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|China's agricultural reforms : experience, empirical evidence and tendency / by Xu Qing
|School of Economics
|In this thesis, four features of China's agricultural reforms, namely the HRS, PGRS and regional comparative advantage grain marketing reform, and problems concerning farmers' incomes, are studied through an analysis of household survey data gathered in grain producing regions. The experiences of successful and unsuccessful measures adopted in China's agricultural sector are discussed, and it is shown that the agricultural reforms in China start at the bottom at local institutions and then become government policy.
|Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Adelaide, School of Economics, 2005
|Agriculture and state China 1949-
Agriculture Economic aspects China
|"10 November 2004"
Bibliography: leaves 203-212.
xvi, 217 leaves : ill. ; 30 cm.
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