Migration and labor-market returns in urban China : results from a recent survey in Guangzhou { C

  title={Migration and labor-market returns in urban China : results from a recent survey in Guangzhou \{ C},
  author={Cindy Fan},
  • Cindy Fan
  • Published 2001
The transitional process in China is marked by prominent roles of state institutions, which are a key determinant of the opportunity and reward structure in the newly developing labor market. Migrant labor and the occupational and sectoral changes in the urban economy have further shaped the evolution of the labor market in Chinese cities. In this paper, I argue that labor-market returns are not only functions of human capital but are heavily influenced by state-controlled institutional status… CONTINUE READING
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