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China's West region development: domestic strategies and global implications

Author: Lu, Ding ; Neilson, William A. W.Publisher: World Scientific Publishing 2004.Language: EnglishDescription: 578 p. : Graphs/Maps ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9812388001Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Print HC500.42 .C4 C457 2004
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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China's West Region Development Domestic Strategies and Global Implications Table of Contents Preface.................................................................................................. ix List of Contributing Authors................................................................ xi 1 Introduction.................................................................................. 1 Ding Lu and William Neilson Part I. Goals and Objectives 2 3 Designing a Regional Development Strategy for China.............. 17 Dwight Perkins Eco-Environmental Protection and Poverty-Alleviation in West China Development........................................................ 27 Zheng Yuxin and Qian Yihong Western China: Human Security and National Security............ 41 Robert Bedeski Reconciliation between Ecosystem Preservation and Economic Development Initiative-- The Case of Tarim Basin............................................................................ 53 Zhao Xiusheng, Dai Jian and Shen Hong 4 5 Part II. Coordinating Institutions and Mechanism 6 A New Pattern of Regional Co-operation in China: Four Economic Belts across East to West.................................. 85 Li Shantong, Hou Yongzhi and Feng Jie The Political Logic of Fiscal Transfers in China....................... 101 Wang Shaoguang 7 vi Table of Contents 8 9 The Politics of China's Western Development Initiative............. 137 Gregory T. Chin An Introductory Environmental Macroeconomic Framework for China: Implications for West China Development.................. 175 Dodo Thampapillai, Euston Quah and Shandre M. Thangavelu 10 Enhancing the Western China Development Strategy (WCDS): Innovative Approaches................................................. 191 Neal C. Stoskopf, Glen Filson, J. Simpson and L. Kannenberg Part III. Effectiveness and Efficiency 11 On the Urban-Rural Relationship in Western Region Development Program.....................................................219 Shi Yulong and Du Ping 12 The Western Region's Growth Potential .........................................239 Ding Lu and Elspeth Thomson 13 Measuring the Impact of the "Five Mega-Projects" ......................... 261 Lin Ling and Liu Shiqing 14 "Grain for Green" Policy and Its Impacts on Grain Supply in West China................................................................ 291 Zhiming Feng and Pengtao Zhang 15 Education and Development: A Historical Experience of Sichuan................................................................................. 309 Yu Li Part IV. Distribution of Benefits and Costs 16 The New Challenges Facing the Development of West China............................................................................. 333 Liu Shiqing and Lin Ling Table of Contents vii 17 Migration Scenarios and Western China Development: The Evidence from 2000 Population Census Data...................... 345 Shuming Bao and Wing Thye Woo 18 Gender Relations, Tourism and Ecological Effects in Lijiang, China............................................................................373 Govind Kelkar 19 China's West Development Strategy and Rural Empowerment: Is There a Link? A Case Study of the Tibetan Plateau Region.............................................................. 409 Namgyal 20 The Significance of West China Development to Asian Economic Integration....................................................... 439 Chen Zhilong Part V. Sources of Interregional Disparity 21 The Relative Contributions of Location and Preferential Policies in China's Regional Development.................................. 465 Sylvie Demurger, Jeffrey D. Sachs, Wing Thye Woo, Shuming Bao and Gene Chang 22 Urbanization and West China Development................................... 493 Ding Lu and Wing Thye Woo 23 China's Regional Disparities in 1978-2000.................................... 519 Zhigang Lu and Shunfeng Song 24 Development of West China: Marketization versus Foreign Direct Investment......................................................... 547 Wen Mei Index ................................................................................................ 567

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