Chris Bramall's writings

From Brian Turner <>
Date Thu, 1 Mar 2007 08:26:01 -0800 (PST)
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--- Matthew Rothwell <> wrote:

> Is the title (or alternate title) of Bramall's 1993
> book Legacies of Maoist 
> Economic Development in Sichuan? That is all I can
> find for him for that 
> year from Oxford.

His dissertation was published in some kind of
monograph form prior to being re-worked into the book
I mentioned.  Maybe that's it. 

Here's Amazon's link, which has the ISBN number.

Incidentally, he's got a new book just arguing
learning-by-doing in nominally inefficient pre-1978
rural industrialization is what allowed the post-1978
industrialization of rural China.

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