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China's urban-rural integration policies

Chinas städtisch-ländliche Integrationspolitik
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Ye, Xingqing

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Abstract The analysis presented here is based on the keynote speech discussing the most recent developments in rural policy on urban-rural integration in China delivered in Chinese by Professor Ye Xingqing at the Ninth European Conference on Agriculture and Rural Development in China (ECARDC9) held at the University of Leeds in the UK on 3-5 April 2009. Professor Ye's paper provides a comprehensive overview of the main initiatives, their rationale and their context, including some of the debates surrounding them. Professor Ye, who is an invited keynote speaker of ECARDC9 and the director-general of the Department for Rural Economy, Research Office of the State Council, People's Republic of China, has been personally involved in the process of formulating these policy initiatives. Translated from Chinese by Prof. Flemming Christiansen, professor in Chinese Studies, Department of East Asian Studies, University of Leeds and also Director of National Institute of Chinese Studies, White Rose East Asia Centre, United Kingdom.
Keywords China; agriculture; rural development; regional development; regional planning; urbanization; urban area; rural area; integration; city-country relationship
Classification Special areas of Departmental Policy; Area Development Planning, Regional Research
Method descriptive study
Free Keywords political science; rural development; politics/ policy; rural-urban relationships; regional development/ planning; post -1979
Document language English
Publication Year 2009
Page/Pages p. 117-143
Journal Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, 38 (2009) 4
Status Published Version; peer reviewed
Licence Creative Commons - Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works
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