Household registration, economic reform and migration.

  title={Household registration, economic reform and migration.},
  author={Xiaojuan Yang},
  journal={The International migration review},
  volume={27 4},
  • Xiaojuan Yang
  • Published 1993 in The International migration review
Everyone born in China has a household registration which identifies the type of household registration, agricultural or nonagricultural, determined by the household one is born into and the official residence. While determining one's type of residence, household registration also determines one's eligibility and access to government social services and benefits, and influences one's motivation to migrate. The author explores the relationship between type of household registration and the type… CONTINUE READING

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