|4.1 Overlooking Shuang village industry ||102|
|4.2 Roof of differential polyester chip factory in Shuang ||109|
|4.3 Shuang village government office building ||113|
|4.4 Entrepreneur and cadre residences in Shuang village ||117|
|4.5 Farmland waiting to be turned into an industrial park ||120|
|4.6 Peasant home in Shuang ||122|
|6.1 Hancun village lineage hall ||163|
|6.2 Garment factory in Shishi employing out-of-province workers ||167|
|6.3 A Hancun village entrepreneur at home with a 30,000-yuan large-screen LCD TV behind him ||168|
|6.4 A ship from Lin Xuiyan's fleet ||171|
|6.5 Villagers' residences in Hancun's New Village area ||176|
|6.6 Ocean dike around Hancun village built by Lin Wei ||177|
|1.1 Map of China showing Jiangsu, Shanghai, and Fujian ||21|
|1.2 Map of Jiangsu, Shanghai, and Fujian research sites ||22|
|1.1 Per capita rural household net income and average annual growth ||23|
|1.2 Per capita gross domestic products and average annual growth ||24|
|1.3 Regional variation in shares of industrial output by ownership at mid-reform ||26|
|1.4 Composition of gross social product, 1980 ||28|
|1.5 Industrial base in different regions ||29|
|2.1 Growth of rural industry in Shanghai suburbs, 1978-2001 ||37|
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Book title: Transforming Rural China: How Local Institutions Shape Property Rights in Rural China.
Contributors: Chih-Jou Jay Chen - Author.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 2004.
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