AAS 2018 Annual Conference

March 22-25 | Washington, D.C.

Marriott Wardman Park Hotel

Deadline for Receipt of All Proposals is August 8, 2017.

Deadline to submit post for this forum is July 31, 2017

The AAS has provided below a forum for individual seeking assistance in connection with submitting a session proposal.

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If you have a session you would like to propose and need a few more individual to participate - click the Sessions Organizers seeking Participants forum. Next, click 'Add a Topic' or reply to a posted topic

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  3. The geographic area of study that best represents this topic

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Market oriented policies and its political consequences in Chinese agriculture, from the 60’s until nowadays
Last Post 17 Jul 2017 09:25 PM by Tomaz Fares. 0 Replies.
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17 Jul 2017 09:25 PM
    We are currently seeking professors at any rank who would be interested in organizing a panel titled “market oriented policies and its political consequences in Chinese agriculture, from the 60’s until nowadays”. This proposed panel is correlated to the following topics:

    - The role China performs in the international food regime and how it relates to the reconfiguration of Chinese agriculture.
    - Chinese investments in the developing countries` agriculture and across the industry supply chain.
    - The consequences of the above mentioned changes to the Chinese agrarian structure.
    - The market oriented policies implemented in Chinese agriculture in 1960 and 1961, in order rectify the economic national planning and reestablish the circulation of currency and consumer goods, and how workers and peasants students at the beginning of the 1970s reassessed the sanzi yibao and the sida ziyou policies in agriculture.
    - Peasants and workers study-groups during the Cultural Revolution and their analyzes on Chinese political economy.

    Some of the other topics we would consider to include, but are not limited to, the following:
    - Changes in agriculture and industrial production balance in the last decades and its politics and social unfolding.
    - Chinese market oriented policies through history and political economy theoretical studies.
    Family agriculture, agribusiness and income distribution in contemporary China.

    If interested, please send your title, abstract, and affiliation to either Tomaz Mefano (tomaz_mefano@hotmail.com) or Andrea Longobardi (apl.peregrina@gmail.com).

    Thank you,
    Tomaz Mefano Fares
    Ph.D. Student from the Department of Development Studies
    SOAS - London University

    Andrea Piazzaroli Longobardi
    Ph.D. Student from the Department of History
    University of São Paulo and University of Bologna
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