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中國統計年鑒 Zhong-guo Tong Ji Nian Jian (China Statistical Yearbook) (+) China Statistical Yearbook is an annual statistics publication, which covers very comprehensive data series in the year covered and some selected data series in historically important years and the most recent ten years at national level and local levels of province, autonomous region, and municipalities. SSB () Zhongguo Chengshi Tongji Nianjian (China Urban Statistical Yearbook ). Beijing: China Statistical Publishing House and China Statistical Cited by:
Zhongguo tongji nianjian (Statistical yearbook of China “The Current Status and the Trend of Change of the Employed Labor Force in China.” pp. –12 in Dangdai Zhongguo Renkou (Contemporary Chinese population), edited by Jinxin Sun, Huaiyang Sun, and Weimin Zhang. Beijing: China Census Bureau and State Statistics Bureau. Tongji University Press. © TongJi University Press.
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Abstract. An important part of Sen’s recent World Development article on food and freedom is devoted to examining the consequences of China’s rural reforms of the late s and early s (Sen, ???). Sen believes that, despite rapid growth of output in the post-reform period, there is disturbing evidence that China was less able after the reforms than before them to provide its rural Cited by: 1.
2 See Zhongguo renkou tongji nianjian, p.Zhongguo tongji nianjian,p.and Harry Xiaoying Wu, “Rural to Urban Migration in the People’s Republic of China,” China Quarterly (September ), pp.
– THE LOST GENERATION_FA02_17Juneindd 19/6/13 PMCited by: 9. History Tang to Yuan dynasties. During the Tang dynasty, the ancient Uyghur Kingdom and the Tang government had close relations and large numbers of ancient Uyghurs of Mongolia including merchants and soldiers migrated to Youzhou (modern Beijing).
The Tang governor of Youzhou, Zhu Tao, who rebelled against the Tang dynasty inhad a Uyghur wife and 3, Uyghur cavalry under his. Zhongguo renkou tongji nianjian (Yearbook of Demographic Statistics in China).
Beijing: Zhongguo shehui kexue chubanshe, since Zhongguo tongji nianjian (Statistical Yearbook of China). Beijing: Zhongguo tongji chubanshe, since Zhonghua renmin gongheguo jiaoyu dashiji, – (Chronicle of Educa-tion in the PRC, –).Cited by: 9.
China Tertiary Sector Statistical Yearbook (Zhongguo disan chanye tongji nianjian). The first issue of the bilingual China Population and Employment Statistical Yearbook (Zhongguo renkou he jiuye tongji nianjian) appeared in Zhongguo renkou nianjian [Population Yearbook of China].
Institute of Population Studies, CASS, ed. Zhongguo tongji nianjian [China Statistical Yearbook]. Zhongguo tongjizhu [Chinese Bureau of Statistics), ed.
Zhongguo renkou yu laodong wenti haogao (Report on popu-lation and labor issues in China,a.k.a. Green Book on Population and Labour), Beijing: Shehui kexue wenxian chubanshe. Google Scholar Cheng, Enjiang and Xu Zhong. Author: Robert Ash. China is home to 55 recognized minority groups including Tibetans, Muslim Uygurs, Mongolians, and Koreans.
This insightful study looks at the status of minorities in China throughout the twentieth century, placing particular emphasis on population growth and decline, the implementation of central government policies aimed towards them, economic development, and their international relations.
TFRs for – are calculated based on age-specific fertility data published in National Bureau of Statistics of China, Zhongguo renkou (yu jiuye) tongji nianjian (China Population (and Employment) Statistics Yearbook (–)) (Beijing: China Statistics Press).Cited by: Abstract This paper considers the issue of labor and labor regimes in China from a micro angle.
It aims at identifying how individuals in today’s China relate to work and labor. The registered population of Beijing Municipality consists of people holding either Beijing permanent residence hukou permits or temporary residence permits.
The census revealed that the official total population in Beijing was 19, representing a 44% increase over the last decade. Inthe population of the urban core was million, percent of the total municipal. This chapter addressed the patterns of China’s current fertility using data drawn mainly from the population census.
In spite of some remaining uncertainty concerning their accuracy, it appears that all the recent available sources of data nonetheless converge to indicate that China’s fertility dropped below replacement level in the early s, and continued to decline in the prosportsfandom.com by: 3.
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Mar 01, · Book manuscript. Lee, James and Wong, R. Bin. Forthcoming. “Population Movements in Qing China and Their Linguistic Legacy.” Zhongguo renkou nianjian [China's population yearbook] Beijing: Zhongguo tongji chubanshe. State Council Population Census Office and State Statistical Bureau Department of Population Statistics.
Cited by: Guojia Tongjiju Renkou he Shehui Keji Tongjisi, ed., Zhongguo renkou tongji nianjian / China Population Statistics Yearbook: ZZWY: 3 References to earlier dynastic periods in this book are offered to demonstrate that some processes in late imperial China clearly originate in.
Use italics for book titles, double quotation marks for articles; italics for album titles, double quotation marks for song titles. Zhongguo. renkou. tongji. nianjian. [China population statistics yearbook ]. Beijing: Zhongguo tongji chubanshe, Notes and Bibliography: Sample Citations.
The Chicago Manual of Style Online. Feb 12, · A crucial element in China's modernization effort is the control of population growth. Months before the historic Third Plenum of the 11th Communist Party Congress in Decemberthe leadership decided that only a drastic limitation of fertility would ensure achievement of its economic goals for the year Cited by: Aron, RaymondPaix et guerre entre les prosportsfandom.com: Calmann-Levy.
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Zhongguo Tongji Nianjian (Statistical Yearbook of China ) () Zhongguo Tongji Chubanse, Beijing. Zhongguo Tongli Nianjian (Statistical Yearbook of China ) () Zhongguo Tongji Chubanse, prosportsfandom.com by: Population dynamics can be read as an outcome as well as a determinant of regional development.
Using the national census data in andwe employ the simultaneous equation models to. Jul 16, · Source: National Bureau of Statistics of China, Zhongguo renkou he jiuye tongji nianjian (China Population & Employment Statistics Book ), Beijing, China Statistics Press,pp.
21– Full size image. Another factor is a deliberate state encouragement for self-employment. This was already the case in the late s when state Author: Gilles Guiheux.Challenging Myths about China’s One-Child Policy • confusion and myths remain, not only among the public but also in scholarly publications.Zhongguo Xiandai Wenxue Xuandu (Chinese Edition) [Jingang Ge] on prosportsfandom.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying prosportsfandom.com: Jingang Ge.