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[英]亨利·伯恩斯坦(Henry Bernstein) 汪淳玉 叶敬忠   社会科学文献出版社  2020-06 出版


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  • 农政与发展研究丛书主编
  • 文前辅文
  • 丛书总序
  • 前言
  • 致谢
  • 第一章 农政变迁的政治经济学
    1. 大背景:农耕与世界人口
    2. 今天,谁是农民?
    3. 马克思的政治经济学
  • 第二章 生产与生产率
    1. 劳动与自然
    2. 劳动分工与合作
    3. 再生产
    4. 剩余、剥削与积累
    5. 政治经济学:四大关键问题
  • 第三章 资本主义的起源与早期发展
    1. 资本主义的主要特征
    2. 资本主义的起源之一:农政转型之路
    3. 资本主义的起源之二:“商业资本主义”的长征
    4. 理论与历史:复杂性
  • 第四章 殖民主义与资本主义
    1. 殖民主义阶段
    2. 殖民主义与农业变迁
    3. 殖民时代的劳动力体制
  • 第五章 农耕与农业:从地方到全球
    1. 从农耕到农业
    2. “自然的大都市”与第一个国际食物体制(19世纪70年代至1914年)
    3. 从自由贸易到保护主义(1914年至20世纪40年代)
    4. 第二个国际食物体制(20世纪40—70年代)
    5. 发展主义时期的农业现代化(20世纪50—70年代)
    6. 小结
  • 第六章 新自由主义全球化与世界农业
    1. 第二个国际食物体制的崩塌
    2. 新自由主义时代的全球农业
    3. 发展主义的终结
    4. 农民的终结?
  • 第七章 资本主义农业与非资本主义农民?
    1. 资本主义农业的“障碍”
    2. 剥削:“家庭农业”对资本的益处?
    3. 抵抗的作用
    4. 小结
  • 第八章 农村的阶级形成
    1. “家庭农业”的阶级动力
    2. 劳工阶级
    3. 小结
  • 第九章 阶级的复杂性
    1. 经济社会学与政治社会学
    2. 农村的阶级斗争
    3. 土地上的人们
    4. 小结
  • 重要词汇
  • 术语表
  • 人名表
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