I'll copy-paste what I wrote in >>>/b/405443
here's some tips I got from cockshott in a recent discussion:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nikolay_Veduta
His daughter is working on English translationshttps://press.princeton.edu/books/paperback/9780691003931/the-socialist-systemhttps://www.amazon.com/Mathematical-planning-structural-decisions-Contributions/dp/0444107347https://1lib.sk/book/2481030/a891e5
Socialist Planning, Michael Ellmanhttps://1lib.sk/book/2191598/3affcd
Planning Problems in the USSR: The Contribution of Mathematical Economics to their Solution 1960-1971, Michael Ellman
I use this thread as an opportunity to post my new USSR econ reading list:
Allen, R.C. (2009). Farm to factory : a reinterpretation of the Soviet industrial revolution. Princeton University Press.
Chattopadhyay, P. (1994). The Marxian Concept of Capital and the Soviet Experience: Essay in the Critique of Political Economy. Praeger.
Costello, M. (1977). Workers’ Participation in the Soviet Union. Central Books.
Davies, R.W. (1998). Soviet economic development from Lenin to Khrushchev. Cambridge University Press.
Harrison, M. (2002). Accounting for War Soviet: Production, Employment, and the Defence Burden, 1940–1945. Cambridge University Press.
Nove, A. (1990). An Economic History of the USSR. Penguin Books.
Resnick, S.A. and Wolff, R.D. (2002). Class Theory and History: Capitalism and Communism in the USSR. Routledge.
Davies, R.W. The Industrialization of Soviet Russia, Volume 1-7. Harvard University Press.
Nice list. I'm not OP, but I'd been looking for something like this. I've heard of only a couple of these books, so having a list like this is helpful. Thanks!
Ismail has uploaded quite a few books on soviet planning and soviet economics, use the search boxhttps://archive.org/details/@ismail_badiou