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In the decades since 1978, when China initiated economic reform, the country's income distribution structure has substantially changed. Unlike the majority of existing studies that use individuals' social network as a key indicator to explain their income in urban China, we contend that social network is an important mechanism that influences income distribution. Using the 2009 Social Networks and Job Search Survey, this study adopts a social capital perspective to investigate how the impact offatcat:6o25engxfbfq7f3boid6boxnlq