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

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INDEX

A
Adjustment of industry and business, 66
Agrarian Reform Law, 24
Agriculture
area of cultivated land, 133
areas suffering flood and draught, 144
causes of crisis, 130
devastation of land, 142
effect of agricultural production on national economy, 164
factors determining development of, 169
fluctuation of increasing rate of, 161, 162
nature differing from industry, 176
output:
annual average increasing rate, 163
targets for 1957, 138
targets for 1958, 139
targets for 1959, 139
targets for 2nd Five-year Plan, 137
total value in First Five-year Plan, 133
revised targets for 1959, 140
role in national economy, 129
Agricultural mechanization:
conditions compared to Soviet Union, 176
investment required for, 170
tractors needed for, 169
targets for, 169
All-China Federation of Supply and Marketing Co-Operatives, 94
Amalgamated Bank, 64
Anti-rightist campaign, 138
Arable land
per capita possession of, 169
disparity between population and, 169
cost of increase of, 169
Arable land -- continued
area cultivated with machines, 169
Austria, 91

B
Backyard Blast Furnace Drive
effects of, 141
process of, 38
purpose of, 139
Bank of China, 90, 91
Bank of Communication, 90, 91
Bank of Ningpo, 64
Banking System
characteristics of, 89
control of currency, 92
elimination of private banks 63, 64
Joint Banking Administration, 64
Lenin's theory of, 62, 89
personal savings in state banks, 159
private banks in 1949, 63
role played by People's Bank, 63
Belgium, 91
Big Leap Forward, 38, 42, 43, 76, 88, 101, 102, 110, 128, 140, 141, 142, 149, 163, 171
effects of, 38, 42, 141, 142, 181, 186
industrial workers increased in, 128
motivation of, 154
origin of, 138
output targets for agriculture in, 139
output targets for industry in, 139
Party members opposed to, 178, 179
suspension of, 149, 150, 152
water conservation projects built in, 138
Britain, 62, 166, 167
Buck, J. L., 5
Bureaucratic capital amount of, 61

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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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