List of Figures and TablesPrefaceCh. 1Introduction: The Paradox of Socialist Unemployment3Ch. 2The Making of a Strategy for Change31Ch. 3Creating a State for Socialist Development64Ch. 4Military Self-Reliance, Foreign Trade, and the Origins of Self-Management98Ch. 5A Republic of Producers164Ch. 6Unemployment191Ch. 7The Faustian Bargain222Ch. 8Slovenia and Foca260Ch. 9Divisions of Labor310Ch. 10Breakdown345Epilogue371Appendix: Statistical Data375Bibliography393Index427
Susan L. Woodward is a Senior Fellow in the Foreign Policy Studies Program at The Brookings Institution.
Winner of the 1996 Hewett Prize, American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies "Woodward's argument is big and bold, challenging almost every major interpretation, from capitalist assumptions misapplied in a reform socialist context by outside analysis, to explanations of the sources of Yugoslavia's particular dilemmas and failures, to the meaning of Tito's death in the ungluing of the country. It is intellectual discourse at a high level."--Foreign Affairs