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Dominated rural economies through public ownership of industry and local planning or has the role of local governments diminished with the rise of market transactions and private ownership? The second issue is market reform and ineuality Have rural cadres enjoyed income advantages in the new market environment? Has the provision of such collective services as education and health care declined leading to new forms of ineuality?The chapters on the role of local governme

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Zouping in Transition The Process of Reform in Rural North China Harvard Contemporary China SeriesZouping offers important general lessons for the study of China's rural transformation The authors in this volume all participants in a uniue field research project undertaken from 1988 to 1992 address uestions that are far from simple and about which there is some controversyThe uestions are grouped around two issues The first is the role of local governments as economic actors What is this role how have they played it and how can we explain their behavior? Have they