- Title Pages
- 1 Introduction: The Dengist Restoration
- 2 The Process of Economic Growth
- 3 The Sectoral Contributions of Industry and Agriculture
- 4 Theories of Growth
- 5 The Maoist Legacy and the Literature
- 6 Social Capability and the Capital Stock at the End of the Maoist Era
- 7 The Role of Surplus Labour
- 8 The Rates of Saving and Investment
- 9 Capital Accumulation After 1978
- 10 The Growth of Productivity
- 11 Differences in Prefectural Growth Rates
- 12 The Master Discourse and the State
- 13 Aggregate Demand and Relative Prices
- 14 The Chinese State and Agriculture
- 15 The Open Door
- 16 The State, Industry, and Infrastructure
- 17 Origins of the Growth‐Promoting State
- 18 Conclusion
- Sources of Chinese Economic Growth, 1978-1996
- Oxford University Press
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