Baumol, William J, Baumol, William J. Quah, Danny T. Richard A.
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Economic literature: papers , articles , software , chapters , books. Economic development of Comecon countries.
In , Soviet Union and some of its satellites created Comecon with the announced goal to facilitate economic cooperation between the socialist countries. The inefficiency of socialist systems affected the performances of Comecon members. However, the analysis of economic development from some of these countries should take into consideration the substantial subsidies received from other Comecon members.
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RePEc uses bibliographic data supplied by the respective publishers. Operation modes required a common control body of the interconnected system ICS due to the ICS extending and increased exchanges. The rapid increase of electricity consumption in the ICS countries required building up a kV transmission system. Therefore in addition to erection of kV lines there was also a kV line Vinica - Zapadoukrajinskaya — Albertirsa Hungary constructed in CDO was an ad-hoc organisation of the member countries.
CDO activities included monitoring of the electricity supplies bilateral agreements, keeping the final balance in the member countries, monitoring of electricity transits, and dealt with system emergency and disintegration situations, as well as played important role in the mode operation preparation. Rising loads, power transits, delayed capital construction and resulting insufficient margins of the regulation capacity had an adverse impact on the quality of ICS basic operational parameters.
A negative role was also played by a high failure-rate of generation facilities in comparison with other systems in the world.
A co-operation with West European countries joined in the UCTPE system in the transmission system of the former Czechoslovakia had taken place since A set of recommendations and measures "Massnamenkatalog" was developed by representatives of Western companies for each national system to be connected to UCPTE. On April 1, the common control of the Czech and Slovak transmission systems was split, and the Slovak Power Dispatching at Zilina took over the function of the national power dispatching of the Slovak Republic. In a very short time the Slovak Power Dispatching staff had to get familiarised not only with their specific tasks in the complex control of the Slovak transmission system, but also in terms of the international co-operation so that the transmission system of the Slovak Republic became a reliable partner of the interconnected systems.