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Regions, inequality, and spatial policy in China

Terry Cannon

Regions, inequality, and spatial policy in China

by Terry Cannon

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Published by Publications Office, Institute of Social Studies in The Hague, Netherlands .
Written in English

    Places:
  • China,
  • China.
    • Subjects:
    • Regional planning -- China.,
    • China -- Economic policy -- 1976-2000.,
    • China -- Economic conditions -- 1976-2000 -- Regional disparities.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementTerry Cannon.
      SeriesWorking paper series ;, no. 89, Working papers series (Institute of Social Studies (Netherlands)) ;, no. 89.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHT395.C55 C36 1990
      The Physical Object
      Pagination43 p. :
      Number of Pages43
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1626140M
      LC Control Number91172844

      This book contains a selection of papers from the UNU-WIDER conference on Spatial Disparities in Asia, held in March at UNU headquarters in Tokyo. It focuses on poverty and inequality, which are directly related to the Millennium Development Goals.   The most recent issue of Global Asia—my favorite policy journal on the region—has a symposium on inequality in Northeast Asia, with contributions on Japan, Korea and China and a wrap-up by Cyn-Young Park on growth strategies for inclusion.

      Education inequality in China exists on multiple levels, with significant disparities occurring along gender, geographical, and ethnic divides. More specifically, disparities exist in the distribution of educational resources nationwide, as well as the availability of education on levels ranging from basic to higher education. This paper investigates China's influence on local economic development in 37 African countries between and The analysis compares the average changes in economic growth, migration, spatial inequality, and welfare for mineral-rich districts, pre- and post-accession, to the corresponding changes in districts without any mineral endowment.

      Get this from a library! Hukou and Highways: the Impact of China's Spatial Development Policies on Urbanization and Regional Inequality. [Maarten Bosker; Uwe Deichmann; Mark Roberts] -- China has used two main spatial policies to shape its geographic patterns of development: restricted labor mobility through the Hukou residential registration system and massive . Sign-up to receive email updates with latest news, publications, research results, events, and policy seminars.


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Regions, inequality, and spatial policy in China by Terry Cannon Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Regions, inequality, and spatial policy in China. [Terry Cannon]. PDF | On Feb 1,T. CANNON and others published Regions, inequality and spatial policy in China | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. These questions have become important in recent years as the spatial dimensions of inequality have begun to attract considerable policy interest.

In China, Russia, India, Mexico, and South Africa, as well as most other developing and transition economies, spatial and regional inequality - of economic activity, incomes, and social indicators. Authors from several disciplines were asked to approach this theme from a general, policy-oriented point of view.

This ensured the spotlighting of the various dimensions of spatial inequality and its implications for regional policy. The results of their efforts have been collected in a volume entitled Spatial Inequalities and Regional Development. Regions: spatial inequality and regional policy By Terry Cannon The social and economic characteristics of China vary tremendously from place to place, and the contrasts are so sharp that they surprise people who do not know the country by: Besides the coastal–inland disparity, variation within coastal regions is a dominant factor in overall interregional inequality Regions China.

Moreover, it can be shown that the process by which China opened up to trade and FDI can account for a large part of China’s interregional inequality, a part that is continually increasing.

Downloadable. China has used two main spatial policies to shape its geographic patterns of development: restricted labor mobility through the Hukou residential registration system and massive infrastructure investment, notably a 96, kilometer national expressway network.

This paper develops a structural new economic geography model to examine the impacts of these. In recent years, more and more literature has tried to explain the reason behind China's education inequality.

Hannum () summarized the political change in China and drew a comparison between urban and rural areas from tothe main finding was children in rural are lack of education according to the children in urban. Qian and Smyth () adopted Gini Cited by: Income inequality in China has risen rapidly in the past decades across regions, between rural and urban sectors, and within provinces.

The dynamics of divergence across these sub-national areas have taken the form of a "race to the top" - meaning that all segments of the population, including the poor with low education in lagging inland rural.

Downloadable. Studies of inequality in China typically ignore cost-of-living differences between areas. Under the Balassa-Samuelson effect, non-tradeables cost more in richer areas, so nominal inequality exceeds real inequality. This especially matters in China, where spatial cost-of-living differences should have increased with recent development of urban housing : Chao Li, John Gibson, Geua Boe‐Gibson.

In China, Russia, India, Mexico, and South Africa, as well as in most other developing and transition economies, spatial and regional inequality - of economic activity, incomes, and social.

What exactly is spatial inequality. Why does it matter. And what should be the policy response to it. These questions have become important in recent years as the spatial dimensions of inequality have begun to attract considerable policy interest.

In China, Russia, India, Mexico, and South Africa, as well as most other developing and transition economies, spatial and regional. A Spatial Analysis of Educational Inequality in Mainland China April 16th, Nine-year compulsory education is a basic national policy in China.

China’s fundamental National Bureau of Statistics of China, China Statistical Year Book The software used to draw. Under the direction of Ravi Kanbur and Tony Venables, the UNU-WIDER project on Spatial Disparities in Human Development drew together expertise from all regions of the globe in order to better understand the incidence, significance, and causes of spatial variations within countries, and to contribute to the global policy debate.

This book is a. Drawing on data from 25 countries from all regions of the world, this book addresses questions that have become very important in recent years, as the spatial dimensions of inequality have begun to attract considerable policy interest; what is spatial inequality.

Why does it matter. And what should be the policy response to it. In China, Russia, India, Mexico, and South Africa, as. Abstract China has used two main spatial policies to shape its geographic patterns of development: restricted labor mobility through the Hukou residential registration system and massive infrastructure investment, notably a 96, kilometer national expressway network.

In conclusion, Inequality and Public Policy in China is an insightful book that offers a valuable overview of the changes in China between and While not providing a new theoretical view on Chinese politics or Chinese political economy, it does contribute a great deal of empirical data to our understanding of recent changes in China.

Policy Research Working Papers > Hukou and Highways: The Impact of China's Spatial Development Policies on Urbanization and Regional Inequality Share Page. Spatial Disparities in Human Development spatial disparities in areas including China, Russia, and Central Asian countries. economists in the area of inequality and development studies.

In China, Russia, India, Mexico, and South Africa, as well as most other developing and transition economies, spatial and regional inequality—of economic activity, incomes, and social indicators—is on the l inequality is a dimension of overall inequality, but it has added significance when spatial and regional divisions align Author: Ravi Kanbur.

These questions have become important in recent years as the spatial dimensions of inequality have begun to attract considerable policy interest. In China, Russia, India, Mexico, and South Africa, as well as most other developing and transition economies, spatial and regional inequality - of economic activity, incomes, and social indicators Format: Hardcover.Inequality in Asia and the Pacific Asia’s rapid growth in recent decades has led to a significant reduction in extreme poverty, however this has also been accompanied by rising inequality in many countries.

This book, based on recent research undertaken at the Asian Development.Spatial inequality in education and health care in China. Xiaobo Zhang, Ravi Kanbur. Topics. Poverty. Countries. China. East Asia. Asia. Division: Development Strategy and Governance (DSGD) International Food Policy Research Institute.

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