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Internal and international migration in China under openness and a marketizing economy

by Yue-man Yeung

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Published by Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong in Shatin, New Territories, Hong Kong .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Migration, Internal -- China.,
  • China -- Emigration and immigration.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesZhongguo zai kai fang zheng ce he shi chang jing ji xia de guo nei he guo ji ren kou qian yi
    StatementYue-man Yeung.
    SeriesOccasional paper -- no. 129, Occasional paper (Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies) -- no. 129.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHB2114 .A3 .Y48 2002
    The Physical Object
    Pagination34 p. ;
    Number of Pages34
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16949340M
    ISBN 109624411298
    ISBN 109789624411294
    LC Control Number2008401728

    Purchase Handbook of the Economics of International Migration, Volume 1B - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , Get this from a library! Internal migration in contemporary China. [Delia Davin] -- "Migrants in China make an important contribution to the economy, yet everywhere they go they meet discrimination and rejection. This book looks at their lives. It considers why people migrate, the.

    The results of this study do suggest that in order to reduce the negative impact of internal migration the policymakers of LDCs must implement a comprehensive program to divert the flow of migration from overpopulated urban areas. They must also design a comprehensive rural development program to bring economic opportunity to rural residents. Internal migration benefits China's rural areas (English) Abstract. Do rural areas benefit when their residents migrate to cities? A new national identity card and a program to facilitate legal temporary residence in the cities have made migration easier for rural residents in China.

      China's rise over the past several decades has lifted more than half of its population out of poverty and reshaped the global economy. What has caused this dramatic transformation? In China's Great Migration: How the Poor Built a Prosperous Nation, author Bradley Gardner looks at one of the most important but least discussed forces pushing China's economic development: the migration of . China is not a small player in global migration," said Wang Huiyao, president of the Center of China and Globalization, a Beijing-based think tank, at the International Forum on Global Migration.


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Internal and international migration in China under openness and a marketizing economy by Yue-man Yeung Download PDF EPUB FB2

Internal migration in the People's Republic of China is one of the most extensive in the world according to the International Labour Organization. This is because migrants in China are commonly members of a floating population, which refers primarily to migrants in China without local household registration status through the Chinese Hukou system.

In general, rural-urban migrant workers are. One consequence of China’s economic growth has been a massive increase in migration, both internal and external. Within China millions of rural workers have migrated to the cities. Outside China, many Chinese have migrated to other parts of the world, their remittances home often having a significant impact within by: 3.

While China's internal migration has brought the Chinese economy many benefits in terms of cheap unskilled labor, this has also come at a cost. The sheer scale of the population flow has resulted in higher energy use in China's cities (Fan et al., ) and has also contributed to rapid urbanization, which has placed pressure on the Cited by: 8.

In the People's Republic of China (PRC), the International Organization for Migration (IOM) began its operations inwhen the IOM Liaison Office in China officially opened in Beijing. After having held observer status sinceon 30 JuneChina officially became IOM’s th member state, opening a new chapter of cooperation.

Three decades since the first wave of rural–urban migration, the new generation of migrant workers has become the main force of internal migration in China. The present paper comprehensively explores the profiles of the new generation of migrant workers in urban China.

Grinding poverty has long been a cause of migration and was the impetus again after the death of Mao Zedong in The story of migration since then is the story of modern China. Comparing migration in China itself to Chinese migration to Europe, this book critically assesses received ideas, perceptions and theories concerning internal and international ing migration in China itself to Chinese migration to Europe, this book critically assesses received ideas, perceptions and theories concerning internal and international migration.

China, with its vibrant economy, is now clearly a major participant in the global migration system and has become an emergent destination for migration. Tradition of Chinese Migration While the tradition of Chinese migration is long-standing, a distinction can be drawn between an "old" migration that lasted until the late 19th century and a.

China’s recent meteoric rise in the global economy is closely related to the strength of its manufacturing sector, which is heavily dependent on cheap migrant labor.

This paper analyzes China’s recent migration trends, spatial pattern and their relationship with China’s economic strategy. Internal migration in China is special in that it is heavily controlled and regulated by the hukou.

This book provides a systemic and detailed monographic study of Chinese outbound migration. It not only breaks down the basic trends of this migration with respect to destinations and the like, but also analyzes its unique features, which include the largely middle- and upper-class makeup of emigrants and their investment activities overseas, particularly when it comes to buying property.

International migrant stock is the number of people born in a country other than that in which they live. It also includes refugees. The data used to estimate the international migrant stock at a particular time are obtained mainly from population censuses. The estimates are derived from the data on foreign-born population--people who have residence in one country but were born in another country.

China and India are major players in international migration. Both countries have very large populations that will continue to grow in the coming years. The available pool of potential migrants from China and India will remain high although population size and density (known as demographic variability) will change from year to year in both.

The first chapters of this book are by researchers within China, and cover aspects of the internal migration story. They are the most interesting to read, and are full of data about old-age provision, social welfare, which should be granted under the Labour Contract Law, and various other phenomena, legal and social, which relate to the lives.

Comparing migration in China itself to Chinese migration to Europe, this book critically assesses received ideas, perceptions and theories concerning internal and international ing migration in China itself to Chinese migration to Europe, this book critically assesses received ideas, perceptions and theories concerning internal and international migration.5/5(1).

As China moves from a society controlling all aspects of life, including population movement, to something nearer a market economy, migration has become a live issue. Tens of millions of rural migrants have entered China's cities, meeting discrimination similar to that experienced by economic migrants in the West.

Economic opportunities are considered a primary determinant of human migration, but their explanatory powerin Communist China has been limited because of strong government intervention in controlling migration and in planned population transfers. Since the late s, however.

economic reform has brought about changes in China's. The two figures on internal and international migration are based on the predicted probabilities of internal migration and international migration from the above model using the mean age of migration.

Overall, both internal and international migration increased in the early s, following China’s economic reform program. Alok Bhargava, Xiayun Tan, A LONGITUDINAL ANALYSIS OF INTERNAL MIGRATION, DIVORCE AND WELL-BEING IN CHINA, Journal of Biosocial Science, /S, 50, 5, (), (). Crossref Tinghe Jin, Moving beyond ‘intercultural competence’: interculturality in the learning of Mandarin in UK universities, Language and.

As China’s economy has developed, it has become a destination for international immigrants rather than just a source of them. CNAPS Visiting Fellow Shen Haimei describes some of. Bradley M. Gardner details this process, and its implications for China’s future and the world, in his new book, China’s Great Migration: How the Poor Built a Prosperous Nation.

When China launched economic reforms in the early s, it marked the beginning of a massive wave of internal migration that continues to this day. In each decade since then, tens of millions of.Return migration has been studied both in the context of international and internal migration.

In the arena of international migration, researchers are often interested in the extent students of internal migration in China have not paid sufficient attention to this issue.Population migration is very much part of that accommodation as it is a clear physical link between China and the international economy.

The recent evolution of movements, not just from China but also from the peripheral areas of Hong Kong and Taiwan, which make up what can be called Greater China," will be considered in this article.