Social Scientist. v 16, no. 181-82 (June-July 1988) p. Back material.


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CHINA: ISSUES IN DEVELOPMENT

Edited by

Ashok Mitra

Introduction Ashok Mitra Demographic Trends and Population

Policy in China Pravin Visaria Economic Reform in China: Some Observations A. Vaidyanathan Three Communes and a Production Brigade:

The Contract Responsibility System in China Utsa Patnaik Economic Change in India: Some Impressions K.S. Krishnaswamy The External Sector in Chinese Economic

Development Deepak Nayyar National and Local Level Planning:

China, the USSR, India N.K. Chandra

China's Policy Towards Her Minority

Nationalities Liu Xingwu & Alatan

A'Candidate Superpower' among the 'Filthy

Swines': Emergence of China in World Politics G.P. Deshpande

Experiments in Socialist Practice: Some

Impressions of China Malini Bhattacharya

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