>Read the link I posted about the USSR's economic model.
Sorry mate, your sources are all outdated.
We in russia have a first hand accounts of how soviet economy worked "on the ground" not on paper.
If you think this shit worked on a profit motive you're fucking retarded, reformers kinda wanted to make it work on a profit motive, but it crashed and burned in the process lmao
>By not using money or wage-labor to produce commodities
how can there be wage labor when there's no unemployment and a constant shortage of labor? how can there be commodity production when enterprises cannot sell and buy at their will? does commodity production is every production that accounts for consumer demand?
>At most it means that the "planning" system was only semi-functional
oh, I recognize this retarded leftcom argument that if some enterprises overaccomplish their plans targets it means there's no real planning
they really think you can formalize everything in a plan, that plan is not a simplification of reality, and approximation is not a viable method
>Marx specifically states that labor-certificates do not circulate
You keep repeating this not circulate not circulate like a broken dogmatic record, but what is the fucking difference again? you "create" labor money when you pay people for their work, and you "destroy" money when they buy goods. Guess what retard? you still need to keep balance of payments somewhere
>AFAIK, Khrushchev was in favor of using computers and centralized methods of economic development
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