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Bibliography on Contemporary China Studies

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Adams, Jennifer / Hannum, Emily (2005): Children's social welfare in China, 1989-1997: Access to health insurance and education. In: The China Quarterly, Vol. 181, 100-121

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Agelasto, Michael / Adamson, Bob (Eds.) (1998): Higher education in post-Mao China. Hong Kong (Hong Kong University Press)

Aird, John S. (1990): Slaughter of the innocents. Coercive birth control in China. Washington, DC (American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, AEI Press)

Akkerman, Abraham / He, Jiao Sheng (1999): Economic reforms and family planning in China: The one-child policy in rural Guangdong, 1979-1990. In: Canadian Studies in Population, Vol. 26, No. 1, 39-65

Alexandratos, N. (1996): China's projected cereal deficits in a world context. In: Agricultural Economics, Vol. 15, No. 1, 1-16

Alexandratos, N. (1997): China's consumption of cereals and the capacity of the rest of the world to increase exports. In: Food Policy, Vol. 22, No. 3, 253-267

Allen, Kenneth W. / Corbett, John F. (2004): Predicting PLA leader promotions. In: Scobell, Andrew / Wortzel, Larry (Eds.): Civil-Military change in China: Elites, institutes, and ideas after the 16th Party Congress. Carlisle, PA (Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College), 257-278

Amsden, Alice H. (2003): The Rise of "The Rest": Challenges to the West from Late-Industrializing Economies. Oxford, New York (Oxford University Press)

Anagnost, Ann (1995): A surfeit of bodies: Population and the rationality of the state in post-Mao China. In: Ginsburg, Faye D. / Rapp, Rayna (Eds.): Conceiving the new world order: The global politics of reproduction. Berkeley, CA (University of California Press), 22-41

Anagnost, Ann (1997): Children and national transcendence in China. In: Lieberthal, Kenneth G. / Lin, Shuen-Fu / Young, Ernest P. (Eds.): Constructing China: The interaction of culture and economics. Ann Arbor, MI (University of Michigan, Center for Chinese Studies), 195-222

Andelman, David A. (1979): China's Balkan strategy. In: International Security, Vol. 4, No. 3, 60-79 (Published by The MIT Press for the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University)

Anderson, A. F. / Qingsi, Z. / Hua, X. / Jianfeng, B. (2003): China's floating population and the potential for HIV transmission: A social-behavioral perspective. In: AIDS Care, Vol. 15, No. 2, 177-185

Anderson, Barbara A. / Silver, Brian D. (1995): Ethnic differences in fertility and sex ratios at birth in China: Evidence from Xinjiang. In: Population Studies, Vol. 49, No. 2, 211-226

Anderson, K. / Peng, C.Y. (1998): Feeding and fuelling China in the 21st century. In: World Development, Vol. 26, No. 8, 1413-1429

Andrews-Speed, C. P. (2004): Energy policy and regulation in the People's Republic of China. The Hague, New York (Kluwer Law International)

Anthony, Ian (2004): Militarily relevant EU-China trade and technology transfers: Issues and problems. Stockholm, Sweden (SIPRI, Paper presented at the Conference on Chinese Military Modernization: East Asian Political, Economic and Defense Industrial Responses, organized by the Freeman Chair in China Studies and the Pacific Forum, Center for Strategic Studies, May 19-20, 2005)

Arora, Ashish (2005): From Underdogs to Tigers: The Rise and Growth of the Software Industry in Brazil, China, India, Ireland, and Israel. Oxford, New York (Oxford University Press)

Ash, Robert (1992): The agricultural sector in China: Performance and policy dilemmas during the 1990s. In: China Quarterly, Vol. 131, (September), 545-576

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Asian Development Bank (2002): Country Economic Review - People's Republic of China. Document: CER: PRC 200208

Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (2003): Asia-Pacific responses to U.S. security policies. Honolulu, Hawaii

Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (2003): Asia's China debate. Honolulu, Hawaii

Attane, Isabelle (2002): China's family planning policy: An overview of its past and future. In: Studies in Family Planning, Vol. 33, No. 1, 103-113

Aubert, Claude / Li, Xiande (2002): Peasant burden: Taxes and levies imposed on Chinese farmers. In: Agricultural Policies in China after WTO Accession, OECD, Paris, 160-179 (Collection: China in the Global Economy)

Aubert, Claude / Li, Xiande (2002): Agricultural underemployment and rural migration in China: Facts and figures. Hongkong, China, French Centre for Research on Contemporary China (CEFC), China Perspectives, No. 41

Austin, Greg (2005): The 1989 China arms ban: Putting Europe's position to congress. London, United Kingdom (The Foreign Policy Centre, April 2005)

Aziz, Jahangir / Duenwald, Christoph (2001): China's provincial growth dynamics. Washington, D.C., International Monetary Fund (IMF Working Paper, WP/01/3)

Bailey, Paul (1990): Reform the people: Changing attitudes towards popular education in early twentieth-century China. Vancover

Bajpai, Nirupam / Jian, Tianlun / Sachs, Jeffrey D. (1997): Economic reforms in China and India: Selected issues in industrial policy. Cambridge, MA (Harvard Institute for International Development, Development Discussion Paper, No. 580)

Banister, Judith (1998): Population, public health and the environment in China. In: China Quarterly, No. 156, 986-1015

Banister, Judith (1987): China's changing population. Stanford (University Press)

Banister, Judith / Hill, Kenneth (2004): Mortality in China 1964 - 2000. In: Population Studies, Vol. 58, No. 1, 55-75

Bao, Ruo-Wang (1976): Prisoner of Mao. Viking Press.

Bao, Shuming / Chang, Gene Hsin / Sachs, Jeffrey D. / Woo, Wing Thye (2001): Geographic factors and China's regional development under market reforms, 1978-98. Internal paper, April 24, 2001

Barfield, Thomas J. (1989): The perilous frontier: Nomadic empires and China. Cambridge, MA (Blackwell)

Barnett, Doak A. (1974): Uncertain passage: China's transition to the Post-Mao era. Washington, DC (Brookings Institution)

Bates, Gill / Chang, Jennifer / Palmer, Sarah (2002): China's HIV crisis. In: Foreign Affairs, Vol. 81, No. 2, 96-110

Baum, Richard (1994): Burying Mao. Chinese politics in the age of Deng Xiaoping. Princeton, NJ (Princeton University Press)

Beach, Marilyn (2001): China's rural health care gradually worsens. In: The Lancet, Vol. 358, No. 9281, 567

Becker, Jasper (2002): A soap opera, China's teens, and a cyber-revolt. In: The Christian Science Monitor, May 24, 2002 (http://www.csmonitor.com/2002/0524/p01s04-woap.html)

Becker, Jasper (2000): The Chinese. London (John Murray)

Becker, Jasper (1996): Hungry ghosts. Mao's secret famine. New York, NY (Henry Holt and Company)

Bengtsson, Tommy / Campbell, Cameron / Lee, James (et al.) (2003): Life under pressure: Mortality and living standards in Europe and Asia, 1700 - 2000. Cambridge, MA (MIT Press)

Bernstein, Richard / Munro, Ross H. (1997): The coming conflict with China. New York, NY (Knopf)

Bernstein, Thomas P. / Lu, Xiaobo (2003): Taxation without representation in contemporary rural China. New York (Cambridge University Press)

Bernstein,Thomas P. (1984): Stalinism, famine, and Chinese peasants - Grain procurement during the Great Leap Forward. In: Theory and Society, Vol. 13, No. 3, 339-377

Bert, Wayne (2003): The United States, China, and Southeast Asian security. A changing of the guard? New York, NY (Palgrave Macmillan)

Berthélemy, Jean-Claude / Démurger, Silvie (1998): Foreign direct investment and economic growth: Theoretical issues and empirical application to China. In: Review of Development Economics, Vol. 4, No. 2, 140-155

Beynon, Louise / Zheng, Baohua / Lu, Caizhen / Zhao, Yaqiao / Liu, Jinlong (2000): Understanding rural poverty and poverty constraints in China. A Report Commissioned by DFID China Programme.

Bhalla, A. S. / Qiu, Shufang (2004): The employment impact of China's WTO accession. London, New York (Routledge Curzon)

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Biao, Xiang (2003): Migration and health in China: Problems, obstacles and solutions. National University of Singapore, Asian MetaCentre Research Paper Series, No. 17

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Bloom, Gerald / Tang, Shenglan (1999): Rural health prepayment schemes in China: Towards a more active role for government. In: Social Science and Medicine, Vol. 48, 951-960

Blum, Samantha (2002): China in transition: A look behind the scenes. Washington, DC (Center for Strategic and International Studies)

Blum, Susan D. (2002): Margins and centers: A decade of publishing on China's ethnic minorities. In: The Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 61, No. 4, 1287-1310

Bo, Yibo (1993): Retrospective of several big decisions and incidents. Beijing (Central Party School)

Bo, Zhiyue (2004): The politics of cooling China's overheated economy. Singapore (East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore)

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Bongaarts, John / Greenhalgh, Susan (1985): An alternative to the one-child policy in China. In: Population and Development Review, Vol. 11, No. 4, 585-617

Bramall, Chris (2001): The quality of China's household income surveys. In: The China Quarterly, Vol. 167, 689-705

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Brenner, Mark (2001): Reexamining the distribution of wealth in rural China. In: Riskin, Carl, et al. (Eds.): China's Retreat from Equality: Income Distribution and Economic Transition. Armonk, NY (M. E. Sharpe), 245-275

Breslin, Shaun (1999): Decentralisation, globalisation and the "creation" of trans-national economic regions in the People's Republic of China. Coventry (University of Warwick, Centre for the Study of Globalization and Regionalisation (CSGR), Working Paper No. 38/99, September 1999)

British Consulate-General (2001): China's western development strategy. Chongqing, Web Document.

Brooks, Ray / Tao, Ran (2003): China's labor market performance and challenges. Washington, DC (International Monetary Fund, Asia and Pacific Department, IMF Working Paper WP/03/210)

Brown, L. (1995): Who will feed China? Wakeup call for a small planet. New York (W. W. Norton)

Brown, L. / Halweil, B. (1998): China's water shortage could shake world food security. In: World Watch, Vol. 11, No. 4, 10-21 (July / August)

Brown, Michael E. et al. (Eds.) (2000): The rise of China. Cambridge, MA (MIT Press)

Brzezinski, Zbigniew (1997): The grand chessboard. American primacy and its geostrategic imperatives. New York, NY (Basic Books, Perseus Books Group)

Brzezinski, Zbigniew (2003): China and America in the changing world. In: Harvard Asia Pacific Review, Summer 2003 (Security in Asia), 6-12

Brzezinski, Zbigniew / Mearsheimer, John J. (2005): Clash of the titans. In: Foreign Policy, Special Report: China Rising. How the Asian Colossus is Changing our World. January / February 2005, Washington, DC.

Burell, Mattias (2001): The rule-governed state: China's labor market policy, 1978-1998. Uppsala, Sweden (Uppsala University, PhD dissertation)

Burke, Maria (2000): Managing China's water resources. In: Environmental Science & Technology, News, 219-221 (American Chemic Society)

Burr, William / Richelson, Jeffrey T. (2000): Whether to "strangle the baby in the cradle": The United States and the Chinese Nuclear Program, 1960-64. In: International Security, Vol. 25, No. 3, 54-99 (Published by The MIT Press for the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University)

Bush, Richard C. (2004): At cross purposes: US-Taiwan relations since 1942. Armonk, NY (M. E. Sharpe)

Cai, Fang / Guo, Hanying / Gao, Jialing (Eds.) (2001): Population migration in China: Patterns and pathways (1990 - 1999). Beijing (Social Sciences Publishing House)

Cai, Yong / Lavely, William (2003): China's missing girls: Numerical estimates and effects on population growth. In: China Review, Vol. 3, No. 2, 13-29

Calavita, Kitty (2000): The paradoxes of race, class, identity, and "passing": Enforcing the Chinese Exclusion Acts, 1882 - 1910. In: Law and Social Inquiry, Vol. 25, No. 1, 1-40

Cannon, Terry (Ed.) (2000): China's economic growth: The impact on regions, migration, and the environment. New York (St. Martin's Press)

Cao, Cong (2003): Zhongguancun aspiring to become "China's Silicon Valley". Singapore (East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore)

Cao, Cong (1998): The Chinese Academy of Sciences: The election of scientists into the elite group. Minerva 36 (Kluwer Academic Publishers, Netherlands)

Cao, Cong (2003): China's high-tech parks in transition. Singapore (East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore)

Cao, Cong / Suttmeier, R. P. (2001): China's new scientific elite: Distinguished young scientists, the research environment, and hopes for Chinese science. In: The China Quarterly, Vol. 168, December 2001, 960-984

Carlton, Sue Ellen M. (2004): Comparing Asian politics: India, China, and Japan. (Westview Press), 2nd Edition.

Cass, Deborah / Brett, Williams G. / Barker, Georg (Eds.) (2003): China and the world trading system: Entering the new millennium. New York (Cambridge University Press)

Centre for the Study of Living Standards (CSLS) (2003): China's productivity performance and its impact on poverty in the transition period. Ottawa, Ontario / Canada. Final Report: September 18, 2003. CSLS Research Report 2003-07 (Background paper prepared for the 2004 World Employment Report of the International Labor Organization)

Chameides, W.L. / Yu, H. / Liu, S.C. / Bergin, M. / Xiuji, Zhou / Mearns, L. / Gao, Wei / Kiang, C.S. / Saylor, R.D. / Chao, Luo / Huang, Yan / Steiner, A. / Giorgi, F. (1999): A case study of effects of atmospheric aerosols and regional haze on agriculture: An opportunity to enhance crop yields in China through emission controls? In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Science of the United States of America, Vol. 96, Issue 24, 13626-13633

Chan, Alfred L. (1992): The campaign for agricultural development in the Great Leap Forward: A study of policy-making and implementation in Liaoning. In: China Quarterly, March

Chan, Kam Wing (2003): Chinese census 2000: New opportunities and challenges. In: The China Review, Vol. 3 No. 2, 1-12

Chan, Kam Wing (2001): Recent migration in China: Patterns, trends and policies. In: Asian Perspective, Special Issue on Economic Reforms and Social Change in Contemporary China, Vol. 25, No. 4, 127-155

Chan, Kam Wing / Hu, Ying (2003): Urbanization in China in the 1990s: New definition, different series, and revised trends. In: The China Review, Vol. 3, No. 2, 49-71

Chan, Kam Wing / Zhang, Li (1999): The hukou system and rural-urban migration in China: Processes and changes. In: China Quarterly, No. 160, 818-855

Chan, Roger C.K. / Hseuh, Tien-Tung / Luk, C. (Eds.) (1996): China's regional economic development. Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Chan, Thomas / Tracy, Noel / Zhu, Wenhui (1999): China's export miracle: Origins, results and prospects. New York, NY (Palgrave Macmillan), Series: Studies on the Chinese Economy

Chang, Albert (2005): Revisiting the Tiananmen Square incident: A distorted image from both sides of the lens. In: Stanford Journal of East Asian Affairs, Vol. 5, No. 1, 9-25

Chang, G. H. / Wen, G. J. (1997): Communal dining and the Chinese famine of 1958-1961. In: Journal of Economic Development and Cultural Change, Vol. 46, 1-34

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Chang, Iris (1997): The rape of Nanking. The forgotten holocaust of World War II. New York (Penguin Books)

Chang, Jung (1991): Wild swans. Three daughters of China. New York, et al. (Touchstone Books)

Chang, Jung / Halliday, Jon (2005): Mao: The unknown story. New York, NY (Knopf)

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Chang, Tsan-Kuo (2002): China's window on the world. TV news, social knowledge and international spectacles. Cresskill, NJ (Hampton Press)

Chao, Chien-min / Dickson,Bruce J. (2001): Remaking the Chinese state. Strategies, society, and security. (Routledge)

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Cheek, Timothy / Saich, Tony J. (Eds.) (1997): New perspectives on state socialism in China. Armonk, New York, London

Chen, An (2005): Secret societies and organized crime in contemporary China. In: Modern Asian Studies, Vol. 39, No. 1, 77-107

Chen, Baizhu / Feng, Yi (2000): Determinants of economic growth in China: Private enterprise, education and openness. In: China Economic Review, Vol. 11, No 1, 1-15

Chen, Jiajian / Chen, Shengli / Minja Kim Choe (2003): Who has correct information and knowledge about HIV/AIDS in China? In: Asia-Pacific Population Journal, Vol. 18, No. 4, 25-38

Chen, Jian / Fleisher, Belton M. (1996): Regional income inequality and economic growth in China. In: Journal of Comparative Economics, Vol. 22, No. 2, 141-164

Chen, Weixing (1999): The political economy of rural development in China, 1978-1999. Westport, CT (Praeger Publishers)

Chen, Xiangsheng / Dong, Xiangdang / Liang, Guojun / Zhang, Guocheng (2000): Epidemiological trends of sexually transmitted diseases in China. In: Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Vol. 27, No. 3, 138-142

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Cheng, Joseph Y. S. / Mujin, Zhang (2004): Historical survey and the cultivation of a new culture regarding the ecology in China's Western Provinces. In: International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology, Vol. 11, 129-142

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Chi, Ch'ao-ting (1963): Key economic areas in Chinese history: As revealed in the development of public works for water-control. New York (Paragon Books)

China Agriculture Press (2002): China Agriculture Yearbook, 2002. Beijing (China Agriculture Press)

China Agriculture Press (2002): China Township Enterprises Yearbook, 2002. Beijing (China Agriculture Press)

China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC) (2005): 15th Statistical survey report on the Internet development in China. January 2005 Beijing, China (www.cnnic.cn)

China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC) (2004): 14th Statistical survey report on the Internet development in China. July 2004 Beijing, China (www.cnnic.cn)

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China State Council (2000): China's national defense in 2000. White paper of the Information Office of the State Council, October 16, 2000.

Chinese Academy of Engineering / National Research Council of the National Academies (2003): Personal cars and China. Washington, DC (The National Academies Press) (www.nap.edu/catalog/10491.html)

Chinese Academy of Sciences (2001): CAS Statistical Data 2001. Bureau of Comprehensive Planning of Chinese Academy of Sciences, CAS

Chinese People's Public Security University (CPPSU) (2004): Compiled statistics of registered temporary residents in China in 2003. Beijing (University Press of CPPSU)

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Das Gupta, Monica / Lee, Shuzhuo (1997): Gender bias and the "marriage squeeze" in China, South Korea and India, 1920-1990: The effects of war, famine, and fertility decline. Cambridge, MA (Center for Population and Development Studies, Harvard University), Working Paper Series, No. 97.05

Das Gupta, Monica et al. (2002): Why is son preference so persistent in east and south Asia? A cross-country study of China, India, and the Republic of Korea. Washington, DC (World Bank)

Davin, Delia (1998): Internal migration in contemporary China. New York, NY (St. Martin's Press)

Davis, Deborah / Harrell, Stevan (Eds.) (1993): Chinese families in the post-Mao era. Berkeley, Los Angeles, London (University of California Press)

Davis, Deborah S. (Ed.) (2000): The consumer revolution in urban China. Berkeley, CA (University of California Press)

Davis, Deborah S. / Sensenbrenner, Julia S. (2000): Commercializing childhood: Parental purchases for Shanghai's only Child. In: Davis, Deborah S. (Ed.): The consumer revolution in urban China. Berkeley, CA (University of California Press), 54-79

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de Kloet, Jeroen (2002): Digitisation and its Asian discontents: The Internet, politics and hacking in China and Indonesia. In: First Monday, Vol. 7, No. 9, (September 2002), http://firstmonday.org/issues/issue7_9/kloet/index.html

Démurger, Sylvie (2001): Infrastructure development and economic growth: An explanation for regional disparities in China? In: Journal of Comparative Economics, Vol. 29, No. 1, 95-117

Démurger, Sylvie / Sachs, Jeffrey D. / Woo, Wing Thye / Bao, Shuming / Chang, Gene / Mellinger, Andrew (2002): Geography, economic policy, and regional development in China. National Bureau of Economic Research, NBER Working Paper No. w8897

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DeWoskin, Kenneth J. (2001): The WTO and the telecommunications sector in China. In: The China Quarterly, Vol. 167, 630-654

Dickson, Bruce J. (2003): Red capitalists in China. The Party, private entrepreneurs, and prospects for political change. (Cambridge University Press)

Dikötter, Frank (2002): Crime, punishment, and the prison in modern China. (Columbia University Press)

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