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The Resource Chinese Research Perspectives on Population and Labor : From Demographic Dividend to Institutional Dividend

Chinese Research Perspectives on Population and Labor : From Demographic Dividend to Institutional Dividend

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Chinese Research Perspectives on Population and Labor : From Demographic Dividend to Institutional Dividend
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Chinese Research Perspectives on Population and Labor
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From Demographic Dividend to Institutional Dividend
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This English-language volume is an edited collection of articles selected from the 2013 Chinese-language volume of the Green Book of Population and Labor
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Chinese Research Perspectives on Population and Labor : From Demographic Dividend to Institutional Dividend
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Chinese Research Perspectives on Population and Labor : From Demographic Dividend to Institutional Dividend
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  • Contents -- List of Figures and Tables -- Chapter 1 A Nationwide Monitoring Survey Report on Migrant Workers in 2012 -- 1 Size of the Migrant Worker Population -- 2 Movements and Regional Distribution of Migrant Workers -- 3 Gender, Age, Education, and Training of Migrant Workers -- 4 Employment Situation of Migrant Workers -- 5 Income Situation of Migrant Workers -- 6 Housing Situation of Migrant Rural Workers -- 7 Social Security Situation of Migrant Rural Workers -- Chapter 2 Labor Supply and Policies during the New Stage of Economic Development -- 1 The Necessity of Stimulating Labor Supply -- 2 Changes in Labor Force Participation -- 3 Changes in Unemployment Rate and Its Characteristics -- 4 Employment Rate and Working Hours -- 5 Conclusions and Policy Suggestions -- Chapter 3 The Cost of Household Registration System Reform and the Push for Urbanization with Equal Provision of Basic Public Services -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Household Registration System Reform Cost and Existing Studies -- 3 Ideas and Methods of Calculating Household Registration System Reform Cost -- 4 Estimates of Household Registration System Reform Cost -- 5 Conclusions and Policy Suggestions -- Chapter 4 A Roadmap for Reforming China's Household Registration System -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Proposal for and Steps in Household Registration System Reform -- 3 Estimates of Public Cost of Migrant Workers Urbanization -- 4 Conclusions -- Chapter 5 Changes in the Levels of Consumption by Migrant Workers and Determining Factors -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Description of Data -- 3 Human Capital, Employment, Income, and Social Security Characteristics of Migrant Workers -- 4 The Consumption Levels of Migrant Worker Households and Determining Factors -- 5 Main Conclusions and Policy Suggestions -- Chapter 6 Proactive Employment Policies Targeting Groups with Employment Difficulties
  • 1 Groups with Employment Difficulties are Increasingly Valuable Human Resources -- 2 How Do Groups with Employment Difficulties Participate in the Labor Market? -- 3 The Unemployment Characteristics of Groups with Employment Difficulties -- 4 Proactive Employment Policies Targeting Groups with Employment Difficulties -- Chapter 7 Social Protection is not a 'Negative Incentive': Resolving "Mill's Dilemma" as the Stage of Development Changes -- 1 Introduction -- 2 A Strong Labor Market beyond the Turning Point -- 3 Three Groups of Workers Who Remain Vulnerable -- 4 Policy Suggestions -- Chapter 8 Demand and Supply of Human Capital and the Transformation and Development of Higher Education in the Age of Mass Higher Education -- 1 The Rapid Development of Higher Education in China -- 2 Rapid Development of Higher Education Strengthens China's Capacity for Sustainable Socio-Economic Development -- 3 Moving Higher Education Closer to Universal Accessibility in the Next Decade -- 4 The New Demand and Supply Situation for University and College Students under the Rapid Development of Higher Education -- 5 The Main Tasks of Higher Education Transformation in the Era of Wide Availability -- 6 Some Suggestions on the Structural Adjustment and the Transformation of Higher Education -- Chapter 9 The Lewisian Turning Point and a New Model ofEconomic Growth -- 1 An Economic Model of High Growth and Huge Imbalances in the Past Decade -- 2 The Emergence of a "New Normal" for Economic Growth -- 3 Preliminary Indications of Economic Rebalancing -- 4 The Lewisian Turning Point and Factor Market Reforms -- 5 Anticipating the New Government's Economic Policies -- 6 Overcoming the Fear of Economic Downturn -- Index
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