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Delia Davin, Emeritus Professor of Chinese Studies, University of Leeds,Barbara Harriss-White, Emeritus Professor of Development Studies, Oxford University
Table of Contents
Introduction, Barbara Harriss-White I China and India: The Domestic Economy 1. China: development, Inequality and Imbalance, Carl Riskin 2. The Indian Economy in the Post-Reform Period: Growth without Structural Transformation?, Kunal Sen II China, India and the International Economy 3. The Challenges of China and the International Economy, Peter J. Buckley 4. India and the World Economy, Vijay Joshi and Devesh Kapur III Changing demographic profiles 5. The social impact of demographic change in China, Delia Davin 6. India: the social consequences of demographic change., Patricia Jeffery, Professor of Sociology, University of Edinburgh IV Migration and regimes of labour 7. The Modalities of Geographical Mobility in China and their Impacts, 1980-2010, Dorothy J. Solinger 8. 'Lopsided', 'Failed', or 'Tortuous': India's Problematic Transition and its Implications for Labour, Stuart Corbridge, John Harriss and Craig Jeffrey V The Environment: crises and responses 9. China: Energy, Environment, and Limits to Growth, Minqi Li 10. Environment and Development in India, Ravi Rajan