Wednesday Lunch Talk -- The Relationship between the State and Farmers in Contemporary China
Presentation by Li Chenggui
Wednesday, November 02, 2005
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Li Chenggui is the Director of the Research Center for Rural Policy, Rural Development Institute, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. In 2005, Professor Li, who is the recepient of a grant funded by the Ford Foundation to undertake research in the United States on the State vs. Peasant: A Historical Survey and Its Implications for Modern China, is a Visiting Scholar with the UCLA Center for Chinese Studies.
Professor Li is the author of Food Security in China: Today and in the Future (Anhui renmin chubanshe, 2004) and China's Agricultural Policy: A Theoretical Framework and Its Application (Zhongguo shehui kexue yuan chubanshe, 1999) and the coauthor of Studies in Chinese Agricultural Modernization (Jingji chubanshe, 1997). He has also published approximately thirty-five journal articles, primarily on Chinese agricultural policy.
Professor Li is the representative of the Chinese Democracy League in the Pan Chinese Youth Association.
Open to UCLA faculty and students, and others by invitation
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