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Title Urban migrants and poverty reduction in China / chief editors, Huang Ping and Genevieve Domenech-Chich.
Imprint Reading : Paths International, [2012]

Series Migration in China series
Migration in China series.
Subject Migration, Internal -- China.
Poverty -- China.
China -- Economic conditions.
Alt Name Huang, Ping.
Domenach-Chich, Genevieve.
Description 1 online resource (211 pages).
polychrome rdacc
Summary Urban Poverty Reduction Among Migrants in China is the result of a large-scale research project conducted across China from 2002 to 2010. Packed full of original material, academic analysis, expert knowledge and practical policy suggestions, it paints a detailed picture of the consequences of China's startling economic transformation. Written by the experts at Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) working in partnership with UNESCO.
Contents Cover; Title; Contents; 1 Background; 1.1 Poverty issues in China; 1.2 The Problems with Defining Poverty; 1.3 Assumption; 1.4 Data Sources; 1.5 Building up an Analytical Framework; 1.5.1 Migrant workers' mobility; 1.5.2 Migrant workers' poverty; 1.5.3 Defining migrant workers' policy; 1.6 Four Types of Poverty; 1.6.1 Lack of Skills; 1.6.2 Knowledge shortage; 1.6.3 Weakness of the social support network; 1.6.4 Discrimination and exclusion; 1.7 External Factors; 1.7.1 Governmental policies; 1.7.2 The Labor market; 1.8 Anti-poverty Practice and Policy Implications.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781844641178 (electronic bk.)
1844641171 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 795695085
Additional Format Print version: Urban migrants and poverty reduction in China. Reading : Paths International, ©2012 9781844640935