How and why did the rural enterprise sector get so big in China? This book has the answers. That sector is owned and operated by rural communities. The book explains why these enterprises have been growing so fast, and it explores the implications of their growth.
Table of ContentsList of Figures - List of Maps - List of Tables - Acknowledgements - List of Abbreviations - Notes on Contributors - Introduction - Rural Enterprise Growth in A Partially Reformed Chinese Economy; C.Chunlai, C.Findlay, A.Watson & Z.Xiaohe - Private Enterprises and Local Government in Rural China; S.Young & Y.Gang - Rural Enterprise Contributions to Growth and Structural Change; H.X.Wu - Regional Disparities in Rural Enterprise Growth; A.Watson & H.X.Wu - Capital Formation in Rural Enterprises; Y.Peng - The Rural Industrial Enterprise Workforce; H.X.Wu - Rural Enterprise Productivity and Efficiency; H.X.Wu & W.Yanrui - Rural Enterprises in China: Overview and Issues; C.Findlay, A.Watson & H.X.Wu - Bibliography - Index