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Agricultural labour and the incidence of surplus labour: Experience from China during reform
Kwan,Fung
2009
Source PublicationJournal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies
ABS Journal Level1
Volume7Issue:3Pages:341-361
Abstract

This paper contributes to the pool of studies of rural underemployment and revisits a number of estimates of surplus agricultural labour in China. The study is devoted to the conceptualization, identification and measurement of surplus at regional, provincial and national levels by a stochastic frontier functional specification. The analysis indicates that the existing size of agricultural surplus labour is still significantly large with the continued practice of the household registration system and China's WTO membership.

KeywordSurplus Labour Chinese Agricultural Labour Stochastic Frontier
DOIhttps://doi.org/10.1080/14765280903073215
Language英语
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CollectionDEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS
AffiliationUniversity of Macau,China
First Author AffilicationUniversity of Macau
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Kwan,Fung. Agricultural labour and the incidence of surplus labour: Experience from China during reform[J]. Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies,2009,7(3):341-361.
APA Kwan,Fung.(2009).Agricultural labour and the incidence of surplus labour: Experience from China during reform.Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies,7(3),341-361.
MLA Kwan,Fung."Agricultural labour and the incidence of surplus labour: Experience from China during reform".Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies 7.3(2009):341-361.
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