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The Resource China base : county-level economy and society, by Lixing Zou (China Development Bank Research Institute, Beijing, China)

China base : county-level economy and society, by Lixing Zou (China Development Bank Research Institute, Beijing, China)

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China base : county-level economy and society
Title
China base
Title remainder
county-level economy and society
Statement of responsibility
by Lixing Zou (China Development Bank Research Institute, Beijing, China)
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This unique volume takes a very different approach to the county-level governance and the land system reform in China. Based on thorough-going interviews with - township and village cadres, the book analyzes the current major conflicts in rural areas: between urbanization and rural development, between small-scale production and big market, and between the land operation right and land ownership etc. The book also describes the turbulent phase of transition characterized by the reform of the county-level administrative system, economic system and land system; and depicts how to capture the dynamic micro functions of grassroots government as well as macro evolutions of overarching political institutions in China. The goal of this book is to explore a new approach to speed up the construction of the market and society at the base level and enhance the overall, integrated and intrinsic dynamics of the county-level economy. The down-to-earth presentation of this book engages readers to deeply feel the genuine situation and dilemmas of cadres at the rural grassroots levels in China. Its comprehensive documentation and in-depth discussion provide the best depiction of rural governance in contemporary China, and will serve as a good reference for economic source professionals, political researchers, college students and faculties
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Zou, Lixing,
Dewey number
333.3/151
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Literary form
non fiction
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  • China
  • China
  • Rural development
  • Regional economics
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China base : county-level economy and society, by Lixing Zou (China Development Bank Research Institute, Beijing, China)
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multicolored
Contents
  • Ch. 1. County economy is the base of China's modernization. 1.1. Status quo of county economy. 1.2. Root causes of issues concerning agriculture, the countryside and the farmers. 1.3. Way of thinking to strengthen the economic and social development at the county-Level. 1.4. Conclusions -- ch. 2. To strengthen the building of county governance capacities. 2.1. Status quo of county governance. 2.2. Thoughts on the reform of the county (city) government system. 2.3. Thoughts on reforming township government system. 2.4. Thoughts on reforming village governance. 2.5. Village vicissitudes and reforms. 2.6. Summary -- ch. 3. Further improve the mechanism to ensure "land to the tiller". 3.1. Severity of the land issue. 3.2. Improvement of national land management structure and system. 3.3. Improvement of rural land management structure and system. 3.4. Establishment of the market operational mechanism of "land to the tiller". 3.5. Case study: Land reform in Taiwan. 3.6. Summary
  • Ch. 4. Land rights relationship analysis. 4.1. On land ownership. 4.2. The forms and rights of land before and after it is put into the market. 4.3. The operability of setting Usufruct-based land-use right. 4.4. Methods and steps to set Usufruct-based land-use right. 4.5. Utility analysis of the specific use of the land-use right as a right in Rem. 4.6. Summary -- ch. 5. Land financial market construction. 5.1. Evolution of land financial system. 5.2. Reasons to promote the marketization of land finance. 5.3. Inspirations from the marketization of land finance in foreign countries. 5.4. Problems in the marketization of domestic land finance. 5.5. How to build Chinese financial market land. 5.6. Establishment of National Land Regulation Fund. 5.7. Conclusion
  • Ch. 6. Gains and losses in abolishing agricultural tax and the countermeasures. 6.1. Predicament after the abolition of agricultural tax. 6.2. In-depth analysis of the predicament caused by the abolition of the agricultural tax. 6.3. Solution -- ch. 7. Rural development strategy analysis. 7.1. Implications, features and functions of rural areas. 7.2. Present situation, trend, goals, and impetus of the rural areas. 7.3. Relationship between urbanization and rural areas. 7.4. Strategy for sound rural development. 7.5. Summary -- ch. 8. New-type household manufacturing and new-type urbanization. 8.1. Proposal of the topic. 8.2. Overview of new-type household manufacturing. 8.3. Development mode of new-type household manufacturing. 8.4. Policy measures. 8.5. Conclusion
  • Ch. 9. Development-oriented finance boosts sustainable urbanization. 9.1. International urbanization trend and China's urbanization development. 9.2. Strategic importance and historic mission of urbanization. 9.3. Treat well four relationships in urbanization. 9.4. Actively explore new ideas about Chinese urbanization. 9.5. Give a further play to the role of development finance and promote the scientific development of China's urbanization. 9.6. Conclusion -- ch. 10. The development-oriented finance supports ecological governance of the southwest rocky desertification. 10.1. Southwest rocky desertification. 10.2. Idea of development finance supporting ecological governance of the rocky desertification in the southwest region. 10.3. Pilot project at Qinglong county. 10.4. Summary
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9789814630689
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Label
China base : county-level economy and society, by Lixing Zou (China Development Bank Research Institute, Beijing, China)
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Ch. 1. County economy is the base of China's modernization. 1.1. Status quo of county economy. 1.2. Root causes of issues concerning agriculture, the countryside and the farmers. 1.3. Way of thinking to strengthen the economic and social development at the county-Level. 1.4. Conclusions -- ch. 2. To strengthen the building of county governance capacities. 2.1. Status quo of county governance. 2.2. Thoughts on the reform of the county (city) government system. 2.3. Thoughts on reforming township government system. 2.4. Thoughts on reforming village governance. 2.5. Village vicissitudes and reforms. 2.6. Summary -- ch. 3. Further improve the mechanism to ensure "land to the tiller". 3.1. Severity of the land issue. 3.2. Improvement of national land management structure and system. 3.3. Improvement of rural land management structure and system. 3.4. Establishment of the market operational mechanism of "land to the tiller". 3.5. Case study: Land reform in Taiwan. 3.6. Summary
  • Ch. 4. Land rights relationship analysis. 4.1. On land ownership. 4.2. The forms and rights of land before and after it is put into the market. 4.3. The operability of setting Usufruct-based land-use right. 4.4. Methods and steps to set Usufruct-based land-use right. 4.5. Utility analysis of the specific use of the land-use right as a right in Rem. 4.6. Summary -- ch. 5. Land financial market construction. 5.1. Evolution of land financial system. 5.2. Reasons to promote the marketization of land finance. 5.3. Inspirations from the marketization of land finance in foreign countries. 5.4. Problems in the marketization of domestic land finance. 5.5. How to build Chinese financial market land. 5.6. Establishment of National Land Regulation Fund. 5.7. Conclusion
  • Ch. 6. Gains and losses in abolishing agricultural tax and the countermeasures. 6.1. Predicament after the abolition of agricultural tax. 6.2. In-depth analysis of the predicament caused by the abolition of the agricultural tax. 6.3. Solution -- ch. 7. Rural development strategy analysis. 7.1. Implications, features and functions of rural areas. 7.2. Present situation, trend, goals, and impetus of the rural areas. 7.3. Relationship between urbanization and rural areas. 7.4. Strategy for sound rural development. 7.5. Summary -- ch. 8. New-type household manufacturing and new-type urbanization. 8.1. Proposal of the topic. 8.2. Overview of new-type household manufacturing. 8.3. Development mode of new-type household manufacturing. 8.4. Policy measures. 8.5. Conclusion
  • Ch. 9. Development-oriented finance boosts sustainable urbanization. 9.1. International urbanization trend and China's urbanization development. 9.2. Strategic importance and historic mission of urbanization. 9.3. Treat well four relationships in urbanization. 9.4. Actively explore new ideas about Chinese urbanization. 9.5. Give a further play to the role of development finance and promote the scientific development of China's urbanization. 9.6. Conclusion -- ch. 10. The development-oriented finance supports ecological governance of the southwest rocky desertification. 10.1. Southwest rocky desertification. 10.2. Idea of development finance supporting ecological governance of the rocky desertification in the southwest region. 10.3. Pilot project at Qinglong county. 10.4. Summary
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ocn903489280
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Extent
1 online resource
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online
Isbn
9789814630689
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unknown
Note
World Scientific Publishing
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
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Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)903489280

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