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The China Population and Labor Yearbook, Volume 2
文章作者:Cai Fang,Wang Meiyan,Wang Dewen  发布时间:2010-12-29 14:06:22

 

Chief Editor: Cai Fang            

Associate Editors: Wang Meiyan and Wang Dewen

This English-language volume is an edited collection including several translations of articles from the 2008 and 2009 Chinese-language volumes of the Green Book of Population and Labor. In this second volume of the yearbook series, demographic scholar and economist Cai Fang offers policy guidance to the central government for an era of less favorable demographic circumstances than those experienced in the past. These papers consider how the Chinese economy can prosper despite a labor supply that is no longer “infinite,” and they propose ways that China might reap the benefits of a “second demographic dividend.”

Table of contents

Introduction
William Lavely

PART ONE
POPULATION CHANGES AND THE
SUSTAINABILITY OF ECONOMIC GROWTH

Future Population Dividends: New Sources of Economic Growth
Cai Fang
Population Dividend: Continue or Alter?
Qu Yue, Cai Fang, and Du Yang
Employment Expansion: The Anti-Cycle Strategy with Chinese Characteristics
Cai Fang and Wang Meiyan

PART TWO
EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND REFORM

Composition and Development of the Chinese Education System
Wang Guangzhou and Niu Jianlin
Educational Resource Integration
Du Yang
Providing an Education for Left-Behind and Migrant Children
Gao Wenshu
Reform and Development of Vocational Education
Wang Dewen
Direction of Continuing Educational Development in China
Zhao Rui and Gao Wenshu

PART THREE
INSTITUTIONAL CONSTRUCTION AND REFORM

Rethinking China’s Pension Reform: Relevance of International Experiences
Cai Fang
Social Security for Migrant Workers: Present Situation and Direction of Reform
Wang Dewen
Future Prospects of Household Registration System Reform
Wang Meiyan and Cai Fang
Retirement System for Migrant Workers: Mode and Theories
Du Yang and Qu Xiaobo

 

文章出处:Brill