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Work and inequality in urban China

by Yanjie Bian

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Published by State University of New York Press in Albany .
Written in English

    Places:
  • China,
  • Tianjin.
    • Subjects:
    • Labor -- China -- Tianjin.,
    • Social status -- China -- Tianjin.,
    • Occupational prestige -- China -- Tianjin.,
    • Social surveys -- China -- Tianjin.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementYanjie Bian.
      SeriesSUNY series in the sociology of work
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD8740.T542 B5 1994
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 286 p. :
      Number of Pages286
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1406413M
      ISBN 100791418014, 0791418022
      LC Control Number93014708

      It depicts transformations in urban women’s experiences with both paid and non-paid domestic work. The book challenges China’s free-market approach and demonstrates its negative impacts on women’s work and family experiences by revealing labor commodification processes and work-to-family conflicts as the state abandons its commitment to. Income Inequality in Urban China, Article (PDF Available) in Chinese Sociological Review 45(1) October with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

      This article studies the regional variation in earnings inequality in contemporary urban China, focusing on the relationship between the pace of economic reforms and earning determination. Through a multilevel analysis, it shows that economic growth depresses the retunrs to education and work experience and does not affect the net differences between party members and nonmembers and between Cited by: 'This book broadens our understanding of the functioning of the Chinese urban labour market and new urban poverty in China. Scholars and policy makers will certainly appreciate the authors' hard work' - Mark Wang, University of Melbourne, IDPR, Table of Contents. Title: Unemployment, Inequality and Poverty in Urban China. Editor. LI, Shi.

      Urbanization and urban development will leave a deep imprint on struc-tural, social, and economic change in China for decades to come. In the urban share of China’s population was almost 44 percent, and the urban economy accounted for nearly 80 percent of domestic output. BothFile Size: 1MB.   For a forthcoming paper, the economists use tax data, surveys, and China’s national accounting statistics to estimate the growth of Chinese inequality from to Author: Dan Kopf.


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Work and inequality in urban China by Yanjie Bian Download PDF EPUB FB2

SUMMARY: This book offers a systematic analysis of the impact of work organization on the social stratification of individuals in urban China. It explains why economic and labor market segmentation is possible and necessary in state socialism at a certain stage of its development, as in market capitalism, and how important one's work unit or danwei is to the life of socialist workers in.

This book offers a systematic analysis of the impact of work organization on the social stratification of individuals in urban China.

It explains why economic and labor market segmentation is possible and necessary in state socialism at a certain stage of its development, as in market capitalism, and how important one's work unit or danwei is.

This book offers a systematic analysis of the impact of work organization on the social stratification of individuals in urban China. It explains why economic and labor market segmentation is possible and necessary in state socialism at a certain stage of its development, as in market capitalism, and how important one’s work unit or danwei is to the life of socialist workers in Chinese by: This book offers a systematic analysis of the impact of work organization on the social stratification of individuals in urban China.

It explains why economic and labor market segmentation is possible and necessary in state socialism at a certain stage of its development, as in market capitalism, and how important one's work unit or danwei is to the life of socialist workers in Chinese cities.

Work and inequality in urban China. [Yanjie Bian] Segmentation and Inequality: Conclusions and Discussion --Appendix A: Structures and Functions of Work Organizations -- 3.

Urban Employment: Policies and Practices -- 4. The Chinese Version of Status Attainment -- 5. Guanxi and Social Resources in Job Searches and Job Mobility -- 6. This book offers a systematic analysis of the impact of work organization on the social stratification of individuals in urban China.

It explains why economic and labor market segmentation is possible and necessary in state socialism at a certain stage of its development, as in market capitalism, and how important one's work unit or danwei is to the life of socialist workers in Chinese : Yanjie Bian.

The workplace, therefore, occupies a center position in understanding inequalities in political participation, income, benefits, and consumption in urban China under socialism.

Examining the structure of urban Chinese work organizations and the inequalities associated wiAi these organizations is the central theme ofYanjie Bian's book. This book, a sequel to Inequality and Public Policy in China (), examines the evolution of inequality in China from toa period when the new "harmonious society" development strategy was adopted under Hu Jintao and Wen Jiabao.

It fills a gap in knowledge about the outcomes of this development strategy for equity and inequality. This book examines a three-way interaction among market, state, and family in China’s recent market reform.

It depicts transformations in urban women’s experiences with both paid and non-paid domestic work. The book challenges China’s free-market approach and demonstrates its negative impacts onBrand: Palgrave Macmillan US.

come, benefits, and consumption in urban China under socialism. Examining the structure of urban Chinese work organizations and the inequalities associated with these organizations is the central theme of Yanjie Bian's book.

Structural segmentation is the concept the author uses in arguing for the. Abstract Using the nationally representative Urban Household Income and Expenditure Survey (UHIES) conducted by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) of China, we document a steadily rising trend in income and consumption inequality during the period from to in urban China.

Despite the rising urban inequality over time, the social welfare of urban residents unambiguously improved Cited by:   In a new book, former China correspondent Dexter Roberts argues that the divide between China's urban elites and migrant workers is a threat to the country's : Mary Hui.

This book, a sequel to Inequality and Public Policy in China (), examines the evolution of inequality in China from toa period when the new “harmonious society” development strategy was adopted under Hu Jintao and Wen Jiabao.

It fills a gap in knowledge about the Pages: COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

This book studies the relationship between Islam, family processes, and gender inequality among Uyghur Muslims in Ürümchi, China. Empirically, it shows in quantitative terms the extent of gender inequalities among Uyghur Muslims in Ürümchi and tests whether the gender inequalities are a difference in.

Inless than 20% of China’s population lived in the cities. Now for the first time in history, China is a more urban country than a rural one; state statistics shows % of the population lived in cities in Between urban and rural China, there are worlds of : Jake Lin, New Zealand.

In both countries, the education level of the head of the household accounts for about 15% of the total inequality. High income inequality in China is not strictly a recent phenomenon: “Inthe Gini coefficient in urban China was as low asbut the nationwide Gini coefficient was aroundhigher than other socialist economies at.

Despite being mobilised to work outside the home since the s, women in China are still expected to be mainly responsible for domestic work and to prioritize their husbands' work development.

F amily income inequality in urban China has persistently and significantly increased from Based on our calculations using the Urban Household Survey (UHS) data, the Gini coefficient for urban China has risen from to (by 53 percent).

The book will also be of interest to scholars of ethnic studies, sociology, and Chinese anthropology. Overall, Islam, Family Life, and Gender Inequality in Urban China is a valuable contribution to scholarship on gender and family studies. Work Cited. InChina's Gini-coefficient - a measure of how wealth is distributed in a society - stood at (a value of 0 suggests total equality, a value of 1 extreme inequality).

Work Units and Income Inequality: The Effect of Market Transition in Urban China Xiaogang Wu; Social Forces; Oxford University Press; Vol Number 3, March ; pp.

; /sof; Article ; View Citation; Additional Information. Income, work preferences and gender roles among parents of infants in urban China: A mixed method study from Nanjing. The China Quarterly,– doi: /s ArticleCited by: