Rural Development in China: The Rise of Invative Institutions and Markets explores China's rural development path from two angles: institutional invations and the market. Looking at China's pace of socio-ecomic development as a key factor in modernization, author Lu Yilong discusses institutional drawbacks and demands to determine the specific issues of China's rural market. Using China's unique Three rurals concept (agriculture, rural areas and farmers) as its foundation, Rural Development in China: The Rise of Invative Institutions and Markets offers suggestions on how to stimulate rural socio-ecomic growth and lead China down a path to future ecomic success.
LU Yilong is the Deputy Director of the Research Center of Sociological Theory and Method, Renmin University of China. He is an Associate Professor in the postdoctoral research station of sociology in Renmin University of China. He is the author of Xiaogang Village: Rural Reform and Farmers' Institutional Innovation and Chinese Farmers - Post Rural Society and New Rural Construction.
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Social Studies: General
Rural Development in China: The Rise of Innovative Institutions and Markets