China's economy : a collection of surveys by Iris Claus, Les Oxley

By Iris Claus, Les Oxley

This selection of serious surveys offers readers with a number of updated paintings from prime students within the quarter, writing on a few of the key matters dealing with China, as they survey the current and destiny demanding situations of the chinese language economy

  • Nine papers supply unique dialogue on key features of the previous, current and way forward for the chinese language economy
  • Leaders of their correct fields of scholarship take on the various serious concerns dealing with China
  • Contributors establish universal topics, together with the family registration process, urbanization, demographic transition, inequality and the sustainability of financial growth
  • Articles offer a severe evaluation of the literature and speak about coverage implications and components for destiny research

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National Bureau of Statistics (2013) The China Statistical Communiqu´e in 2012. cn/english/StatisticalCommuniqu/ National Committee of Population and Family Planning (2009) Handbook of Data on Population and Family Planning in Common Use. Beijing: China Population Press. United Nations. (1973) The Determinants and Consequences of Population Trends. Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Studies No. 50, Vol. 2, New York: United Nations. , Cai, F. and Zhang, X. (2004) Saving and growth effects of demographic transition: the population factor in the sustainability of China’s economic growth.

Fertility Rates and Population Decline: No Time for Children? (pp. 157–165). Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave MacMillan. 4 PENSION REFORM IN CHINA: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES Yong Cai University of North Carolina Yuan Cheng Fudan University 1. Introduction China is in the process of establishing a nationwide social insurance system that will cover the whole population for basic pension and medical insurance by 2020. The policy goal is to ‘provide basic insurance, promote social equality and ensure sustainability’.

Current economic theory implies that 1 percentage point of economic growth will create new jobs, if employment elasticity remains constant. Using two rounds of Economic Census data, which were taken to be the most reliable statistics available to measure economic activities DEMOGRAPHIC TRANSITION AND LABOUR MARKET CHANGES 20 16-59 33 20-59 15 2049 2047 2045 2043 2041 2039 2037 2035 2033 2031 2029 2027 2025 2023 2021 2019 2017 2015 2013 2011 2009 2007 -5 2005 0 2003 5 2001 changes in pop (mln) 10 -10 -15 -20 Figure 4.

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