mean that the rate of 'technical progress' in Soviet agriculture is actually negative; precisely it is

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