2005 China Q. [i] (2005)

handle is hein.journals/chnaquar46 and id is 1 raw text is: The China Quarterly
an international journal for the study of China
March 2005      number 181
Regulatory Innovation by Leninist Means: Communist Party
Supervision in China's Financial Industry
Sebastian Heilmann   1
Migration as the Second-best Option: Local Power and Off-farm
Employment                       Lei Guang and Lu Zheng  22
Environmental NGOs and Institutional Dynamics in China
Guobin Yang   46
Same Sex Desire and Society in Taiwan, 1970-1987
Jens Damm    67
The Dance of Revolution: Yangge in Beijing in the Early 1950s
Chang-tai Hung   82
Focus on Welfare
Children's Social Welfare in China, 1989-1997: Access to
Health Insurance and Education
Jennifer Adams and Emily Hannum  100
Welfare Provision for Vulnerable Children: The Missing Role of
the State       Xiaoyuan Shang, Xiaoming Wu and Yue Wu  122
Health Finance in Rural Henan: Low Premium Insurance
Compared to the Out-of-Pocket System
Sukhan Jackson, Adrian C. Sleigh, Li Peng and Liu Xi-Li  137
Methodological Note
Measuring Taiwanese Public Opinion on Taiwanese Indepen-
dence         John Fuh-sheng Hsieh and Emerson M.S. Niou  158
Book Reviews
The Man Who Changed China: The Life and Legacy of Jiang Zemin.
By Robert Lawrence Kuhn. Bruce Gilley                   169
The Chinese Journalist. By Hugo de Burgh. John Gittings   171
Energy Policy and Regulation in the People's Republic of China. By
Phillip Andrews-Speed. Erica S. Downs                   173
China's Poor Regions: Rural-Urban Migration, Poverty, Economic
Reform and Urbanization. By Mei Zhang. On the Move: Women
in Rural-to- Urban Migration in Contemporary China. Edited by
Arianne M. Gaetano and Tamara Jacka. Mobo Gao           174
Corruption and Market in Contemporary China. By Yan Sun.
Andrew Wedeman                                          177
China, Sex and Prostitution. By Elaine Jeffreys. Elizabeth J. Remick 179
Falun Gong: The End of Days. By Maria Hsia Chang. David A.
Palmer                                                   181
Chinese Scientists and Responsibility: Ethical Issues of Human
Genetics in Chinese International Contexts. Edited by Ole Ddring.
Richard P. Suttmeier                                    183

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