One country, two societies : rural-urban inequality in contemporary China / edited by Martin King Whyte.

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Published: Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2010.
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Series:Harvard contemporary China series ; 16.
Format: Book
Table of Contents:
  • The paradoxes of rural-urban inequality in contemporary China / Martin King Whyte
  • Small-town China : a historical perspective on rural-urban relations / Hanchao Lu
  • Rural migrant workers and China's differential citizenship : a comparative institutional analysis / Wu Jieh-min
  • How large is China's urban-rural income gap? / Terry Sicular ... [et al.]
  • Reestimating the income gap between urban and rural households in China / Li Shi and Luo Chuliang
  • Rural-urban disparities in access to primary and secondary education under market reforms / Emily Hannum, Meiyan Wang, and Jennifer Adams
  • Disparities in health care and health status : the rural-urban gap and beyond / Winnie Yip
  • The narrowing digital divide : a view from rural China / Rachel Murphy
  • The impact of variations in urban registration within cities / Li Limei and Li Si-ming
  • Boundaries of inequality : perceptions of distributive justice among urbanites, migrants, and peasants / Wang Feng
  • Rural prejudice and gender discrimination in China's urban job market / Lei Guang and Fanmin Kong
  • Gender and citizenship inequality: the story of two migrant women / Arianne Gaetano
  • Ethnicity, rurality, and status : Hukou and the institutional and cultural determinants of social status in Tibet / Xiaojiang Hu and Miguel A. Salazar
  • Bringing the city back in : the Chinese debate on rural problems / Lei Guang
  • Renovating the great floodgate : the reform of China's Hukou system / Fei-ling Wang.