1999 China Q. i (1999)

handle is hein.journals/chnaquar40 and id is 1 raw text is: The China Quarterly
an international journal for the study of China
March 1999       number 157
Focus on Employment Issues
Beyond Regional Analysis: Manufacturing Zones, Regional
Employment and Spatial Inequality in China
M. Francis Johnston   I
Self-Employment in Shanghai: A Research Note
Deborah S. Davis  22
From Organized Dependence to Disorganized Despotism:
Changing Labour Regimes in Chinese Factories
Ching Kwan Lee    44
Human Capital Development in an Emerging Economy- The
Experience of Shenzhen, Chin: A Research Note
Jin Xiao and Mun C. Tsang  72
Chinese Central-provincial Fiscal Relationships, Budgetary
Decline and the Impact of the 1994 Fiscal Reform: An Evalua-
tion                                        Le-Yin Zhang 115
State Repression   and  Student Protest in   Contemporary
China                                       Teresa Wright 142
Dilemmas of Thought Work in Fin de Sicle China
Daniel C. Lynch 173
Research Note
Implementation of State Family Planning Programmes in a
Northern Chinese Village                    Zhang Weiguo 202
Book Reviews
China's Transition. By Andrew Nathan. Lucian W. Pye         231
Civil Society in China. Edited by Timothy Brook and B. Michael Frolic.
Jude Howell                                              232
New Ghosts, Old Ghosts: Prisons and Labor Reform Camps in China. By
James D. Seymour and Richard Anderson. Ann Kent          233
Confucianism and Human Rights. Edited by Win. Theodore de Bary and
Weiming Tu. Qingjie James Wang                           235
Sovremennaya kitaiskaya ekonomicheskaya mysl'. By Olga N. Borokh. Lev
Deliusin                                                 236
Agricultural Development in China, 1949-89: The Collected Papers of Ken-
neth R. Walker. Collected and edited by Robert F. Ash. Scott Rozelle 237
Battling Western Imperialism: Mao, Stalin, and the United States. By
Michael M. Sheng. John W. Garver                         238

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