2 edition of Transition of China"s rural land system found in the catalog.
Transition of China"s rural land system
International Symposium on Rural Land Issues in China (1992 Beijing, China)
by Land Tenure Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison in Madison, Wis
Written in English
|Series||LTC paper,, 151|
|Contributions||Kuo wu yüan fa chan yen chiu chung hsin (China), University of Wisconsin--Madison. Land Tenure Center.|
|LC Classifications||HD1333.C6 I57 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 200 p. :|
|Number of Pages||200|
|LC Control Number||95622911|
Most of China's roughly million rural-to-urban migrants were born after , making this population the "new generation" of internal migrant workers. Having been directly influenced by China's rapid economic growth and recent sociodemographic policy changes, this cohort of rural-urban migrants offers much to learn with respect to their motivations. The year marks 40 years of reform and development in China (–). This commemorative book assembles some of the world’s most prominent scholars on the Chinese economy to reflect on what has been achieved as a result of the economic reform programs, and to draw out the key lessons that have been learned by the model of growth and development in China over the.
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A strong central governmental apparatus proved able to channel scarce resources into the rapid development of heavy industry. Rural society in the People's Republic of China comprises less than a half of China's population (roughly 45%) and has a varied range of standard of living and means of living.
Life in rural China differs from that of urban China. In southern and coastal China, rural areas are developing and, in some areas, statistically approaching urban economies. In northwest and western regions, rural. China’s agriculture is supporting a population of over billion people today, compared to about million inon a relatively fixed agricul-tural land base and shrinking water supply.
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Changes to the urban land system since the late s have promoted China’s historic shift from a rural country to an urban–rural society. This chapter has five parts.
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Agricultural Economics, 12(3): China introduced the hukou system in – a hukou book was assigned to each household to classify the resident’s hukou by their place of origin. The practice continues. The practice continues. The hukou system categorizes each Chinese citizen as either an agricultural (rural) hukou holder or a non-agricultural (urban) hukou holder.
With the introduction of a nation-wide state monopoly and rationing system for grain incitizens living in the urban areas and engaged in non-agricultural activities at that time were classified as non-agricultural (feinongye) hukou population; others as agricultural (nongye) hukou non-agricultural hukou population was entitled to state-subsidized but rationed grain.
Hukou & the poverty of migrant workers in China The role of the hukou in regulating rural flight. Despite massive negative coverage in Western media, the hukou system – a passport that distinguishes between urban and rural inhabitants – has been the key to China’s successful transition to an urban society.
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