3 edition of China"s agricultural modernization found in the catalog.
China"s agricultural modernization
Russell H. Jeffries
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Russell H. Jeffries, editor|
|Series||China in the 21st century series, China in the 21st century (Commack, N.Y.)|
|LC Classifications||HD2098 .C4717 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 150 p. :|
|Number of Pages||150|
|LC Control Number||2009035600|
Originally created in , the system intends to control population within China and to ensure adequate agricultural production. Citizens are identified by either rural or urban hukou ; with urban residents receiving social benefits that are far superior to that of their rural counterparts. The summit’s action plan stressed the importance of helping Africa achieve general food security by , and proposed for the first time that China work with African countries to formulate and implement a program to promote China-Africa cooperation on agricultural modernization. This just shows how important agricultural development is to.
China’s agricultural challenges Roads to be travelled PwC 1 Evidence of an economic slowdown in China is demonstrated clearly by the leading indicators of falling commodities prices. Soft commodities prices have paralleled the decline of copper, oil and gas in recent months. But File Size: 1MB. After the founding of the People’s Republic of China in , there was an economic recovery period that lasted until The first Five-Year Plan was implemented the following year. With the exception of a two-year hiatus for economic adjustment between and , Five-Year Plans have been in continuous implementation in China.
Introduction: China's agricultural development: challenges and prospects, Xiao-Yuan Dong, Shunfeng Song and Xiaobo Zhang. Overview of the Challenges and Options: High performing Asian economies: retrospect and prospect, Robert W. Fogel; Several strategic and political thoughts on boosting rural development, Justin Yifu Lin; Conflicts and problems facing China's current rural reform and. Agricultural and industrial modernization has fueled continuing migration to cities, rising incomes, and a growing appetite for a more westernized diet among China’s billion people.
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China's agricultural modernization. New York: Nova Science Publishers, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Russell H Jeffries.
To promote agricultural modernization of central China, differently local resource endowments and levels of development on current situation must be considered, and measures should be taken in a line with the local condition and step-by-step, exerting their comparative advantages and selecting the dominant mode, strategic focus and Cited by: 3.
And there are other challenges, including building social safety nets, finishing social and economic reforms in the health Chinas agricultural modernization book and education sectors, finishing rural urbanization and agricultural modernization, establishing modern financial infrastructure and regulatory institutions as in the U.K.
and U.S., and establishing a modern legal. The Four Modernizations were goals first set forth by Deng Xiaoping to strengthen the fields of agriculture, industry, defense, and science and technology in China. The Four Modernizations were adopted as a means of rejuvenating China's economy infollowing the death of Mao Zedong, and later were among the defining features of Deng Xiaoping's tenure as head of the party.
Book Description. With the death of Mao Tse-tung and the subsequent purge of the "Gang of Four," China's new pragmatic leaders have embarked on a crash program of national development known as the Four Modernizations, This program is geared to the primary objective of turning China into a major world economic and military power by the year Richard Baum is professor of political science at the University of California, Los Angeles.
He is editor of China in Ferment: Perspectives on the Cultural Revolution () and author of Prelude to Revolution: Mao, the Party, and the Peasant Question, ().He is currently working on a long-term study of U.S.-China trade and technological relations under a grant from the Henry Luce Pages: In the Modernization of China, an interdisciplinary team of scholars collaborate closely to provide the first systematic, integrated analysis of China in transformation--from an agrarian-based to an urbanized and industrialized society.
Moving from the legacy of the Ming and Ch'ing dynasties to the reforms and revolutions of the 20th century, the authors seek reasons for China's inability to 5/5(1). As one of the eighteen field-specific reports comprising the comprehensive scope of the strategic general report of the Chinese Academy of Sciences,this sub-report addresses long-range planning for developing science and technology in the field of each craft a roadmap for their sphere of development to In their entirety.
China's Road to Development is a collection of papers by specialists on aspects of China's economy and society.
It covers a wide range of subjects, from development strategy to the specifics of small-scale energy exploitation, from the role of women in China's development to the 'greening' of China through great efforts in afforestation.
Great Leap Forward, in Chinese history, the campaign undertaken by the Chinese communists between and early to organize its vast population, especially in large-scale rural communes, to meet China’s industrial and agricultural problems.
The Chinese hoped to develop labour-intensive methods of industrialization, which would emphasize manpower rather than machines and capital.
In 4, years, China has been a nation of farmers. By the time the People's Republic of China was established invirtually all arable land was under cultivation; irrigation and drainage systems constructed centuries earlier and intensive farming practices already produced relatively high yields. But little prime virgin land was available to support population growth and economic.
China's Ongoing Agricultural Modernization by Bryan Lohmar,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Bryan Lohmar. Agricultural modernization is the foundation and pillar for China's modernization drive, but it is a prominent weak point at present, the statement said.
A growing agricultural sector will. Red China’s Green Revolution is a fascinating book. Fabio Lanza, Asia Maior This book is unquestionably well-researched.
Brian DeMare, Journal of Chinese History Exceptionally written. John A. Donaldson, Journal of Chinese Political Science Red China’s Green Revolution is a great book. It develops an innovative and contrarian interpretation. The ERS China agricultural and economic database is a collection of agricultural-related data from official statistical publications of the People's Republic of China.
Data Items: There are data items available at the national level, and 45 crop, livestock, agricultural output, and. Shanghai’s Pudong skyline,Sarmu with a CC license Considers the history and function of Shanghai, from to the present, and its rise from provincial backwater to international metropolis.
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History. The development of farming over the course of China's history has played a key role in supporting the growth of what is now the largest population in the world. Analysis of stone tools by Professor Liu Li and others has shown that hunter-gather–19, years ago ground wild plants with the same tools that would later be used for millet and rice.
China aims to achieve marked progress in agricultural modernization byaccording to a five-year plan released by the State Council Thursday.Carter, Colin A. " China’s Agriculture: Achievements and Challenges.
" ARE Update 14(5) University of California Giannini Foundation of Agricultural Economics. Colin Carter is a professor in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at UC Davis and the director of the Giannini Foundation.
He can be reached by email at. Some facts about China’s rise 35 years ago, per capita income was one‐third of that of sub‐Sahara Africa. Today, China is the world’s largest manufacturing powerhouse: Crude steel = % of U.S. level and 50% of global supply Cement = 60% of world’s production capacity Vehicles = more than 25% of global supply.