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The Political Economy of Reform in Post-Mao China

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$18.00 • £14.95 • €16.00

ISBN 9780674685901

Publication Date: 06/20/1985

Short

  • List of Tables*
  • Acknowledgments
  • Abbreviations Used in Text and Notes
    • Introduction: The Political Economy of Reform in Post-Mao China: Causes, Content, and Consequences [Elizabeth J. Perry and Christine Wong]
  • I. Agriculture
    • 1. Socialist Agriculture is Dead; Long Live Socialist Agriculture! Organizational Transformations in Rural China [Kathleen Hartford]
    • 2. The Restoration of Peasant Household as Farm Production Unit in China: Some Incentive Theoretic Analysis [Louis Putterman]
    • 3. Rural Marketing and Exchange in the Wake of Recent Reforms [Terry Sicular]
    • 4. Getting Rich through Diligence: Peasant Income after the Reforms [S. Lee Travers]
    • 5. Politics, Welfare, and Change: The Single-Child Family in China [Joyce K. Kallgren]
    • 6. The Implications of Rural Reforms for Grass-Roots Cadres [Richard J. Latham]
    • 7. Rural Collective Violence: The Fruits of Recent Reforms [Elizabeth J. Perry]
  • II. Industry
    • 8. The Politics of Industrial Reform [Susan L. Shirk]
    • 9. False Starts and Second Wind: Financial Reforms in China’s Industrial System [Barry Naughton]
    • 10. Material Allocation and Decentralization: Impact of the Local Sector on Industrial Reform [Christine Wong]
  • Notes
  • Index
  • * Tables
    • 1. Incidence of Production Responsibility Systems
    • 2. Grain Marketing and Resales in Rural Areas, 1952–1982
    • 3. Edible Vegetable Oil Production and Marketing, 1953–1982
    • 4. Cotton Production, Marketing, and Retention, 1952–1982
    • 5. Price Indexes for Agricultural Procurement and for Industrial Retail Sales in Rural Areas, 1952–1982
    • 6. Quota Procurement Prices for Agricultural Products, 1952–1979
    • 7. Quota and Above-Quota Procurement Price Indexes for First-Category Agricultural Products, 1978 and 1982
    • 8. Production and Procurement of First-Category Products
    • 9. Rural Markets: Number and Total Value of Transactions
    • 10. National Average Rural Market Prices and State Above-Quota Prices for Rice, Wheat, and Vegetable Oils, 1980 and 1981
    • 11. Composition of Peasant Income and Year-to-Year Increases, 1978–1981
    • 12. Estimated Source of Growth in Collective Income, 1979–1981
    • 13. Year-to-Year Changes in Collective Income and Costs, 1977–1981
    • 14. Per Capita Retail Sales of Consumer Goods, 1978–1981
    • 15. Per Capita Personal Savings, 1978–1981
    • 16. Chinese Population Projections for 2000 and 2080
    • 17. Geographic and Demographic Data for Production Teams of Respondents, Guangdong, 1981
    • 18. Geographic and Demographic Data for Production Teams of Respondents, 1981
    • 19. The Impact of Agricultural Reforms on Rural Leadership Elites, Guangdong, 1980–1981
    • 20. The Impact of Agricultural Reforms on Rural Leadership Elites, 1980–1981
    • 21. Central and Local Fixed Investment, 1977–1982
    • 22. Total Local Funding Sources, 1980, 1981, 1982
    • 23. Profit Retained by State-Run Enterprises, 1978–1982
    • 24. Number of Producer Goods under State Allocation, 1953–1981
    • 25. Local Control of Category I and II Materials, 1978
    • 26. Local Control of Category I and II Materials (as Percent of Total Output)
    • 27. Profit and Industrial-Commercial Tax Rates for Selected Industries
    • 28. Selected Industries with High Industrial-Commercial Tax Rates

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