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Job Mobility of Residents and Migrants in Urban China.

Abstract:

The large-scale reform of the state-owned sector and the development of a private sector in the 1990s changed the nature of employment in urban China. The system of allocated, lifelong jobs, denoted the iron rice bowl, that had previously prevailed under state planning was eroded, permitting more labor turnover and mobility. Using an urban household survey for 1999 that has rich data on job duration and job change, we analyze inter-firm mobility in the urban labor market, its evolution, and i...

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John Knight More by this author
Linda Yueh More by this author
Journal:
Journal of Comparative Economics
Volume:
32
Publication date:
2004
URN:
uuid:684a50a1-de54-4c1a-b1d4-4153c952dcda
Local pid:
oai:economics.ouls.ox.ac.uk:10845
Language:
English

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