Industrialisation and rural livelihoods in China

agricultural processing in Sichuan
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StatementSusanne Lingohr-Wolf
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LC ClassificationsHD2097 .L5474 2010
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Paginationp. cm.
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Open LibraryOL24476972M
ISBN 139780415559379, 9780203848838
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In recent decades, China has undergone rapid economic growth, industrialisation and urbanisation concomitant with deep and extensive structural and social change, profoundly reshaping the country’s development landscape and urban-rural relationships.

This book applies livelihoods approaches to deepen our understanding of the changes and Cited by: 2. Read "Industrialisation and Rural Livelihoods in China Agricultural Processing in Sichuan" by Susanne Lingohr-Wolf available from Rakuten Kobo.

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Book Description. Since the mids, "agricultural industrialisation" (AI) has been advocated in China to promote rural development by integrating agriculture with the post-harvest sectors such as agro-processing and marketing. In recent decades, China has undergone rapid economic growth, industrialisation and urbanisation concomitant with deep and extensive structural and social change, profoundly reshaping the country’s development landscape and urban-rural relationships.

This book applies livelihoods approaches to deepen our understanding of the changes and continuities related to rural livelihoods within the.

On the surface, China's experience seems similar. China's long history of mining made a substantial leap afterwhen the Communist state embraced it as an engine for rural development and.

Rural Livelihoods in China: Political economy in transition (Routledge Explorations in Development Studies) [Zhang, Heather Xiaoquan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Rural Livelihoods in China: Political economy in transition (Routledge Explorations in. In recent decades, China has undergone rapid economic growth, industrialisation and urbanisation concomitant with deep and extensive structural and social change, profoundly reshaping the country's development landscape and urban-rural relationships.

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1. Livelihoods and the agro-economy: Rural transformations in China after 2. Research approach and methods 3. The case study: The sweet potato (SP) sector in Sichuan Province 4.

Analysis of linkage forms in SP processing 5. Benefits from involvement in AI 6. Constraints and limitations to rural livelihood improvements : Susanne Lingohr-Wolf.

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Livelihoods and the agro-economy: rural transformations in China since --Research approach and methods --The case study: the sweet potato sector in Sichuan Province --Analysis of linkage forms in sweet potato processing --Benefits from involvement in agricultural industrialisation --Constraints and limitations to rural livelihood.

Get this from a library. Industrialisation and Rural Livelihoods in China: Agricultural Processing in Sichuan. [Susanne Lingohr-Wolf] -- Since the mids, "agricultural industrialisation" (AI) has been advocated in China to promote rural development by integrating agriculture with the post-harvest sectors such as agro-processing.

Viewed mainly as the growth of manufacturing sector as opposed to agriculture and the increased use of inanimate sources of power in the production of goods and services, rural industrialization offers the greatest scope for absorbing the existing and growing labour force outside the field of agriculture.

However, rural industrial scene continues to be characterised by the concentration of. Economic Development, Rural livelihoods, and Ecological Restoration: Evidence from China Chengchao Wang, Yusheng Yang, Yaoqi Zhang Received: 13 July /Accepted: 30 August Abstract This article uses a case study in Southeast China to demonstrate how the substantial changes in rural.

Custom Land and Livelihood in Rural South China Land was always at the centre of life in Hong Kong’s rural New Territories: it sustained livelihoods and lineages and, for some, was a route to power.

Villagers managed their land according to customs that were often at odds with formal Chinese law. In the previous chapter, the industrialization process of rural areas in the north of China was investigated, and it was found that some rural areas there began a process similar to proto-industrialization in Western Europe until the early 20 th century, when the manufacturing industry spread on a large scale.

Now let us move the attention to. In an effort to mitigate ecological environments and improve human well-being, the Chinese government’s largest-ever relocation and settlement programme is underway. Measuring livelihood resilience and further assessing its impact hold the key to strengthening adaptive capacity and well-being in poverty resettlements.

Using a household survey of contiguous poor areas in Southern. Rural livelihoods in China are affected by a variety of institutional factors and policy changes. From to the late s, development policy in China focused on heavy industry under strong central planning.

To increase agricultural productivity and ultimately to support industrial development, communal farming systems were in place from.

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Rural land dispossession in China and India. The Journal of Peasant Studies: Vol. 47, Rural land dispossession in China and India, pp. One of our book co-authors, from Renmin University Beijing, states that farmers in Lin'an gained an annual per capita income of US$ inwhile the average rural.

China's development over the past 60 years has indicated that the livelihood of the people is a key factor in economic and social construction in contemporary China.

Having sufficient food and clothing is the first step in improving the livelihood of the people. A higher level of well-being can be achieved only after the basic needs are met. For rural areas, proximity to towns and cities boosts non-agricultural activity as well as farming of products that specifically cater to urban demand.

In exceptional cases, expansion of the rural non-farm sector will be pioneered by manufacturing, thereby following the pattern of rural industrial. Due to China’s exposure and susceptibility to natural hazards, it is important for governments and aid agencies to have tools that enable effective post-disaster livelihood recovery in creating self-sufficiency for the affected population.

This paper introduces a framework of critical components that constitute a successful livelihood recovery by studying the perceptions and perspectives of. Rural livelihoods in PLR are also influenced by the policy context in China.

Since reforms began in the late s, the Chinese government has been constantly adapting its development, migration, and agriculture policy (Heerink et al.,Lin,Long, ).

Rural reforms began with the implementation of the Household Responsibility. Impact of Industrial Development on Rural Communities 12 Benefits and Costs of Rural Industrialization 17 Benefits 17 Costs Industrial Efforts and its Impact on Rural Communities 26 The Fundamental Development Issues in Rural Industrialization 29 CHAPTER III.

DATA, CONCEPTS, AND DEFINITIONS 32 Coding of Variables 32 Size of firms Transforming informal work and livelihoods in China. The informal sector has long been viewed as a locus of the disadvantaged, unskilled, and inexperienced workers in under-developed and developing economies.

Workers in the informal sector, however, can learn skills and gain experience that could help them switch to better-paying jobs in the. Custom, Land and Livelihood in Rural South China: The Traditional Land Law of Hong Kong's New Territories, – In this Book.

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Buy This Book in Print. summary. Land was always at the centre of life in Hong Kong’s rural New Territories: it sustained livelihoods and lineages and, for some, was a route to power. Villagers managed. Custom, Land and Livelihood in Rural South China explores land ownership in the New Territories, analysing over a hundred surviving land deeds from the late Ch?ing Dynasty to recent times, which are transcribed in full and translated into English.

About For Books Custom, Land and Livelihood in Rural South China: The Traditional Land Law of.relevance to rural livelihood analysis explain the livelihoods concept and critically appraise the use of sustainable livelihoods frameworks for rural livelihood analysis consider, with examples, the effects of interactions of change among peasant livelihoods within the rural economy and markets.Key to China's plans to promote rural development is the de-marginalisation of the countryside through the incorporation of rural areas into the urban-based market-oriented financial system.

For this reason, Chinese development planners have turned to microcredit―i.e. the provision of small-scale loans to 'financially excluded' rural households―as a means of increasing 'financial.