2 edition of Income distribution during the transition in China found in the catalog.
Income distribution during the transition in China
by UNU World Institute for Development Economics Research, (UNU/WIDER) in Helsinki
Written in English
|Series||Working papers,, no. 138, WIDER working papers ;, WP 138.|
|Contributions||World Institute for Development Economics Research.|
|LC Classifications||HC430.I5 C4724 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 27 p. :|
|Number of Pages||27|
|LC Control Number||98212744|
3. Data and the changes of income distribution in China, – Current descriptive studies on inequality in China have mainly relied on per capita income and per capita consumption comparisons across provinces because systemic data on regional income distribution is lacking. Book Description. China has experienced radical societal change since the initiation of the reform and openness programme in These changes have brought about significant income discrepancy between regions, social classes and generations; rendering the fair distribution of income an ever more important socio-economic question.
This study attempts to examine the growth pattern of China's economy during –98 from the perspective of income distribution dynamics. Motivated by the model of dynamic distribution, a transition matrix is derived from a panel of ratios of provincial real incomes to national averages across 30 provinces over – The transition matrix is used not only to reveal the transitions of. Overall income grew rapidly, especially in the s reshaping China into a formidable economic force not only locally but also globally. China Wages Marto Research, Haver.
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Income distribution during the transition in China. Helsinki: UNU World Institute for Development Economics Research, (UNU/WIDER), © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ping Zhang; World Institute for Development Economics Research.
This paper goal is to increase the understanding of the inequality trends during the transitional period in China. From toChina has been undergoing 18 years far-reaching economic system reform and opening to the outside world nationwide.
DurinCited by: Poverty, Income Distribution and Well-Being in Asia During the Transition. Editors (view affiliations) Search within book. Front Matter. Pages i-xiv. PDF. Introduction. Front Matter. Poverty Alleviation During the Transition in China.
Zhu Ling. Pages Economic Reform and Welfare in. During the transitional periods, the average household income per capita increased substantially and so did income inequality. This paper's goal is to increase the understanding of the inequality trends during the transitional period in China.
Poverty, Income Distribution and Well-Being in Asia During the Transition. Authors: Lu, Aiguo, Montes, Manuel F Free Preview. Buy this book eB40 € About this book. A collection of 13 essays based on two national surveys of household income in China - in and - and prepared and carried out by the research team.
These essays explore a wide range of aspects of the rapidly changing income distribution during this by: About this book Introduction Based on original data obtained from a purpose-designed nationwide household sample survey, the volume contains studies of the overall distribution of income, inequality and poverty in rural areas, wage employment in rural industries, urban wage inequalities, and the relationship between education and income.
The primary motivation for China's economic reforms was to increase economic growth and raise living standards after nearly twenty years of stagnation. Given the move to more market-based income determination, the reforms had the potential to conflict with inherited egalitarian-motivated socialist institutions and by: ISBN Product Dimensions: 6 x x 9 inches.
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Downloadable. This paper provides an overview of the evolution of income inequality in China from toemploying three series of data sets. Our focus is on both urban and rural inequality, as well as the urban-rural gap, with the objective of summarizing several “first-order” empirical patterns concerning the trajectory of inequality through the reform period.
Book Poverty, Income Distribution and Well-Being in Asia during the Transition The Asian road to the market has generally been seen as a model of success and the object of widespread admiration. China is in the throes of two transitions: from a command economy to a market-based one and from a rural, agricultural society to an urban, industrial one.
So far, both transitions have been spectacularly successful. China is the fastest-growing economy in the world, with per capita incomes more than quadrupling sinceachieving in two generations what took other countries centuries.
The Distribution of Household Income in China 19 Based on this po verty line, in the numbe r of poor in rural Ch ina was mi l- lion, equiv alent to pe r cent of the rur al population. In recent years, China's income disparity has reached an alarming level, making it one of the countries with the most unequal income distribution in the world.
The widening income gap is the root cause of many issues in contemporary cturer: WSPC. Knight, J. & Song, L. () ”The Spatial Contribution to Income Inequality in Rural China”, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 17, - Li Shi, Zhao Renwei and Zhang Ping () “ Economic Transition and Income Distribution in China”, Economic Research, April (in Chinese).
Gustafsson, Bjorn and Shi, Li, Effects of the Transition on the Distribution of Income in China: A Study Decomposing the Gini Coefficient for and Economics of Transition.
China: A New Model for Growth and Development Deepening Reform for China’s Long-Term Growth and Development China’s Domestic Transformation in a Global Context China’s New Sources of Economic Growth: Vol.
1 China’s New Sources of Economic Growth: Vol. 2 The titles are available online at Household income and its distribution in China / Azizur Rahman Khan [and others] --Three features of the distribution of income during the transition to reform / Zhao Renwei --The determinants of household income in rural China / Azizur Rahman Khan --The distribution of wealth in rural China / Terry McKinley --Income distribution and poverty in.
Abstract: Despite repeated pledges by China’s leaders to reduce the gap between rich and poor, income inequality has continued to rise. China’s Gini coef½cient, a standard measure of income inequality, was higher in than in the United States, Russia, or most other societies.
Why have China’s income. The China miracle is the result of China’s having chosen the right development strategy—that is, pursuing the economy’s comparative advantage and abandoning the ‘‘heavy-industry-oriented. Abstract. Household income and spending in China have grown rapidly over the past few decades, and income inequality has also risen.
The various measures of China's aggregate household saving rate have all increased since the s, and variation in saving behaviour by income group suggests that increasing the income of poorer households in particular would boost aggregate consumption.Book Description: In China, inequality in social welfare is of rising political concern.
This case study analyzes the determinants of well-being of rural households in Hebei using a secondary panel data set ( to ). One key question is how well-being was affected by institutional changes in times of societal transition.Income, inequality, and poverty during the transition from planned to market economy / Branko Milanovic.
p. cm. — (World Bank regional and sectoral studies) Includes bibliographical references. ISBN X 1. Income distribution—Europe, Eastern.
2. Income distribution—Former Soviet repub-lics. 3. Poverty—Europe, Eastern. 4.