从传统走向现代的西藏经济

从传统走向现代的西藏经济

图书基本信息
出版时间:2008-1
出版社:外文出版社
作者:罗莉
页数:122
书名:从传统走向现代的西藏经济
封面图片
从传统走向现代的西藏经济
内容概要
  The GDP of Tibet in 2007 stood at 34.219 billion yuan, nearly three times the 11.75 billion yuan in 2000. Compared with the region’s GDP in 1959 (174 million yuan), it had increased by some 59 times if calculated at comparable prices, with an annual growth rate of 8.9 percent.
作者简介
Dr.Luo Li.Of the Tibetan ethnic group,was born in1965.As a professor oflaw majoring in ethnic economics,she teachesat the College of Eco-noml OS Of the Central University for Nationalities.Her major academic con.ce rns are economic development inethnic regions,the regional economicdevelopment of Qinghai and Tibet,andtemple economics.Her works includeTibetSO YearsmEconomy(Ethnic Pub-lishing House,2001),Tibet Economy(Bashu Book Press,2003),On the Bud-dhist Temple Economy——as Wellas the Taoist Temple, Mosque and CatholicChurch Economies(Religion and CulturePublishing House,2004)and EconomicPatterns ofChina"s Buddhistand Taoist Temples(Central University for Nationali-ties Press,2006).
书籍目录
Chapter
Ⅰ A
Survey (1)
Nature
and
Resources (2)
Traditional
Highland
Economy
 (3)
Rise
and
Growth
of
Modem
IndustriesChapter
Ⅱ Agriculture
and
Animal
Husbandry (1)
Unique
Highland
Agriculture
and
Animal
Husbandry (2)
Rise
and
Development
of
Modem
Industry (3)
Agricultural
Development
Projects
and
Modem
Livestock
Farming
Chapter
Ⅲ Handicraft
Industry
and
Modern
Industry (1)
Ethnic
Handicraft
Industry
 (2)
Modem
IndustryChapter
Ⅳ Transportation (1)
Beginning
of
Modem
Transportation (2)
Qinghai-Tibet
Railway——the
World’s
Highest
and
Longest
Railway (3)
Oil
Pipelines——an
Achievement
of
Science
and
TechnologyChapter
Ⅴ Post
and
Telecommunications
on
the
Highland (1)
Introduction
of
New
Services (2)
Building
of
an
Advanced
Communications
InfrastructureChapter

Tourism
Industry
on
the
Highland (1)
The
Origin
and
Growth
of
the
Industry (2)
Resources
and
Forms
 (3)
Tourism"
Promoting
Development
and
Generating
Wealth
 (4)
Tourism
Industry
and
Scientific
DevelopmentChapter
VII
Modern
Trading
and
Markets (1)
Development
of
Commodity
Markets
 (2)
Border
Trade
ChapterⅧ The
Lives
of
Tibetans
and
Their
Consumption
of
Goods
and
Services (1)
Modern
Elements
in
Traditional
Modes
of
Consumption (2)
From
Subsistence
to
Development (3)
Moving
from
a
Traditional
to
a
Modem
LifestyleChapter
Ⅸ Tibetan
Economy
in
the
New
Century (1)
Support
from
all
over
the
Country (2)
New
Opportunities
in
the
New
Century (3)
Protection
of
the
Ecosystem
and
Sustainable
Development
TipsThe
Negotiation
Process
during
the
Peaceful
Liberation
of
Tibet The
Democratic
Revolution
and
the
Establishment
of
Tibet
Autonomous
Region Four
Conferences
on
Tibet The
Ninth
Five-Year
Plan
(1996-2000) The
Tenth
Five-Year
Plan
(2001-2005) The
Eleventh
Five-Year
Plan
(2006-2010)
章节摘录
There's
a
simple
premise
behind
what
Larry
Myers
does
for
a
living:If
you
can
smell
it
you
can
find
it.Myers
is
the
founder
of
Auburn
University's
Institute
for
Biological
Detection
Systems,the
main
task
of
which
is
to
chase
the
Ultimate
in
detection
devices~an
artiffcial
nose.For
now,the
subject
of
their
research
is
little
more
than
a
stack
of
gleaming
chips
tucked
away
in
a
laboratory
drawer,but
soon·such
a
tool
could
be
hanging
from
the
belts
of
police
arsoll(纵火)investigators
and
food.safety
inspectors.The
technology
that
they
are
working
on
would
suggest
quite
reasonably
that,within
three
to
tive
years,we'11
have
some
workable
sensors
ready
to
use.Such
devices
might
find
wide
use
in
places
that
attract
terrorists.Police
could
detect
drugs,bodies
and
bombs
hidden
in
cars。
while
food
mspectors
could
easily
test
food
and
water
for
contamination.The
implications
for
revolutionary
advances
in
public
safety
and
the
food
industry
are
asto
shing,but
so,too
are
the
possibilities
for
abuse:Such
machines
could
determine
whether
a
woman
is
ovulating(排卵)without
a
physical
exam
or
even
her
knowledae.One
of
the
traditional
protectors
of
American
liberty
is
that
it
has
been
impossible
to
search
everyone.That's
getting
not
to
be
the
CaSe.Artificial
biosensors
created
at
Auburn
work
totally
differently
from
anything
ever
seen
be.Fore.Aroma-Scan,for
example,is
a
desktop
machine
based
on
a
bank
of
chips
sensitive
to
she
cifix
chemicals
that
evaporate
into
the
air.As
air
is
sucked
into
the
machine,chemicals
Dass
over
the
sensor
surfaces
and
produce
changes
in
the
electrical
current
flowing
through
them.Those
current
changes
are
logged
into
a
computer
that
sorts
out
odors
based
on
their
electrical
signatures.Myers
says
they
expect
to
load
a
single
fingernail
size
chip
with
thousands
of
odor
rerplors
(感受器)·enough
to
create
a
sensor
that's
nearly
as
sensitive
as
dog's
nose.86.Which
of
the
following
is
within
the
capacity
of
the
artificial
nose
being
doveloped?A.Performing
physical
cxalninations.B.Locating
places
which
attract
terrorists.C.Detecting
drugs
and
wetter
contamination.D.Monitoring
food
processing.87.A
potential
probleln
which
might
be
caused
by
the
use
of
an
artificial
nose
isA.neghgence
of
public
safety
B.an
abuse
of
personal
freedomC.a
hazard
to
physical
healthD.a
threat
to
individual
privacv88.The
word"logged"(Line
5.Para.7)most
probably
means"________".A·presetB.enteredC.processed
D.simulated89.To
produce
artificial
Hoses
for
practical
use,it
is
essential________
.A.to
develop
microchips
with
thousands
of
odor
receptorsB.to
invent
chips
sensitive
to
various
chemicalsC.to
design
a
computer
program
to
sort
out
smellsD.to
find
chemicals
that
can
alter
the
electrical
current
passing
through90.The
author's
attitude
towai'ds
Larry
Myers'work
is_________.A.cautiousB.approvingC.suspicious
D.overenthusiastic
编辑推荐
《从传统走向现代的西藏经济(英文版)》由外文出版社出版。Before Tibet'S peacefulliberation in 1 951,the region’S economic development was minimal,being overwhelmingly based on agriculture and animal husbandry.After 1 951.the recOnstruction Of the Tibetan economy was initiated.But until the democratic reform and socialist construction began in 13bet in 1959,there was no industry 0r any kind of a modern economic structure.However,during the past 30 years of reform and opening-up,the betan economy has been gradually transformed from a traditional to a mod.ern one.In this process,modern industry has burgeoned in Tibet,while traditional industry has been rejuvenated.This book gives a brief introduction to this develop.ment process。
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