Communist China's Economy, 1949-1962: Structural Changes and Crisis

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in their first decade of control although this price stability is superficial in many respects. But they have suffered a great setback in economic planning and also failures in the management of the state farms.
REFERENCES
1. Lenin, N., Complete Works, op. cit., Vol. XXVII, p. 3.
2. Yang Ying-chieh, Vice-Chairman, State Planning Commission, "Several Problems in Current Planning Work," Chi-hua Yu T'ung-chi (Planning and Statistics), Peking, No. 14, November 23, 1959, pp. 10-14.
3. Li Choh-ming, The Statistical System of Communist China, ( University of California Press, 1962) pp. 71-72.
4. Cheng Chu-yuan, Communist China -- Its Situation and Prospect, op. cit., p. 57.
5. Lenin, Complete Works, op. cit., Vol. XXI, p. 260.
6. Cheng Chu-yuan, Monetary Affairs of Communist China, op. cit., p. 22.
7. Ta-Kung-Pao, Tientsin, April 3, 1953.
8. Peking Review, No. 2, January 12, 1960, p. 9.
9. Ibid.
10. JMP 300,000 is equivalent to 30 yuan in the new jen-min pei or about 13 U. S. dollars. New currency issued in 1955, each new currency equalling 10,000 old currency.
11. Cheng Chu-yuan, Monetary Affairs of Communist China, op. cit., p. 9.
12. Economic Yearbook for 1953 ( Hong Kong: Ching-chi Tao- pao-she, 1953), p. 33.
13. Hsin-hua Pan-yueh-kan (New China Semi-Monthly) Peking, No. 1, 1959, p. 64.
14. JMJP, December 23, 1958, p. 2.
15. China News Analysis, Hong Kong, No. 271, April 10, 1959, p. 4.
16. Ho Wei and Yang Ch'un-hsu, "Exchange and Distribution of Chinese Agricultural Products," Kuang-ming Jih-pao, Peking, February 27, 1961.
17. Cheng Chu-yuan, China's Market under Communist Control ( Hong Kong: Union Research Institute, 1956), pp. 20-21.
18. Ta-Kung-Pao, Peking, April 4, 1959.
19. Ta-Kung-Pao, Tientsin, September 28, 1956. One shih foot equals 0.3333 metres, or one metre equals 3 shih feet.
20. China News Analysis, Hong Kong, No. 327, June 10, 1960, p. 4.
21. Ho Wei and Yang Ch'un-hsu, "On Trade Through Rural Fairs," JMJP, March 14, 1961.
22. Niu Chung-huang, Wo-kuo Kuo-ming Shou-ju ti Chi-lei ho Hsiao-fei (Accumulation and Consumption in the National Income of China)( Peking: China Youth Publishing House, 1957), p. 43.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Foreword iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • List of Tables ix
  • Other Books by the Same Author xi
  • Abbreviations xii
  • Chapter 1 Introduction 1
  • References 3
  • Chapter 2 Major Features of China's Pre-Communist Economic Structure 4
  • References 9
  • Chapter 3 Chinese Communist Theories and Policies for Economic Structural Transformation 11
  • References 19
  • Chapter 4 Agricultural Collectivizsation 22
  • References 56
  • Chapter 5 Transformation of the Private Sector into the State-Operated Sector 60
  • References 82
  • Chapter 6 Establishment of the Central Planning Machinery and State Monopoly 84
  • References 104
  • Chapter 7 Basic Changes in the Component of the National Product 106
  • Chapter 8 Famine and Crisis 128
  • References 153
  • Chapter 9 Significance and Prospects 157
  • References 172
  • Chapter 10 Conclusion 175
  • Appendix a Note on Communist China's Statistical Data 181
  • References 189
  • Appendix II Conversion Tables 191
  • Selected Bibliography 194
  • Index 208
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