The Collective Foundation of Rapid Rural Industrialization


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ME Sharpe in "Cooperative and Collective in China's Rural Development: Between State and Private Interest"

October 1997

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The first book available devoted exclusively to China's rural organizational change and the subsequent implications for rural societies and politics. Following China's successful decollectivization, diverse new organizational forms arose in response to different local situations. Yet the collective tradition did not die. The contributors dissect the closely structured relationships among the newly emerging class of rural entrepreneurs, local officials, and their family members and associates.

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