China & World Economy
© Institute of World Economics and Politics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Editor: Yongding Yu; Managing Editor: Xiaoming Feng
Impact Factor: 0.519
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2011: 205/321 (Economics)
Online ISSN: 1749-124X
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China's Approach to Rebalancing: A Conceptual and Policy Framework
Luke Deer and Ligang Song
Rising Inequality in China and the Move to a Balanced Economy
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Foreign Value-added in China's Manufactured Exports: Implications for China's Trade Imbalance
Jun Zhang, Dongbo Tang and Yubo Zhan
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The latest special issue of China & World Economy looks at the tightening labor markets, rising wage rates and emergence of a new era in China’s economic development, as well as contributing to the debate on the seriousness of inequality in China:
Guest Editors' Words
Linxiu Zhang and Scott Rozelle
China's Labor Transition and the Future of China's Rural Wages and Employment
Qiang Li, Jikun Huang, Renfu Luo and Chengfang Liu
Neglected Rural Public Health Issue: The Case of Intestinal Roundworms
Linxiu Zhang, Yingping Cai, Xiaobing Wang, Xiaochen Ma, Alexis Medina, D. Scott Smith and Scott Rozelle
Meeting the Health-care Needs of the Rural Elderly: The Unique Role of Village Doctors
Kimberly Singer Babiarz, Hongmei Yi and Renfu Luo
Roots of Tomorrow's Digital Divide: Documenting Computer Use and Internet Access in China's Elementary Schools Today
Yihua Yang, Xiao Hu, Qinghe Qu, Fang Lai, Yaojiang Shi, Matthew Boswell and Scott Rozelle
Impact of a Senior High School Tuition Relief Program on Poor Junior High School Students in Rural China
Xinxin Chen, Yaojiang Shi, Di Mo, James Chu, Prashant Loyalka and Scott Rozelle
How Are Secondary Vocational Schools in China Measuring up to Government Benchmarks?
Hongmei Yi, Linxiu Zhang, Chengfang Liu, James Chu, Prashant Loyalka, May Maani and Jianguo Wei
This special issue of China & World Economy looks at China’s demographic dividend and its implications for socio-economic development:
Population Change and Resulting Slowdown in Potential GDP Growth in China
Fang Cai and Yang Lu
Inequality in Intergenerational Mobility of Education in China
Jane Golley and Sherry Tao Kong
China between Economic Growth and Mass Immigration
End of the First Demographic Dividend and Possible Labor Market Response in China and Other Asian Countries
Naohiro Ogawa and Qiulin Chen
Demographic Origins of the Great Recession: Implications for China
Rafael Gomez and Danielle Lamb
About the journal
China & World Economy was launched in 1993 by the Institute of World Economics and Politics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS). It is the only English-language journal in China devoted to the topic of the Chinese economy. The journal aims to provide foreign readers with an objective, impartial, analytical and up-to-date account of the problems faced and progress made by China in its interaction with the world economy. Among its contributors are many distinguished Chinese economists from both academic and government circles. As such, it has become a unique window on China and is essential reading for all those concerned with China's development.
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