• 人口:中国的悬剑

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    《人口:中国的悬剑》谨以此书献给亚洲30亿人口日。――作者
    (1988年)第一章 马尔萨斯没有长眠
    1-1 马尔萨斯的悲观预测
    1-2 社会系统演化的机制之— ——人口
    1-3 关于本书断代和研究角度选择的思考

    第二章 中国人口增长的历史回顾
    2-1 中国传统生育文化
    2-2 清代以前中国人口增长的三大高峰

    第三章 危机前兆
    3-1 清代人口增长之谜
    3-2 死水微澜
    3-3 粮食短缺
    3-4 缓和人口压力的各种措施
    3-5 人口压力和生态环境的破坏

    第四章 小农经济的半无产化
    4-1 边际劳动生产率下降
    4-2 人口压力下农村经济的病变

    第五章 悲惨世界
    5-1 移民流向的变动
    5-2 过剩人口的泄洪口——华工出国
    5-3 次生社会集团和秘密会社
    5-4 人口压力和百年动乱

    第六章 人口压力和清代租佃形态变化的关系
    6-1 佃耕土地的激烈竞争
    6-2 永佃制和押租制的盛行

    第七章 文明的式微
    7-1 文士过剩和文化贫困
    7-2 科技发展的停滞
    7-3 “礼生于有而废于无”

    第八章 人口压力和封建商业的病态繁荣
    8-1 潜伏的病灶
    8-2 西西发斯的巨石
    8-3 职业兴趣回归的背后
    8-4 家族本位和商人精神的奇特结合
    8-5 大音希声,大象无形

    第九章 历史的延续
    9-1 自封闭人口增长机制
    9-2 变形种种
    9-3 人口转变和经济起飞
    9-4 反思的余论

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