A talk by Zhou Li, Visiting Scholar at UCLA Center for Chinese Studies, & Professor at School of Agriculture Economics and Rural Development, Renmin University
The transition in rural China from a socialist economy to the present system has been difficult and problematic. But Chinese farmers have refused to become mere victims of systemic changes, and instead have been grappling with the issue of their economic survival and of production financing through creative arrangements. Professor Zhou’s talk will explore those arrangements in detail in two villages: one in East China, and the other in the province of Gansu, in West China.
* * *
Zhou Li (Ph.D. in Economics, Fudan University, 2000) is Associate Professor of Economics and Associate Dean of the School of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development, Renmin University of China. Professor Zhou's research concentrates on rural finance and rural development.
Sponsor(s): Center for Chinese Studies
© 2013. The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.