Urban China In The New Era: Market Reforms, Current State, And The Road Forward by Zhiming ChengUrban China In The New Era: Market Reforms, Current State, And The Road Forward by Zhiming Cheng

Urban China In The New Era: Market Reforms, Current State, And The Road Forward

byZhiming ChengEditorMark Wang, Junhua Chen

Paperback | September 3, 2016

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This book aims to provide a scholarly account of recent understandings and reflections on some of the prevalent and emerging issues in urban and regional China, such as urbanization, inequality, hukou (household registration) reforms, labor relations, not-in-my-backyard protests and environmental governance. Presenting rich data analysis and case studies, these book chapters together utilize multidisciplinary approaches and contribute to the empirical and theoretical literature in development studies.
Title:Urban China In The New Era: Market Reforms, Current State, And The Road ForwardFormat:PaperbackDimensions:183 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 1.73 inPublished:September 3, 2016Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3662525526

ISBN - 13:9783662525524

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Table of Contents

Introduction.- The Impact of Outward-Oriented Economic Reform on Income Inequality in China: 1978 - 2007.- The continuity and changes of the hukou system since the 1990s: a critical review.- Land Reform, urban development and Migrant Housing in Contemporary China.- The Urban Village of Huanggang: A Successful Communal Model?.- China's Not-in-My-Backyard Protest in the Process of Urbanization.- China's Urban Environmental Governance in Transition: A Tale of Two Cities.- The New Generation of Migrant Workers in Urban China.- The Ethnic Minority Experience in the Urban Labour Market.- Returns to Education in China's Urban Labour Market: Evidence from Matched Employer-Employee Data for Shanghai.- List of Contributors.