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Income and Inequality in China: Composition, Distribution and Growth of Household Income, 1988 to 1995

The first comprehensive effort to estimate household income and its distribution in China according to standard international definitions was made for the year 1988 by an international group of economists working with members of the host institution, the Economics Institute of the Chinese Academy of... Full description

Journal Title: China Quarterly 1998-06, Vol.154 (154), p.221-253
Main Author: Khan, Azizur Rahman
Other Authors: Riskin, Carl
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  • Housing subsidies
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  • Income distribution
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  • Income inequality
  • Inequality
  • Market prices
  • Net income
  • Per capita
  • Rental income
  • Rental value
  • Share distribution of income
  • Social research
  • Subsidies
  • Wages & salaries
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