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Social Sciences
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    D. Buck
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    0230340954
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    Palgrave Macmillan; 2012 edition (July 25, 2012)
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    267 pages
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By investigating the nexus of relationships between urban and rural factories in the Shanghai region of China, this book shines light on an overlooked part of China's massive . eBook 62,99 €. price for Russian Federation (gross).

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These networks have incorporated millions of villagers into the national and the global economy.

C onst ruc t i ng C h i na’s C a pi ta l ism Shanghai and the Nexus of Urban-Rural Industries.

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The reasons for China’s economic boom remain disputed. Chinese economic policy has changed repeatedly while high growth rates have continued. Despite the current slowdown – which has slashed stock market and real estate values that had long been suspiciously high, and is causing a cascade of debt problems in over-leveraged firms and local government development agencies – there is still a reasonable chance of China experiencing several more years of growth that would be high by almost any other country’s standards.

Shanghai and the Nexus of Urban-Rural Industries

Shanghai and the Nexus of Urban-Rural Industries. series China in Transformation.

Urbanization in China increased in speed following the initiation of the reform and opening policy. By the end of 2017, 5. 2% of the total population lived in urban areas, a dramatic increase from 1. 2% in 1978. By 2010, the OECD, based on Functional Urban Area (FUA), estimates there are currently 15 megacities in China. China's increase in urbanization was one of the several functions of the surpluses produced from the agricultural sectors in Chinese (farming and pastoral dependency).

By investigating the nexus of relationships between urban and rural factories in the Shanghai region of China, this book shines light on an overlooked part of China's massive industrial growth since the 1980s.