by Centre for Rural Studies, Queen"s University of Belfast in Belfast .
Written in English
|Statement||Fu Chen, John Davis and Liming Wang.|
|Series||Working paper / Centre for Rural Studies -- no. 1/97|
|Contributions||Davis, J. 1951-, Queen"s University of Belfast. Centre for Rural Studies.|
China has launched a series of land policy reforms to improve land-use efficiency, to rationalize land allocation, to enhance land management, and to coordinate urban and rural development. These land policy reforms have yielded positive impacts on urban land use as well as negative socioeconomic by: China has launched a series of land policy reforms to improve land-use efficiency, to rationalize land allocation, to enhance land management, and to coordinate urban and rural development. China’s land reform in –84 unleashed rapid growth in farm output and household income. In new data on reform timing in counties, we find an immediate trend break in the fraction of male children following the by: China's Land (re) Distribution and Economic Development 1 Xiaopeng Luo, Zuhui Huang and Wenrong Qian2 This essay addresses the issues of how land redistribution was evolved and its effects on the economic development in contemporary China, particularly in the recent economic reforms. The essay focuses on the relationship between state power and.
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