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Bibliography on Contemporary China Studies: Agriculture / Food

63 References, July 3, 2006

Agriculture / Food

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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

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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)

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

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

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

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

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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

Fan, Shenggen / Agcaoili-Sombilla, Mercedita (1997): Why do projections on China's future food supply and demand differ? Washington, DC, International Food Policy Research Institute, Environment and Production Technology Division, EPTD Discussion Paper, No. 2

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Filson, Glen C. (2001): Agroforestry extension and the western China development strategy. Future Directions in Rural Extensions. Ontario (Rural Extension Studies, University of Guelph)

Findlay, Christopher / Watson, Andrew (1999): Food security and economic reform: The challenges facing China's grain marketing system. New York, NY (Palgrave Macmillan)

Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO) (2002): The State of Food and Agriculture, 2002. Chapter II: Asia and the Pacific: China's Accession to the World Trade Organization and Implications for Chinese Agricultural Policies. Rome. (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations)

Gale, Fred (2002): China at a glance: A statistical overview of China's food and agriculture. In: Gale, Fred / Lin, William / Lohmar, Bryan / Tuan, Francis (2002): China's food and agriculture: Issues for the 21st century. US Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, AIB-775

Gale, Fred / Lin, William / Lohmar, Bryan / Tuan, Francis (2002): Is biotechnology in China's future? In: Gale, Fred / Lin, William / Lohmar, Bryan / Tuan, Francis (2002): China's food and agriculture: Issues for the 21st century. US Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, AIB-775

Gale, Fred / Somwaru, Agapi / Diao, Xinshen (2002): Agricultural labor: Where are the jobs? In: Gale, Fred / Lin, William / Lohmar, Bryan / Tuan, Francis (2002): China's food and agriculture: Issues for the 21st century. US Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, AIB-775

Gale, Fred H. (2003): China's growing affluence: How food markets are responding. Washington, DC (US Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Amber Waves)

Heilig, Gerhard K. (2002): China's changing land: Population, food demand, and land use in China. In: Josť A. de Cruz (Ed.): Geography: A World Geography Regional Reader. Boston (Pearson Custom Publishing)

Heilig, Gerhard K. (1997): Anthropogenic factors in land-use change in China. In: Population and Development Review, Vol. 23, No. 1, 139-168

Heilig, Gerhard K. (1999): ChinaFood: Can China feed itself? Laxenburg, Austria (International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Electronic Publication on CD-ROM)

Heilig, Gerhard K. / Fischer, G. / van Velthuizen, H. (2000): Can China feed itself? An analysis of China's food prospects with special reference to water resources. In: The International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology, Vol. 7, 153-172

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Lee, James Z. / Wang, Feng (1999): One quarter of humanity: Malthusian mythology and Chinese realities, 1700 - 2000. Cambridge, London (Harvard University Press)

Li, Xiubin / Wang, Xiuhong (2003): Changes in agricultural land use in China: 1981-2000. In: Asian Geographer, Vol. 22, No. 1-2, 27-42

Liu, G. B. (1999): Soil conservation and sustainable agriculture on the Loess Plateau: Challenges and prospects. In: Ambio, Vol. 28, 663-668

Lohmar, Bryan (2004): China's wheat economy: Current trends and prospects for imports. Washington, DC, United States Department of Agriculture, Electronic Outlook Report from the Economic Research Service, WHS-04D-01

Lohmar, Bryan / Somwaru, Agapi (2002): Does China's land-tenure system discourage structural adjustments? In: Gale, Fred / Lin, William / Lohmar, Bryan / Tuan, Francis (2002): China's food and agriculture: Issues for the 21st century. US Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, AIB-775

Lohmar, Bryan / Somwaru, Agapi / Wiebe, Keith (2002): The Ongoing Reform of Land Tenure Policies in China. Washington, D.C. (U.S. Department of Agriculture, World Agriculture and Trade, Agricultural Outlook, September 2002)

Lu, Wencong (2001): Chinese agriculture after the WTO accession: Competitiveness and policy. In: Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture, Vol. 40, No. 3, 251-268

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Ray Yep, Kin-man (2004): Can "Tax-for-fee" reduce rural tension in China? The process, progress and limitations. In: China Quarterly, Vol. 177, March 2004, 42-70

Rozelle, Scott / Taylor, Edward J. / deBrauw, Alan (1999): Migration, remittances, and agricultural productivity in China. In: American Economic Review, Vol. 89, No. 2, 287-291

Schwarzwlder, Brian (2003): A quiet revolution begings: Reinventing China's farms. South China Morning Post, Insight: Landreform

Shangguan, Z. P. / Lei, T. W. / Shao, M. A. / Jia, Z. K. (2001): Water management and grain production in dryland farming areas in China. In: International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology, Vol. 8, 41-45

Shangguan, Z. P. / Shao, M. A. / Lei, T. W. / Fan, T. L. (2002): Runoff water management technologies for dryland agriculture on the Loess Plateau of China. In: International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology, Vol. 9, 341-350

Shi, Tian (2003): Moving towards sustainable development: rhetoric, policy and reality of ecological agriculture in China. In: International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology, Vol. 10, 195-210

Smil, Vaclav (1995): Who will feed China? In: The China Quarterly, Vol. 143, 801-813

Smil, Vaclav (1999): China's great famine: 40 years later. In: British Medical Journal, Vol. 319, No. 7225, 1619-1621

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Uchida, Emi / Xu, Jintao / Rozelle, Scott (2004): Grain for green: Cost-effectiveness and sustainability of China's conservation set-aside program. In: Land Economics, Vol. 81, No. 2, 247-264

Walker, Kenneth R. / Ash, Robert F. (1998): Agricultural development in China 1949-1989: The collected papers of Kenneth R. Walker (1931-1989). Cambridge, MA (Oxford University Press)

Xizhe, Peng (1987): Demographic Consequences of the Great Leap Forward in China's Provinces. In: Population and Development Review, Vol. 13, No. 4, 639-670

Xu, Cheng (2004): Comparative study of Chinese ecological agriculture and sustainable agriculture. In: International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology, Vol. 11, 54-62

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Yi, Zheng (1996): Scarlet memorial: Tales of canibalism in modern China. Boulder, CO (Westview Press)

Zhang, Qian Forrest / Ma, Qingguo / Xu, Xu (2004): Development of land rental markets in rural Zhejiang: Growth of off-farm jobs and institution building. In: The China Quarterly, Vol. 180, 1031-1049

Zhen, Tong (2004): Das Bodenrecht der VR China. Hamburg (Verlag Dr. Kovac, Studien zum Zivilrecht, Bd. 12)

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