Transforming Rural China: How Local Institutions Shape Property Rights in Rural China

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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

Maps
1.1 Map of China showing Jiangsu, Shanghai, and Fujian 21
1.2 Map of Jiangsu, Shanghai, and Fujian research sites 22

Tables
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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