Migration and development in China: Introduction
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AbstractMigration and development are two highly interdependent processes. In China, economic reforms have unleashed over 200 million migrants who have moved across the county, and they have contributed to growth and changes in the destination cities and places of origin. Indeed, post reform development in China has been a dynamic process through which remarkable economic success has been witnessed, but people’ s productivity, creativity, and choices have also broadened. Aer 30 years of rapid economic growth and urbanization, China’ s level of urbanization surpassed 50 percent, and its economy is entering a period of “new normal” with slower economic growth but greater attention to growth quality, social equality, environmental protection, and sustainable development. It is important to understand the relationship between migration and development, which will be useful for development and migration policy making.
All Author(s) ListShen Jianfa, Xu Wei
Journal nameThe China Review
Volume Number16
Issue Number3
PublisherThe Chinese University Press
Place of PublicationHong Kong
Pages1 - 7
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
KeywordsMigration and Development, China

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