Publications

If you have recent publications that you would like to put on the internet through the ICARDC website, please contact the ICARDC Secretariat. There are several criteria for such publications:

  1. They must belong to so-called “grey” literature, and not have been published through an official journal or publisher, or right for publication on the internet must have been given.
  2. The publication must be relevant for ICARDC members.
  3. The publication must be presenting recent material or news.
  4. You must submit the text in MS Word for Windows.

 

RECENT PUBLICATION

political ecnomyAs the output of the ECARDC XI held in Würzburg,Germany in 2013, a book “The Political Economy of Agro-Food Markets in China” edited by Louis Augustin-Jean, Björn Alpermann is published. Click for more details: Political Economy of Agro-Food Markets in China

 

 

 

Organizing Rural China Rural China Organizing (Challenges Facing Chinese Political Development)

As the output of ECARDC X held in Aarhus Denmakr, a book “Organizing Rural China – Rural China Organizing” edited by Ane Bislev and Stig Thøgersen is published. Click for more details Organizing Rural China – Rural China Organizing

 

 

 

 

 

journal of current chinese affairsSelected papers of the ECARDC IX Conference held in Leeds UK in 2009:Transforming Rural China: Beyond the Urban Bias? edited by  Heather Xiaoquan Zhang Click for more details: Transforming Rural China: Beyond the Urban Bias?

 

 

 

转型

A book is published for ECARDC VIII held in Yiwu China in 2006 , see China’s Agricultural Transition, edited by Zhang Xiaoshan, Li Xiaoyun, Peter Ho, and Du Zhixiong

 

 

 

 

rural development

As the output of the ECARDC VI held in Leiden the Netherlands in 2000, a book “Rural Development in Transitional China: the New Agriculture” is published. Click for more details: Rural Development in Transitional_China, edited by Peter HoJacob Eyferth, Eduard Vermeer.

 

 

 

Village incAs the output of the ECARDC IV held in Manchester, UK in November 1995, a book “Village Inc.: Chinese Rural Society in the 1990s” is edited by Flemming Christiansen and Junzuo Zhang. Click for more details: Village Inc.

 

 

 

 

 

from peasant toAs the output of  the ECARDC II held in Leiden the Netherlands in 1991, a book ” From Peasant to Entrepreneur: Growth and Change in Rural China” is edited by Dr. E.B. Vermeer, see From Peasant to Entrepreneur

 

 

 

remaking

As the output of the founding conference ECARDC I held in Aarhus, Denmark in 1989, a book “Remaking Peasant China – Problems of Rural Development & Institutions at the Start of the 1990s” is edited by Jørgen Delman, Clemens Stubbe-Østergaard, Flemming Christiansen, see Remaking Peasant China

 

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