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The Chinese Economy
Editor: Hung-Gay Fung, University of Missouri-St. Louis (FungH@msx.umsl.edu)
Associate Editor: Changhong Pei, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Associate Editor: Kevin H. Zhang, Illinois State University

The Chinese Economy offers analytical perspectives on economic issues concerning China. It features carefully refereed research papers by scholars from around the world. The journal aims to provide expert insight on China's economic development and directions for future research and policy analysis.

The complete digital archives of The Chinese Economy beginning with Volume 1 (1967) are available free of charge to current institutional subscribers for the life of the paid subscription.

Volumes 1-33 (1967-2000) are also included in the Asian Studies digital archive collection available for one-time purchase to non-subscribers.

"Critically important ... for any research library with an interest in Chinese affairs." -Magazines for Libraries
 
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1097-1475 Vol. 47 (Jan/Feb 2014 - Nov/Dec 2014) 6

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Editorial Board
Johnny K.C. Chan, Western Kentucky University; Gene H. Chang, University of Toledo; Mary Ip, The University of New South Wales, Australia; Kui Wai Li, City University of Hong Kong; Yan Liang, Williamette University; Jinjian Shen, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences; Jinlan Ni, University of Nebraska, Omaha; Shunfeng Song, University of Nevada; Holly Hong Wang, Purdue University


Table of Contents
July-August 2014
Vol. 47 No. 04

Cooperatives in China—A Promising Player in Chinese Economy
Guest Editors' Introduction
KAY-WAH CHAN AND MARY IP 3
The “Legal Environment” of Cooperatives in the People's Republic of China
A Narrative
KAY-WAH CHAN AND MARY IP 8
Rural Cooperatives in China
Diversity and Dynamics
LI ZHAO AND PENG YUAN 32
Chinese Cooperatives and Environmental Social Responsibility
BILL BUTCHER AND YAN XU 63
Chinese Rural Cooperative Finance in the Era of Post-Commercialized Rural Credit Cooperatives
GUANGWEN HE AND LYNETTE H. ONG 81

 

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