5 edition of China"s regional disparities found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||V.F.S. Sit and Lu Da-dao, editors.|
|Contributions||Xue, Fengxuan., Lu, Dadao.|
|LC Classifications||HC427.9 .C565437 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 285 p. :|
|Number of Pages||285|
|LC Control Number||2001270510|
for Regional Disparities in China? This paper provides empirical evidence on the links between infrastructure investment. and economic growth in China. Using panel data Author: Sylvie Démurger. This volume provides comprehensive updated coverage of inequality and poverty issues in China. Some of the methodologies developed herein are published for the first time and may be used in other contexts and for other countries. The use of different data sources and state-of-art research techniques ensures that the findings and conclusions can be substantiated and that the policy.
The preference of a male child, the regional disparities in development, and the growing intolerance against minorities in the present milieu would be further magnified with the state entering homes and enforcing such strict norms. The fact that women are at the receiving end of such policies in a patriarchal society is another story in itself. achieve coordinated regional development. In-depth study of the regional income disparity in the PRC is necessary for this effort. In the s, continuously growing regional disparity raised concern among the government and society. Many scholars undertook rigorous study of various aspects of the regional disparity.
The book is of interest in that it tackles numerous aspects and issues relating to growth:convergence, productivity, regional disparities and economic integration.' - China Perspectives. Book Series. This book is included in the following series: Routledge Studies on the Chinese Economy; Back to top. Our Customers. Sharing rising incomes: disparities in China (English) Abstract. This report discusses the challenge of extending the benefits of growth to all members of Chinese society. Government policies, or their absence, are heightening inequalities when social policies favor urban areas and economic policies favor the coast Cited by:
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: China's regional disparities. Huntington, N.Y.: Nova Science Publishers, © (OCoLC) Material Type. Openness, Economic Growth and Regional Disparities: The Case of China [Yanqing Jiang] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Substantial disparities across different Chinese regions are one of the most prominent features in China’s development process. This book investigates the mechanisms through which openness affects regional economic growth Cited by: 2. Introduction. Regional disparities have existed throughout China’s history (Kanbur & Zhang, ).Chinese regions consist of geographically proximate provinces with similar economic, topographical and Chinas regional disparities book characteristics (Figure 1).The gap between Chinese regions has translated into a substantial divide in income and, to some extent, the standard of living Cited by: 7.
China’ s regional disparities: Experience and policy 53 Furthermore, the gov ernment has gradually wai ved various fees for basic education in rural areas and. Regional disparities are a feature of the world, particularly of low and middle income countries. As Kanbur and Venables () document, within country disparities are high and have been growing in the past quarter century.
China is no exception to this global by: International Food Policy Research Institute. This Version: Septem Preliminary: Not for Citation. Contents. Introduction 2. Evolution of Regional Disparities and Policy Regional Disparities in China Policies and Outcomes.
Policies to Address Regional Disparities Regional Policy in Light of Global Experience. China’s Regional Disparity and Its Sources China’s rapid growth is associated with high income disparities. The unevenness of regional development in such an enormous country is evident.
Historically, the coastal areas of China have always been ahead. Access to health care, as a determinant of health, became unequally distributed in China as a result of continued pursuit of the market-oriented reforms introduced the late s.
Increasing urban-rural socio-economic disparities jeopardized the equity in social welfare and particularly the equity of access to health care, which has been widely considered a key objective of health Cited by: 4.
Explaining Regional Disparities of China’s Economic Growth: Geography, Policy and Infrastructure Zhengyun Sun Department of Economics University of California, Berkeley Thesis Advisor: Professor Bryan Graham1 December Abstract While China’s fast growth is unquestionable, equally significant is the rising coast–inland inequality.
In China, alongside fast economic growth has come a new challenge: increasing regional disparity. Using GDP and industry output data, this paper examines trends in regional disparity during the period –, from the aspects of both income distribution and production agglomeration.
This period has been chosen not only because it reflects the latest Cited by: China's Regional Economic Disparities Since Main Trends and Determinants (East Asian Institute Contemporary China) [Tian, Xiaowen, East Asian Institute] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
China's Regional Economic Disparities Since Main Trends and Determinants (East Asian Institute Contemporary China)Author: Xiaowen Tian.
Get this from a library. China's Regional Development. [Lu Ming; Zhao Chen; Zhu Xiwei; Xu Xianxiang] -- China is a large developing economy and it has been deeply involved in globalization since its economic reform and opening-up. Simultaneously, China has seen a significant change in the spatial.
China’s current mainly market economy features a high degree of income ing to the Asian Development Bank Institute, “before China implemented reform and open-door policies inits income distribution pattern was characterized as egalitarianism in all aspects.” At this time, the Gini coefficient for rural – urban inequality was only This paper is drawn from a research program on ``Economic Policy and Growth" funded by the OECD Development Centre.
I am indebted to the Development Research Center of the State Council (China), the Academy of Macroeconomic Research of the State Planing Commission (China), and the National Bureau of Statistics (China) for useful discussions on a earlier Cited by: Regional disparities and education inequalities: City responses and coping strategies Ka-Ho Mok and Yu-Cheung Wong 8.
Life considerations and the housing of rural to urban migrants: the case of Taiyuan Bingqin Li and Mark Duda 9. Older people and the (un)caring state in ‘China’s Manhattan’ Anna Boermel Yet, despite impressive health progress, massive disparities persist within China.
A new study published this week in The Lancet by researchers from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) and from government agencies and research centers in China shows that the country reduced its under-5 mortality by 70 percent from to The Trend of Regional Income Disparity in China ABSTRACT This paper is devoted to comprehensively analyze regional income disparities in China from to Since China began its reform and opening up, inter-provincial disparities have experienced a process of narrowing first and then Size: KB.
5 Chapter 1 Introduction The monograph presents results of research project WD Regional disparities in the territorial development of the Czech Republic tackled within the period to underFile Size: 2MB. Within each of the three regions, there are also many more sub-regional areas, e.g.
the Pearl River Delta (PRD), Yangtze River Delta (YRD) and Beijing- Tianjin-Hebei (Jing-Jin-Ji) regions. There is huge variation across China’s regions in terms of population size, geographical conditions and level of economic development.
By focusing on patterns of investment and regional shares of gross value of industrial output (GVIO), this article will argue that China's regional industrialization strategy has changed to one of uneven regional growth in the post-Mao period from the Maoist emphasis on eradicating regional industrial disparities through interior–orientated Cited by:.
West, L. A. and Wong, C. P. (), ‘Fiscal decentralization and growing regional disparities in rural China: Some evidence in the provision of social services,’ Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 11(4). Google ScholarCited by: Education inequality in China exists on multiple levels, with significant disparities occurring along gender, geographical, and ethnic divides.
More specifically, disparities exist in the distribution of educational resources nationwide, as well as the availability of education on levels ranging from basic to higher education.At the same time, however, different kinds of disparities have increased.
Income inequality has risen, propelled by the rural-urban income gap and by the growing disparity between highly educated urban professionals and the urban working class. There have also been increases in inequality of health and education outcomes.