6 edition of The Political Economy of Rural Development in China, 1978-1999 found in the catalog.
November 30, 1999
by Praeger Publishers
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||192|
Downloadable! Despite prolonged economic growth, poverty has become a more notable and noted feature of Chinese society. The paper examines three phases of development since the foundation of the People’s Republic: the central planning era ( –); the pro-urban growth model ( – ); and more recent changes ( – ). For each phase the nature of . As China rises to become the world's largest economy, half a billion rural villagers are expected to become urban residents in the coming decades. The great urbanization of the world's most populated country is sure to be one of the most far-reaching social-economic events in the 21st century.
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Rural poverty is a phenomenon that is widespread yet often ignored by policy makers and researchers. This edited volume looks critically at rural poverty in Central Eastern Europe, Russia, the Caucasus and Central Asia, China and Vietnam in relation to land reform, farm restructuring and the development of rural markets and in the context of a large gap between rural and.
Chen provides an analysis of the political economy of rural development in China during the reform era. Revolving around the central theme of statecraft, Chen's study gives a concise and comprehensive treatment of the interaction of ideology and politics with central policy and economic growth.
He examines China's economic reform in historical perspective. Chen provides an analysis of the political economy of rural development in China during the reform era.
Revolving around the central theme of statecraft, Chen's study gives a concise and comprehensive treatment of the interaction of ideology and politics with central policy and economic growth. Get this from a library. The political economy of rural development in China, [Weixing Chen].
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of “The Political Economy of the Rural Development in China in to ”. more specifically during the reform epoch. This paper was prepared for the Workshop entitled "Political Economy of Rural Development Strategies ", to be held on May at the World Bank, Washington, DC.
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International Advances in Economic Research, Vol. 14. Weixing Chen is the author of Leadership in a Changing China ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), The Political Economy of Rural Devel. He is the author ofThe Political Economy of Rural Development in China, – () and has published numerous articles in professional journals.
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Selected among about papers delivered at an international conference in Beijing inthis collection of ten essays discusses the relations between “political civilization” and political reform in China from the different perspectives of institution building, political culture, political theory, intra-party democracy, political.
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This companion volume to the 'World Development Report ' comprises twenty papers authored by noted Asian scholars. These studies highlight how, throughout East Asia, spatial considerations have influenced Government policies at the national, regional, and local levels.
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This program aimed at diverting resources from the fast growing coastal areas.