|Statement||Sidney Goldstein and Alice Goldstein.|
|Series||Papers of the East-West Population Institute,, no. 117|
|LC Classifications||HB2114.A3 G645 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 52 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||52|
|LC Control Number||91007663|
Patterns of migration in China since the establishment of the People's Republic have differed considerably from those in other countries. Three features are of particular note: the extent of government intervention in the process, the uncertainty concerning magnitude (owing to ambiguous definitions), and the prominent role played by temporary movement. A unique feature of migration in China is its two-track system, one consisting of permanent migration and temporary migration. This article examines whether and how hukou reforms and the. Using data from China’s Fifth National Census of , we analyze the dynamics of China’s inter-provincial permanent and temporary migration streams for the – period. Mar 30, · In addition to its richness of information, the book also provides a© by Universityr ofHawai'i Pressgood view ofChina's population migration from different angles, including historical changes in the patterns ofmigration, migration motivation, permanent and temporary migration differentials, interregional migration, economic adjustment Author: Fei Guo.
Migration and urbanization in China. / Ma Xia --An overview of the pattern of internal migration and reasons for migrating / Wang Weizhi --Permanent and temporary migration differentials / Sidney Goldstein and Alice Goldstein --Inter-regional migration to cities and towns Permanent and temporary migration differentials. This article examines the impact of economic reforms on the volume and characteristics of permanent migration in Zhejiang Province, China. The data suggest that the new economic policy induced a su Cited by: 1. Aug 11, · How temporary migration is changing Australia – and the world the starting point for a consistent liberal response to temporary migration must be a pathway to permanent residence that is Author: Peter Mares. 1. Author(s): Goldstein,S; Goldstein,A Title(s): Permanent and temporary migration differentials in China/ S. Goldstein, A. Goldstein. Country of Publication: United.
In addition, it is emphasized that permanent migration and temporary migration in the years after economic reform have served to complement each other, and in combination have come to resemble more closely migration patterns in developing countries where such movement is unrestricted by government policy. Gender differentials are also happyplacekidsgym.com by: An Overview of the Pattern of Internal Migration and Reasons for Migrating / Wang Weizhi Ch. 3. Permanent and Temporary Migration Differentials /Sidney Goldstein and Alice Goldstein Ch. 4. Inter-Regional Migration to Cities and Towns / Zheng Zizhen Ch. 5. Jun 17, · If temporary migration does outstrip permanent migration in future, then there may be a mismatch between the settlement places available and the number of aspiring residents who will have already invested significantly – both financially and psychologically – in a life in Australia. Illustration 4: Migration within China Internal migration within China In China, there is a clear pattern of internal migration from the rural areas to the urban areas and, with the exception of Xinjiang (in the extreme west), from the central provinces to the eastern provinces.