Reviews Jack F. Williams is a professor of geography at Michigan State University, East Lansing, and specializes in urban and regional development, and environmental issues in China/Taiwan and East Asia. notes . Sylvan Wittwer, Yu Youtai, Sun Han, and Wang Lianzheng. Feeding a Billion: Frontiers of Chinese Agriculture (East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 987). 2. Lester R. Brown. Who Will Feed China? A Wake-up Call for a Small Planet (New York: W. W. North, 995). Li Shi and Hiroshi Sato, editors. Unemployment, Inequality, and Poverty in Urban China. London: Routledge 2006. xi, 327 pp. Hardcover 35.00, isbn 045338727. This edited volume, which is based on a series of national surveys (mainly the one conducted in 999), deals with a number of issues regarding unemployment, income inequality, poverty, and the labor market in urban China in the 990s. The twelve chapters in the book were written mostly by economists in and outside China. The topics covered in this volume are comprehensive, which makes the book a good addition to the literature on inequality and poverty in urban contemporary China. Chapter is the introduction, and the remaining eleven chapters of the book are divided into two parts. The first
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Published: Jan 24, 2007
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