Land Rights in Rural China since 1978. Reforms, Successes, and Shortcomings

Abstract : Since 1978, changes in rural land policies have constituted a critical dimension in the evolution of the Chinese economy toward liberalisation and marketisation. This paper aims at reviewing the institutional changes that took place in Chinese rural areas, with a particular focus on two essential dimensions of their dynamics: the central state and regulations, and local rural Chinese citizens' interests.
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Thomas Vendryes. Land Rights in Rural China since 1978. Reforms, Successes, and Shortcomings. China perspectives, Hong Kong : French Centre for Research on Contemporary China, 2010. ⟨hal-00813066⟩

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