China’s Class Structure: Changes, Problems, and Policy Suggestions—A Study of Class Development since 1978

@article{Li2018ChinasCS,
  title={China’s Class Structure: Changes, Problems, and Policy Suggestions—A Study of Class Development since 1978},
  author={Peilin Li},
  journal={International Critical Thought},
  year={2018},
  volume={8},
  pages={574 - 595}
}
  • Peilin Li
  • Published 2 October 2018
  • Economics
  • International Critical Thought
ABSTRACT Based on large statistical data and survey data, this article describes and analyzes the profound changes that have taken place in China’s class structure since the beginning of the reform and opening-up. These changes include the unprecedented expansion of the workers and the emergence of migrant workers as a new social force; the large-scale decrease of the peasant population with growing differentiation and aging trends; the professional technicians becoming the main body of the… 

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