The Need for Planning: The Restoration of Capitalism in the Soviet Union in the 1950s and the Decline of the Soviet Economy by Joseph Ball

The Restoration of Capitalism in the Soviet Union by W. Bland

A CIA report from 1963 indicating the free-market MTS reform in 1958 had negative effects on soviet agriculture (just a quick side-note, the “long neglected soviet consumer” under stalin is clearly shown to be false by statistics that they provide later on in the paper)

From Farm to Factory; a Reinterpretation of the Soviet Industrial Revolution By Professor Robert C Allen. This book is an absolutely invaluable source for debunking claims about the soviet economy, and contains many tables and graphs that are very useful

A good Write-up on soviet and later russian economic performance by Sergey Smirnov

The results of the 1st & 2nd Five-Year Plans: Soviet industrial revolution.

Light Industries of the U.S.S.R. 1939

Industrial progress in the Soviet Republics of the non-Russian nationalities 1939

Industry in the USSR 1948

What is the Five Year Plan? 1948

The Great Construction Works of the Soviet Union 1951

Soviet agriculture: a critique of the myths constructed by western critics, a short article by economics professor Joseph e. Medley about soviet agriculture

Soviet Statistics of Wages and Prices, a 1955 paper by MC Kaser documenting the evolution and growth of real wages in the Soviet Union from the 1920s to the early 1950s, according to more recent research by Allen the paper may understate Soviet real wage growth in the 1930s though, it’s still worth reading

The Industrialisation of Soviet Russia Volume 7: The Soviet Economy and the Approach of War, 1937–1939

Short piece explaining the electronics (+ Internet) in the USSR

Five-Year Plans: Soviet Industrial Revolution
Socialism HAS worked.
Soviet planned economy and the absence of crisis