Liberman, Yevsey Grigoryevich
- (1897-1983)Soviet economist. Born in Volyn in the Ukraine, he studied at Kiev University and the Kharkov Engineering Economics Institute. He initially worked in factories and later became professor of economic and organi-zation of machine building industry at the Kharkov Institute. He suggested a programme for economic reform in the Soviet Union which included using profit as a means of measuring success.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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LIBERMAN, YEVSEY GRIGORYEVICH — (1897–1983), Soviet economist. Liberman studied at the Kharkov Engineering Economics Institute and began his teaching and research career in 1933. From 1947 to 1963 he held the chair of economics and organization of machine building industry at… … Encyclopedia of Judaism