1. The third revolution Ross Garnaut and Ma Guonan; Part I. Feeding the People: 2. Success in early reform: setting the stage Justin Yifu Lin; 3. Completing the third revolution Yiping Huang; 4. China's grain demand: recent experience and prospects to the year 2000 Ross Garnaut and Ma Guonan; 5. Rural poverty in post-reform China Carl Riskin; Part II. Marketing and Price Reform: 6. Price reform for agricultural products Li Bingkun; 7. Grain marketing: from plan to market Tang Renjan; 8. Fertiliser prices Zhang Wen Bao and Zuo Chang Shen; 9. Agricultural wholesale markets Xu Boyuan; 10. The 'wool war' and the 'cotton chaos' - fibre marketing Zhang Xinohe, Lu Weiguo, Sun Keliang, Christopher Findlay, and Andrew Watson; 11. Conflict over cabbages: the reform of wholesale marketing Andrew Watson; Part III. Internationlization: 12. The World Trade Organization and agricultural development Ma Xiaohe; 13. Comparative advantage and the internationalization of China's agriculture Fang Cai; 14. A turning point in China's agricultural development Ross Garnaut, Fang Cai, and Yuping Huang; Part IV. Regional Issues: 15. The grain economy of Guangdong: internationalization or East Asian style protectionism Ross Garnaut and Ma Guonan; 16. Grain production and regional economic change Li Qingzeng, Andrew Watson, and Christopher Findlay; 17. Regional inequality in rural development Ke Bingsheng; Part V. Institutional Change: 18. China's rural property rights system under reform Chen Fan; 19. 'All the tea in China': the reformation and transformation of the tea industry Dan Etherington and Keith Forster; 20. The growth of rural industry: the impact of fiscal contracting Andrew Watson, Christopher Findlay, and Chen Chunlai; References; Index.