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A Theory and History of Rural–urban Governance in China, by Chao Ye

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Summary
This book divides the history of China's rural-urban relations into three stages: antagonism, integration and re-antagonism, and demonstrates that the two coupled variables i.e., policy-culture and coast-trade are the most crucial to urbanization and rural-urban governance in China from ancient times till now. From the perspective of a combination of history and geography, this book puts forward a new theory which is mainly based on Adam Smith's theory and other theories about rural-urban relationship and reinterprets the process and driving forces of evolutionary history of rural-urban relationship over 5,000 years in China. It is useful for researchers and scholars specialized in such fields as rural and urban studies, economics, geography, management and planning for reference
Table Of Contents
Introduction -- Rural-Urban Relations: Concepts, Methods and Theory -- Smith framework -- The Origin of China's Rural-Urban Relations -- Rural-Urban Relationship in China's Historical Periods -- Rural-Urban Relations in modern China -- Conclusion
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Edition
1st ed. 2021.
Physical Description
1 online resource (232 pages)
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
online
Isbn
9789811612015

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