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Rural development led by autonomous village land cooperatives: Its impact on sustainable China's urbanisation in high-density regions

Rural development led by autonomous village land cooperatives: Its impact on sustainable China's urbanisation in high-density regions

Urban Studies 52(8): 1395-1413

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DOI: 10.1177/0042098014534736

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