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Global Capitalism and the Future of Agrarian Society


I IntroductoryIntroduction. The End of the Peasant? Global Capitalism and the Future of Agrarian SocietyCAPITALISM AND AGRARIAN SOCIETYTHE CITY AND THE COUNTRYSIDEPEASANTS INTO URBANITES?FINAL REMARKSNOTESThe “End of the Peasantry ” Scenario: Dream and NightmareTHE GOLDEN AGE OF FARM PRODUCTIVITYTHE RETURN OF AGRARIAN CATASTROPHE THEORYENDING THE PEASANTRY AS A MANAGERIAL DREAMENDING THE PEASANTRY AS A MANAGERIAL PROJECTNOTESThe Return of the Peasant: Possible? Desirable?II The People’s Republic of ChinaHistory, Capitalism, and the Making of the Postsocialist Chinese PeasantREVOLUTION, CONSTRUCTION, AND THE PEASANTPETTY-BOURGEOIS PEASANT CONSERVATISM AND THE CRITIQUE OF AGRARIAN SOCIALISM AT THE BEGINNING Of The Reform PeriodPEASANT DEPENDENCY AND THE ASIATIC STATESUZHI, PEASANTS, AND TECHNOCRACYCHINESE LIBERALISM AND THE LIBERATION OF THE FARMERCONCLUSIONNOTESChina Experience, Comparative Advantage, and the Rural Reconstruction ExperimentONE HUNDRED YEARS: AN ALTERNATIVE READING OF CHINA EXPERIENCE3SIXTY YEARS: INTERRUPTION OF QUASI-SUZERAIN INVESTMENT AND CHINA’S DELINKINGTHIRTY YEARS: AN ALTERNATIVE READING OF CHINA’S REFORMTHE ALTERNATIVE READING OF CHINA’S “COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGE”“THREE-DIMENSIONAL AGRARIAN ISSUES (SAN-NONG)” AND THE “NEW COUNTRYSIDE CONSTRUCTION”NOTESThe Political Economy of Spatial Inequality in ChinaHISTORICAL OVERVIEW OF REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, 1949-1978THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF UNEVEN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENTPOLICY PREFERENCEGOVERNMENT EXTRACTIVE CAPACITYMORE RECENT TRENDSNOTESReserve the Land for Family FarmingPEASANTS AND FAMILY FARMING: HISTORY AND THEORETICAL BACKGROUNDTHE DANGER OF THE LARGE-SCALE ENCLOSURE OF FARMLANDTHE PROBLEMS OF THE CURRENT COLLECTIVE FARMLAND OWNERSHIP SYSTEMFINDING A SOLUTION TO FURTHER AGRARIAN SYSTEM REFORMNOTESAwaiting UrbanizationAWAITING URBANIZATIONINTEGRATION: FRAMING THE URBAN VILLAGE PHENOMENONNANJING’S URBAN VILLAGE REDEVELOPMENTREDEVELOPMENT THROUGH DISSOLUTION: LAND ACQUISITION AND RELOCATIONDissolving the Village CollectiveRelocation and Social Integration into Urban NeighborhoodsREDEVELOPMENT THROUGH INTEGRATION: CONFORMITY OF INTERESTSCoexistence of Villagers’ Committee and Shequ Residents’ CommitteeCONCLUSION: NEGOTIATING URBANIZATIONNOTESPublic Regulation of Private RelationsEMERGING REGIMES FOR PROPERTY RIGHTS IN CHINA4Transitions Toward Ideals of Private PropertyProperty Relations in LandThe Property Rights LawUNDERSTANDING PROPERTY REGIME PERFORMANCE: NORMS AND STRUCTURESNormative Interchange and the Role of Selective Adaptation in China’s Property Rights Regime(s)PerceptionComplementarityLegitimacyOrganizational Performance and Institutional Capacity in China’s Property Regime(s)Institutional PurposeInstitutional LocationInstitutional OrientationInstitutional CohesionSUMMARYNOTESIII Tricontinental PerspectivesPrimitive Accumulation and the Peasantry in the Present Era of Neoliberalism with Reference to the Indian ExperienceTHE EXPORT OF UNEMPLOYMENT UNDER CAPITALISMTHE FAILURE OF CAPITALIST AGRICULTURAL TRANSFORMATION TO MEET THE WAGE GOODS AND RAW MATERIALS REQUIREMENTS OF INDUSTRIALIZATIONINVERSE RELATION BETWEEN PRIMARY EXPORTS AND DOMESTIC FOOD OUTPUT AND AVAILABILITYRISE IN UNEMPLOYMENT AND POVERTY UNDER NEOLIBERAL REFORMSPrimitive Accumulation and the Peasantry 179DECLINING FOOD GRAIN OUTPUT AND AVAILABILITY UNDER REFORMSAPPROPRIATION OF LAND AND WATER RESOURCES OF THE PEASANTRYSUMMARY AND CONCLUDING REMARKSNOTESPeasants in Indonesia and the Politics of (Peri) Urbanization1PROLOGUETHE RURALThe Political Economy of Governing the PeasantsThe Floating Mass and Its Spatial GovernanceTHE URBANPeasants in the CityTHE PERIURBANGuarding the City on the Fringe: The Rise of the PeriurbanThe Periurban as the Space of ExceptionEPILOGUEThe Last Circularity? Back to the City and Return to the VillageNOTESLand Occupations and Land Reform in ZimbabweINTRODUCTIONTHE POLITICAL ECONOMY Of NEOCOLONIALISMThe White-Settler Colonial StateFrom Liberation to LiberalizationCivilizing SocietyLAND OCCUPATIONS AND LAND REFORMThe Interaction of Land Reform Models, 1980—1997Nationalism and Land Reform Reradicalized, 1997—2002The Structure of the Land Occupation MovementTHE NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC REVOLUTION AT A CROSSROADSThe New Agrarian StructureThe New ChallengesNOTESPolycultures of the MindTHE PROBLEMPEASANTS AND PEASANT AGRICULTURE IN LATIN AMERICAPEASANT KNOWLEDGE AND THE EMERGENCE IN LATIN AMERICA OF AGROECOLOGY: THE PEASANT AS PRACTITIONER OF ECOLOGICAL PROCESSESPOLYCULTURES AND MONOCULTURES OF THE MINDTHE PEASANT AS A BEARER OF POLYCULTURES OF THE MINDTHE CONVERGENCE OF PEASANT KNOWLEDGE, ANTHROPOLOGY, And EcOLOGY IN AGROEcOLOGYAGROECOLOGYPOLYCULTURES OF THE MIND AND EDUCATIONWHAT KIND OF CLASSROOM MAKES POSSIBLE THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE POLYCULTURES OF THE MIND?TOWARD AN ECOLOGY OF THE INTEGRATION OF KNOWLEDGECONCLUSIONNOTESCommunity Capacity and Challenges of Ecuadorian Agrarian Farmer Organizations for Generating Alternatives to Pesticide UseFRAMING THE FIELD OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN ECUADORLand Reforms and Land Distribution in EcuadorMarket for Rural Products in EcuadorThe Role of the State and Other Organizations in Supporting Small FarmersWHAT IS HAPPENING IN CAftAR? A CASE STUDYCONCLUSIONNOTESIV EpilogueDrawing Lessons from the 2008 World Food CrisisTHE FOOD PRICE SPIKE OF EARLY 2008LONGER-TERM PROBLEMSTrade LiberalizationOther Longer-term TrendsRECENT DEVELOPMENTSU-TURN IN WASHINGTON?APPENDIX: IRRI AND THE BROWN PLANT HOPPER MENACE37NOTES
 
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