3 edition of Rural Development in Transitional China found in the catalog.
March 5, 2004
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||320|
1 day ago Kaixiangong Village in east China's Jiangsu province serves not only as a symbol of Chinese sociological research, but also as an example of China's rural development. Kaixiangong Village (Photo/Wang Xinnian) In , sociologist Fei Xiaotong carried out a two-month rural At a time of significant transformations in Chinese society, this book addresses the key issue of social welfare and the reform of the welfare system in 21st century ://
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Intended as a comprehensive guide to the study of land use and rural development, this book offers detailed descriptions of land use transitions and rural restructuring. To do so, it chiefly focuses o Coupling Analysis of Farmland and Rural Housing Land Transitions in :// The book provides a study of sustainable development in rural China. Because of its huge population and vast land area, this is an important issue not only for China but for the whole world. The research presented is both multi aspect and systematical. It can be likened to a tree where the trunk › Economics.
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Topics covered include: land tenure and rural labour, social welfare, poverty alleviation, rural resettlement, food security, natural resource management and rural :// Rural Development in Transitional China: The New Agriculture View larger image. By: Over million rural inhabitants were lifted out of absolute poverty and tens of millions became wealthier than the average urban book offers an authoritative and in-depth analysis of the social and economic changes that have swept through ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations, maps ; 23 cm.
Contents: The opening-up of China's countryside / Jacob Eyferth, Peter Ho, and Eduard B. Vermeer --Regional differences in Chinese agriculture: results from the first National Agricultural Census / Roberto Fanfani and Christina Brasili --Rethinking Get this from a library.
Rural development in transitional China: the new agriculture. [Peter Ho; Jan Jacob Karl Eyferth; E B Vermeer;] -- This book offers an authoritative and in-depth analysis of the social and economic changes that have swept through the Chinese countryside in the last twenty :// Información del libro Rural Development in Transitional China: The New Agriculture In two decades from the late s, China experienced the most rapid social and economic changes in world history.
Over million rural inhabitants were lifted out of absolute poverty and tens of millions became wealthier than the average urban ://?codigo= It notably considers the key questions of welfare in both urban and rural settings, for different population groups such as children, the elderly and the disabled, addressing topical issues of housing, education, public health, poverty and the restructuring of related welfare policy system to tackle China’s key :// Rural Development in Transitional China: The New Agriculture - Jacob Eyferth - 洋書の購入は楽天ブックスで。全品送料無料！購入毎に「楽天スーパーポイント」が貯まってお得！みんなのレビュー・感想も agricultural and rural development.
Among other things, this chapter discusses the major achievements of economic developments and the changing role of agriculture in the country. In the last section, major challenges and opportunities are identified for the further development of the agricultural sector in Rural Development, according to the World Bank (), is a strategy designed to improve the economic and social life of a specific group of people, the rural poor.
It involves extending the benefits of development to the poorest among those who seek a livelihood in the rural area. The group includes small-scale farmers, tenants British Academy Career Development Grant – Parental Labour Migration and the Wellbeing of Children Left Behind in Rural China, awarded inpostponed tillcompleted OUP John Fell Fund Grant – Parental Labour Migration and the Wellbeing of Children Left Behind in Rural China, supplementary support for data gathering, awarded Based on data from Zhejiang University’s China Rural Household Panel Survey (CRHPS) in on rural households, which analyses all aspects of grass-roots rural households in China, this volume offers a scientific analysis of social development in rural China, exploring notably the basic structure, employment situation, income and expenditure 14 hours ago "The 'rising earth' is a vivid and imaginative summary that paints the picture of a new rural landscape and shapes the future of rural research.
This new book tells us that today, in the 21st century, recounting China's rural development is a remarkable process of tapping the new vitality and possibilities of the rural and visualizing its The reasons behind such excessive farmland conversion for urban development in transitional China are generalized as follows: (1) the present urban-rural dualistic structure influences farmers to pursue economic rather than agricultural claims, (2) local governments with economic claims exercise strong incentives and power in converting (ASCE)UP Record number: Title: The opening-up of China's countryside: Introduction / Rural Development in Transitional China: A Special Issue: Author(s) This book offers a key read for scholars worldwide interested in social transformation in Chinese society at a time of significant social and economic transition by addressing the key issue of social welfare and the reform of the welfare system in 21st century :// Accelerating Development in Rural China, World Bank Monograph Series, Rural Development Division, (With Albert Nyberg).
“Foodcrop Production Variability in China, ”. The School for Oriental and African Studies, Research ~rozelle. China - China - The transition to socialism, – The period –57, corresponding to the First Five-Year Plan, was the beginning of China’s rapid industrialization, and it is still regarded as having been enormously successful.
A strong central governmental apparatus proved able to channel scarce resources into the rapid development of heavy :// This unique book explores the varied perspectives on contemporary processes of rural transformation and policy intervention in China. The expert contributors combine a critical review of current theoretical viewpoints and global debates with a series of case studies that document the specificities of China’s pathways to :// China, a nation with a profound culture and long history of farming, is a large agricultural producer, consumer and trader.
The Chinese government is highly committed to agricultural, rural and farmer development and has kept the issues related to them (the Sannong issues) high on its agenda to address them. The discourse on population growth has generally given a picture that the increase in the population of any society will negatively affect the utilisation of resources and ultimately overall development.
A school of thought gave the impression that the more the population increases, the greater is the poverty, leading to underdevelopment, especially for countries in ://This book systematically reviews the experiences and problems encountered in the development of China’s rural areas over the past three decades since the start of the country’s economic ://Buy China's Economy: Rural Reform and Agricultural Development (Series On Developing China - Translated Research From China) by Zhenglai Deng, Zhenglai Deng (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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