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Labour Market Disparity, Poverty, and Inequality in Urban China
This paper examines poverty and income inequality in urban China by analysing recent survey data collected in four of the largest Chinese cities (1) . Using a number of quantitative measurements, including poverty indices and Gini coefficients, the paper investigates income poverty and inequality among three groups, namely urban locals, urban migrants, and rural migrants. The results strongly suggest that urban poverty and inequality are a serious issue and that rural migrants have become adoi:10.4000/chinaperspectives.5334 fatcat:twgkbx76gfcsdnn2arfhblrmsy