The China Puzzle: "Touching Stones to Cross the River.", Nolan, Peter, Challenge; 37(1), Jan.-Feb. 1994, pages 25-31.
China's economic reforms: The costs and benefits of incrementalism, Fan, Qimiao; Nolan, Peter, eds., Studies on the Chinese Economy. New York: St. Martin's Press; London: Macmillan Press, 1994, pages xiv, 347. Abstract
China's Post-Mao Political Economy: A Puzzle, Nolan, Peter, Contributions to Political Economy; 12(0), 1993, pages 71-87.
The Socialist Transformation of China: Debates over Class and Social Development, Vlachou, Andriana, Rethinking Marxism; 6(4), Winter 1993
The political economy of Chinese development, Selden, Mark, Socialism and Social Movements series. An East Gate Book. Armonk, N.Y. and London: Sharpe, 1993, pages xiii, 272. Abstract
Death Rates, Life Expectancy and China's Economic Reforms: A Critique, Nolan, Peter; Sender, John, World Development; 20(9), September 1992, pages 1279-303. Abstract
Transforming Stalinist Systems: China's Reforms in the Light of Russian and East European Experience, Nolan, Peter, University of Cambridge Discussion Papers on Economic Transition: DPET9203, August 1992, pages 43. Abstract
China's Reforms: A Study in the Application of Historical Materialism, Bowles, Paul; Stone, Tony, Science and Society; 55(3), Fall 1991, pages 261-90.
Prospects for the Chinese Economy: Commentary, Nolan, Peter, Cambridge Journal of Economics; 15(1), March 1991, pages 113-24.
China's New Development Path: Towards Capitalist Markets, Market Socialism or Bureaucratic Market Muddle?, Nolan, Peter, Nolan, Peter; Dong, Fureng, eds. The Chinese economy and its future: Achievements and problems of post Mao reform. Cambridge, U.K.: Polity Press; distributed by Blackwell, Cambridge, Mass. 1990, pages 106-35.
The Chinese economy and its future: Achievements and problems of post-Mao reform, Nolan, Peter; Dong, Fureng, eds., Cambridge, U.K.: Polity Press; distributed by Blackwell, Cambridge, Mass., 1990, pages viii, 283. Abstract
China Today and Class Analysis, Resnick, Stephen A.; Wolff, Richard D., Rethinking Marxism; 3(1), 1990, pages 157-63
Marxism and the Chinese experience: Issues in contemporary Chinese socialism, Dirlik, Arif; Meisner, Maurice, eds., The Political Economy of Socialism series. An East Gate Book. Armonk, N.Y. and London: Sharpe, 1989, pages xii, 383. Abstract
The political economy of collective farms: An analysis of China's post-Mao rural reforms, Nolan, Peter., Aspects of Political Economy series, Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, 1988, pages viii, 259. Abstract
History of Chinese Economic Thought: Overview and Recent Works, Chang, James L. Y., History of Political Economy; 19(3), Fall 1987, pages 481-502. Abstract
Class Struggle or Modernization? Post-Mao Era in the People's Republic of China, Jain, Ajit, Jain, Ajit, ed.; Matejko, Alexander, ed. A critique of Marxist and non Marxist thought. New York; Eastbourne, U.K.; Toronto and Tokyo: Greenwood Press, Praeger, 1986, pages 37-76.
Political Economy of Class Struggle and Economic Growth in China, 1950-1982, McFarlane, Bruce, World Development; 11(8), August 1983, pages 659-72.