Stalin Pays 'Em What They're Worth

Drucker, Peter F.
July 1945
Saturday Evening Post;7/21/1945, Vol. 218 Issue 3, p11
The article discusses the wage system in the Soviet Union. The author notes that there has been great inequality in wages and incomes in Soviet industries. He asserts that it is reflected in the living condition, mode of income tax payment and the salaries and benefits between Russian executives and ordinary workers. According to Joseph Stalin, wages for skilled and unskilled workers should be different to achieve industrial efficiency.


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