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Township and village enterprises (TVEs) have been an important part of the story of rapid economic growth in China over the past three decades.
(26) Chen Hongyi and Scott Rozelle, "Leaders, Managers, and the Organization of Township and Village Enterprises in China", Journal of Development Economics 60 (1999): 529-57.
Perotti, Sun Laixiang and Zou Liang, "State-owned versus Township and Village Enterprises in China", Comparative Economic Studies 41 (1999): 151-79.
The worst decline in water quality occurred over the period 1985-1995 with the boom of unregulated township and village enterprises (TVEs) across China's countryside, says Jostein Nygard, coeditor of China: Air, Land, and Water.
Rural China seeks to explain the sharp rise in output produced by rural enterprises, primarily in the 1980s, when publicly owned township and village enterprises led the upsurge in rural industrialization.
Finally, although government entrepreneurship apparently contributed to developmental successes in some places, it is worth noting that in other places the more local officials set up township and village enterprises at great expense, the poorer farmers became (Fortnightly chat, no.
Recently, China's township and village enterprises (TVEs) have been receiving increasing attention in academic discussion (Byrd and Lin, 1990).
But some factors--including coal burning, the establishment of township and village enterprises (TVEs), and widespread deforestation--are especially characteristic of China.