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English-language sources on the Mongolian economy are few; a substantial literature exists in Russian, but little in that language, or in Mongol, has been translated into English. In English the best source on Mongolian economic affairs published since 1970 is chapter 4, "The Economic System," in Mongolia: Politics, Economics, and Society by Alan J.K. Sanders. Articles by Sanders in the Far Eastern Economic Review [Hong Kong], in scholarly journals, and in other reference publications often deal with economic topics. Judith Nordby's "The Mongolian People's Republic in the 1980s: Continuity and Change" treats economic policies and problems. Michael Kaser's "The Industrial Revolution in Mongolia" deals with Mongolian industrialization, as does Alois Holub's "Mongolia: Modernizing the Industrial Structure." "Manpower Policy and Planning in the Mongolian People's Republic," by M. Lkhamsuren, examines labor resources. William E. Butler's The Mongolian Legal System: Contemporary Legislation and Documentation includes Mongolian legal documents and commentary touching upon economics. Asian Survey and the Far Eastern Economic Review's Asia Yearbook contain annual surveys of developments in Mongolia, including economic developments. Other sources for Mongolian economic affairs are the Foreign Broadcast Information Service Daily Report: East Asia; the Joint Publications Research Service Mongolia Report, Mongolia [Ulaanbaatar]; and the Russian-English-French edition of National Economy of the MPR for 65 years, 1921-1986.
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