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Labour Market Reform in China (Trade and Development)

by Meng, Xin.

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Development economics,
  • Labour economics,
  • Labor & Industrial Relations - General,
  • Labor And The State,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Rural-urban migration,
  • Development - Economic Development,
  • Labor,
  • Business & Economics / Economic Development,
  • Labor market--China,
  • China,
  • Labor Market

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages238
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7752901M
    ISBN 100521771269
    ISBN 109780521771269

      China's widening gender gap in the labor market — if it persists — could become a bigger burden on the economy at a time when growth is already slowing down, according to . New labour laws were introduced in to better protect employees in a market now dominated by private-sector employers, notably via more systematic use of and adherence to written labour contracts, in particular of indefinite duration ones. To what extent the new legislation and implementing regulations will be enforced remains to be seen.

      The China Miracle: Development Strategy and Economic Reform. Rev. ed. Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, E-mail Citation» Lin, Cai, and Li provide background on the Chinese economic system under Mao and then explore in detail why the reformed system is better suited to China’s labor-rich, land-scarce resource endowment. A more market-oriented labor market has emerged in China in the past twenty years with growing importance of the urban private sector, as state-owned enterprises have downsized. Despite the progress on reforms, a sizable surplus of labor still exists in the rural sector and state-owned enterprises.

    An important trend in China's labour market over the past few decades has been the rapid growth in the number of rural migrants working in urban enterprises (Graph 8). Prior to the late s, the state's monopoly control of the distribution of living necessities and urban employment made it difficult for rural citizens to migrate to cities. China: The Next Twenty Years of Reform and Development Rising China: Global Challenges and Opportunities Rebalancing and Sustaining Growth in China 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.


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Labour Market Reform in China (Trade and Development) by Meng, Xin. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Labour Market Reform in China analyzes institutional changes in the Chinese labor market over the past twenty years, and offers evidence that further reform is necessary if China is to sustain its high growth rates. It investigates separately the impact of economic reform on the rural and urban labor markets and then considers their interaction.5/5(1).

Book description. Labour Market Reform in China documents and analyses institutional changes in the Chinese labour market over the last twenty-five years, and argues that further reform is necessary if China is to sustain its high growth rates.

The book first assesses the problems associated with the pre-reform labour by: This book empirically investigates the changes in labor market structure accompanying the labor market reform in China by focusing on the labor market segmentation problems from the s to The book also aims to examine the effect of labor policy reforms on individual, household and enterprise behavior, including the causes and consequences of labor market reform in China, particularly the influences of labor policy reforms on labor market.

Labour Market Reform in China documents and analyses institutional changes in the Chinese labour market over the last twenty-five years, and argues that further reform is necessary if China is to.

Summary: "Labour Market Reform in China documents and analyses institutional changes in the Chinese Labour Market over the last twenty years, and offers evidence that further labour market reform is necessary if China is to sustain its high growth rates."--Jacket.

(not yet rated) 0 with reviews. Labour Market Reform in China documents and analyses institutional changes in the Chinese labour market over the last twenty-five years, and argues that further reform is necessary if China is to sustain its high growth rates. The book first assesses the problems associated with the pre-reform labour arrangements.

Summary: Comprehensive analysis of urban and rural labour market reform in China. Documents and analyses institutional changes over the last twenty years and offers evidence that further labour market reform is necessary if China is to sustain its high growth rates.

The latest volume in the successful Trade and Development Series. Labour market reform in China/ Xin Meng. Includes bibliographicalreferences. ISBN 0–––9(hardcover) 1. Labour market – China.

Rural-urban migration– China. Title. HDA6M46 ''–dc21 99– CIP ISBN 0 hardback. The book also aims to examine the effect of labor policy reforms on individual, household and enterprise behavior, including the causes and consequences of labor market reform in China.

Labour Market Reform in China documents and analyses institutional changes in the Chinese labour market over the last twenty-five years, and argues that further reform is necessary if China is to sustain its high growth rates.

The book first assesses the problems associated with the pre-reform labour. This book documents and analyses institutional changes in the Chinese labour market over the last twenty : $ China has the largest labor market in the world.

To adapt to the challenges of rapid urbanization and industrialization, China’s labor administration system is being reformed and modernized so that. Introduction This book empirically investigates the changes in labor market structure accompanying the labor market reform in China by focusing on the labor market segmentation problems from.

Over the period of economic reform China has moved from an administered labour system towards the creation of a labour market. The scale of this transformation, involving new economic incentives, vast labour migration, draconian retrenchment of state workers, and sharply rising wage inequality, is unprecedented in world history.

The dramatic development of its labor market signals that China is entering a new stage of economic development. The country's prior successful model of economic development needs to be adjusted to adapt to the new situation in its labor market to achieve sustainable economic development.

Citing Literature. Vol Issue 3. Labour Market Reform in China documents and analyses institutional changes in the Chinese labour market over the last twenty-five years, and argues that.

Reform in the labour system in China signalled a major departure from the past socialist allocation system which equated the right to work, with life-long tenure employment, egalitarian wages, and comprehensive welfare for selective sectors ofthe. China has vowed to further liberalise its economy from land to labour in a new reform paper, as the country readies itself for an increasingly uncertain outside world.

Labor Market Outcomes and Reforms in China. Journal of Economic Perspectives—Vol Number 4—Fall —Pages 75– O. vver the past few decades of economic reform, China’s labor markets have er the past few decades of economic reform, China’s labor markets have. The labour market for graduates in China By FENGLIANG LI, W.

JOHN MORGAN AND XIAOHAO DING Introduction Throughout the world educational systems, including those. Many of the challenges of labor reform in China are related to the growing marketization of labor services as China continues its transition from plan to market.

Labor has changed from being a political status in a planned system of distribution into an input to production that is exchanged in the marketplace.By Fenyu Wang, Yandong Zhao The objective of China's reform of its labour employment system is to build up a well-developed labour market and achieve an effective allocation of labour resources by means of market regulation.The tax incentives designed to stimulate firm investment may have a large impact on labour market outcomes.

Using a comprehensive data set containing more than 1 million Chinese manufacturing firms during the period – with a difference-in-difference approach, we examine the impact of the value-added tax reform in – on the firm-level labour market outcomes.