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

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15th Party Congress 72 , 114 , 190 n2

a
Acer 103
Agricultural Bank 57 , 81
Agricultural Bureau 35
Agricultural Supply Company 50 , 51
Aihua Underwear Company 167 -8
Anhui general industrial park 142
Anti-Rightist Campaign 145 , 160
Australia 113

b
banks see financial institutions
Baoshan District 49
Beijing 128 , 133 , 151 , 152 , 186 , 187
Bruszt 13
Budapest 141
Bureau of Agriculture of Jinshang County 54 , 60
Bureau of Agriculture of Shanghai City 54 , 60
Bureau of Light Industry in Shanghai 59

c
cadres see officials
capitalism 1 , 7 , 17 , 118 ;
see also free market
centrally controlled economy see planned economy
Chairman Mao 133 ;
see also Mao Zedong
changing the system (gaizhi)34 , 72 , 114 , 139 -40
chemical fiber market 110
Chen Yonggui 133 , 161
Chen Yun 152
Chendai Garment Company 137 , 147
Chendai township 131 -2, 134 , 137 , 140 , 144 , 150 -2;
see also Jinjiang
clientelism 11
collective unified management (jiti tongyi jingying)56 , 68 , 69 , 184 ;
definition of 27 , 47 , 82 , 189 n5
collectives;
see also Sunan model:
definition of 25 , 106 , 189 n5;
end of 34 , 184 -5;
as private 27 , 134 ;
problems of 33 ;
as shareholding system 48 ;
also mentioned11 , 70 , 188 n3, 190 n4
collectivization 18
command economy 1 , 178
commune and brigade enterprises (CBE) 55 , 56
Communist Youth League 75 , 104
contract responsibility system 47 , 81 , 82 , 83
corruption 5 , 6 , 174 , 176
County Foreign Trade Bureau 67
Cultural Revolution:
end of 75 , 105 ;
hardships of 68 , 143 , 161 ;
industry during 56 , 132 , 133 , 142 , 161 -2, 188 n3;
recovery from 186 ;
regulations against industry 106 , 161 ;
also mentioned4 , 60 , 104 , 109 , 143 , 145 , 148

d
Dakang Corporation 50 , 51 , 52
Dakang Real Estate Company 50
Dakang Taxi Company 50
Daqiuzhuang 52
Deng Xiaoping 48
Dupont 109 , 110

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Transforming Rural China: How Local Institutions Shape Property Rights in Rural China
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents ix
  • Illustrations x
  • Acknowledgments xii
  • Abbreviations xiv
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Explaining Property Rights Transformations 7
  • Part I - The Yangtze Delta Property Rights Transformations 31
  • 2 - The Yangtze Delta in the Reform Era 33
  • 3 - The Yangtze Delta in the Postreform Era 70
  • 4 - Shuang Village 100
  • Part II - Southern Fujian Property Rights Transformations 125
  • 5 - Southern Fujian Under Economic Reforms 127
  • 6 - Hancun Village 160
  • 7 - Conclusion 178
  • Notes 188
  • Bibliography 194
  • Index 208
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