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Urban household subsidies and rural out‐migration: the case of China

Anderson, Kym


One of the many remarkable features of China's economic development and industrial growth, especially during the past decade, has been the very considerable extent to which non-farm employment has been generated outside urban areas. In the decade to 1987, for example, the proportion of the non-farm workforce located in rural areas rose from about 25% to 40%.1 Even though the share of the total (farm plus non-farm) population living in rural areas has fallen substantially during that same...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 1990
Type: Journal article
Source: Communist Economies
DOI: 10.1080/14631379008427662


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