2 edition of Economic planning and local mobilization in post-Mao China found in the catalog.
Economic planning and local mobilization in post-Mao China
Y. Y. Kueh
by Contemporary China Institute, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London in London
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Y. Y. Kueh.|
|Series||Research notes and studies -- no.7|
|Contributions||University of London. Contemporary China Institute.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||57 p. :|
|Number of Pages||57|
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Economic planning and local mobilization in post-Mao China. London: Contemporary China Institute, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Y Y Kueh. Economic Planning and Local Mobilization in Post-Mao China, 2nd Edition is a straightforward introduction to the core of programming.
The Author dispenses with the sort of tedious, unnecessary information that can get in the way of learning how to program, choosing instead to provide a foundation in general concepts, fundamentals, and problem. Timeline China in the 21st century s Post-Mao Era () China under Mao () Mao's death in September removed a towering figure from Chinese politics and set off a.
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Kueh, Y. Y., Economic Planning and Local Mobilization in Post-Mao China, No. 7, Research Notes and Studies Series, Contemporary China Institute, School. The author uses the post-Mao Chinese experience and a case study of China's one-child policy to argue that variant forms of mobilization have remained an integral part of the postrevolutionary Chinese political process, as the Deng regime attempts to rearrange the institutions and routines characteristic of Maoist China rapidly and.
China’s urban developmental planning in rapid urbanization: Resource mobilization and responsiveness to market change By Jieming Zhu Urban planning is an effective tool for maintaining the interest of the status quo and for establishing order in the land market.
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Social mobilization has long been considered a major characteristic of Chinese life and, more recently, a key aspect of China’s state capacity. The existing literature on social mobilization in the country, however, is characterized by studies of pre China, many of which are scattered and fragmentary.
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Number of products under central allocation in the former Soviet Union and China. By planning By producing Central.Economy, School of Economic and Financial Studies, Macquarie University, Sydney.
He is the author of Economic Planning and Local Mobilization in Post-Mao China and many articles on Chinese agriculture, trade, economic planning and reforms.
Paul Siu-nam Lee is Lecturer in the Department of Journalism & Communication, the Chinese University of.