China’s Socialist Economy
China’s Railways — A Story of Heroic Reconstruction, (Peking: FLP, n.d. [probably 1951]), 72 pages.
The Seventh All-China Congress of Trade Unions, (Peking: FLP, Sept. 1953), 173 pages.
Report on Fulfilment of the National Economic Plan of the People’s Republic of China in 1955 — With Statistical Summary, issued by the State Statistical Bureau of the PRC. (Peking: FLP, 1956), 61 pages.
Proposals of the Eighth National Congress of the Communist Party of China for the Second Five-Year Plan for Development of the National Economy (1958-1962) together with Report on the Proposals for the Second Five-Year Plan for Development of the National Economy, by Chou En-lai. (Peking: FLP, 1956), 110 pages.
Chinese Workers March Towards Socialism, (Peking: FLP, 1956), 112 pages.
China Will Overtake Britain, by Niu Chung-huang. (Peking: FLP, 1958), 73 pages.
The Socialist Transformation of the National Economy in China, by Hsueh Mu-Chiao, Su Hsing and Lin Tse-Li, China Knowledge Series, (Peking: FLP, 1960), 300 pages.
Ideology and Organization in Communist China, Franz Schurmann, University of California Press, Berkeley, 1968, 642 pages.
Grasp Revolution, Promote Production and Win New Victories on the Industrial Front, Renmin Ribao editorial, Feb. 21, 1969. (Peking: FLP, 1969), 26 pages.
China’s Renminbi — One of the Few Most Stable Currencies in the World, with these two articles: Victory for Chairman Mao’s Great Principle of Maintaining Independence and Keeping the Initiative in Our Own Hands and Relying on Our Own Efforts — Hail China, a Socialist Country Without Internal or External Debts, by Tsai Cheng. Great Victory for Mao Tsetung Thought on the Financial and Monetary Front — Hail China’s Renminbi, One of the Few Most Stable Currencies in the World, by Hung Yin-hang. (Peking: FLP, 1969), 43 pages.
Taching — Red Banner on China’s Industrial Front, with photographs, 70 pages. (Peking: FLP, 1972)
Economic Management China 1972, Joan Robinson, Anglo-Chinese Educational Institute, London, 1973, 37 pages.
A Glance at China’s Economy, well illustrated, 108 pages. (Peking: FLP, 1974)
China in Development — An Introduction to China, compiled by the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade, c. 1975, 8 pages.
Mountains and Rivers Make Way — The Chengtu-Kunming Railroad in Photographs, (Peking: FLP, 1976), 73 pages.
China’s Foreign Trade, No 04, 1975, China’s Foreign Trade, Peking, 1975, 62 pages.
Supplement No 1, Speech at the Plenary meeting of the 7th Special Session of the United Nations General Assembly, September 2 1975, Li Chiang, Chairman of the Delegation of the People’s republic of China and Minister of Foreign Trade, China’s Foreign Trade, Peking, 1975, 4 pages.
Supplement No 2, adverts, China’s Foreign Trade, Peking, 1975, 4 pages.
Why China Has No Inflation, by Peng Kuang-hsi, (Peking: FLP: 1976), 72 pages.
Impressions of Taching Oilfield, by Chiang Shan-hao, 56 pages. (Peking: FLP, 1978)
A late Maoist Industrial Revolution? Economic growth in Jiangsu Province, 1966-1978, Chris Bramall, July 4, 2018, SOAS, London, 23 pages.