Employment and Economic Growth in Urban China 1949-1957

By: HOWE, CHRISTOPHER

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Cambridge.: Cambridge University Press.. 1971.. One black and white photographic illustrations, tables and diagrams, xix + 170pp, appendix, bibliography, indices, good copy in little shelf worn and price clipped dustjacket. "A study of China's urban employment problems set in the context of growth and fluctuations in the urban economy between 1949 and 1957. Its main objectives are to analyse the size and determinants of urban employment change, and to trace evolution both of Chinese thinking about employment and the institutions of labour control that reflected this thinking in day-to-day administration." .

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