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Urban Migrants and Poverty Reduction in China

Huang Ping (editor) Domenach-Chich Genevieve (editor)

ISBN: 9781844644469

Publication Date: Mar 2015

Format: Paperback

Also available as: Hardback  

Presents the results of a large-scale research project conducted across China from 2002 to 2010. Packed full of original material, academic analysis, expert knowledge and practical policy suggestions, this book paints a detailed picture of the consequences of China's startling economic transformation.
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Urban Poverty Reduction Among Migrants in China is the result of a large-scale research project conducted across China from 2002 to 2010. Packed full of original material, academic analysis, expert knowledge and practical policy suggestions, it paints a detailed picture of one of the consequences of China's startling economic transformation. Written by the experts at Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) working in partnership with UNESCO.

Since Reform and Opening up, China has witnessed increasingly large scale rural labor population mobility between town and country. According to statistics from the agricultural department and labour and social security department, in 2004 the number of rural peasant workers in urban areas reached about 120 million.

Since the beginning of the 1990s, research circles have devoted much attention to this sociological group, Much of this research stresses the disadvantageous position of the migrant workers compared to the urban residents (Hukou). Very few of the articles point out that poverty exists among the urban peasant workers, and very few researchers regard this poverty as a specialized topic that deserves serious investigation, analysis and theorizing. Moreover, the Chinese government in its helping of the poor and in policy development, lacks emphasis on the problem of the impoverished urban peasant worker.

This book, through the angle of poverty analysis, attempts to deal with China's problem of large-scale population mobility and its creation of an impoverished urban peasant worker population.
Pages 210
Date Published 30 Mar 2015
Publisher Paths International Ltd
Subject/s Social issues & processes   Poverty & unemployment   Social mobility  
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  • Trans-Pacific Partnerships: New Challenges for Asian Economies, Shen Minghui
  • Chain-ASEAN Free Trade: An Evaluation of the 2010 Performance, Wang Yuzhu
  • The Implications and Features of China-India Political Relations, Zhao Gancheng
  • China & India: Potential & Challenge in Leading Asia's Sustained Growth, Liu Xiaoxue
  • New Features of China-North Korean Economic Cooperation, Jin Zhe
  • Security in the Korean Peninsula & China's Tactics of Cooperation with Relevant Parties, Liu Saili
  • Strategic Center of Gravity Towards the East and the Adjustment of US Asian-Pacific Strategy, Yuan Peng & Wang Honggang
  • Issues on Trans-Border Rivers & China's Peripheral Security, Li Zhifei
  • Geo-Economic Strategy in the South China Sea, Wu Yin & Tang Jian
  • The Economic Cooperation of Northeast Asia and the Supply of Regional Public Goods, Wang Shuang
Ping Huang, Institute of American Studies, CASS & Humanities and Social Science Program, UNESCO.

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