ByCarl Riskin, Zhao Renwei, Li Shih.
ByCarl Riskin, Zhao Renwei, Li Shih. First Published 2001. Introduction-The Retreat from Equality: Highlights of the Findings. Part I. Perspectives on Increasing Inequality. Increasing Income Inequality and Its Causes in China. A More Unequal China?
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Carl Riskin is an American economist, currently a distinguished Professor at Queens College. He is also teaching at Columbia University. Income and Inequality in China, A. R. Khan, K. Griffin, C. Riskin and Zhao Renwei, Household income and its distribution in China, The China Quarterly, No. 132 (12, 1992), pp. 1029–1061
1WITH the help of two national surveys, one among rural and the other among urban households, this collective work offers a detailed analysis of how income distribution evolved in China between 1988 and 1995
C. Riskin, R. Zhao and S. Li, ed. China’s Retreat from Equality-Income Distribution and Economic Transition. M. E. Sharpe, 2001, 222 p. Sylvie Démurger. 1WITH the help of two national surveys, one among rural and the other among urban households, this collective work offers a detailed analysis of how income distribution evolved in China between 1988 and 1995. The study put forward here can be read as a complement to two works published by Griffin and Zhao (1993) and Khan and Riskin (2001), the first of which presents the results of the 1988 survey and the second the results of the 1995 survey.
Carl Riskin, Zhao Renwei, Li Shih.
When China launched its economic reform 25 years ago. it was one of the most egalitarian societies in the world. inequality in the country has exceeded that found in most of its. Asian neighbours and in many transition economies. Such a steep rise in inequality in such a short period of time is highly unusual in human history. The past half-century has seen many hopes raised and some dashed, a succession of fears and false alarms, and both triumphs and calamities that were almost entirely unexpected.
By Carl Riskin, Zhao Renwei, Li Shih.
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