Migration in China by Borge Bakken

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Economic reform in China has led to migration of people on a scale never before seen in the country. Since China's new industrial revolution began in the late-1970s, there has been a flow of tens of millions of surplus rural labourers and their families moving from rural to urban areas. This phenomenon has been described in terms of both a blessing for China's economic development and a threat against its social order. This volume examines the different aspects of internal Chinese migration, including a brief introduction to current research and pointers to the methodological traps that can occur in the field.


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