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China"s labor question

Christoph Scherrer

China"s labor question

by Christoph Scherrer

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Published by Rainer Hampp Verlag in München .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Industrial relations,
  • Social responsibility of business,
  • Labor policy,
  • Employees,
  • Labor,
  • Labor market,
  • Capitalism

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementChristoph Scherrer (ed.).
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD8736.5 .C4634 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 221 p. :
    Number of Pages221
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25135123M
    ISBN 103866183879
    ISBN 109783866183872
    LC Control Number2011518159
    OCLC/WorldCa758077461

    labor, which could dampen the negative pressures on employment as economic growth slows. At the same time, an expansion of the more labor-intensive services sector is genera ting more jobs. Unique features in China’s labor market—such as migrant flows and the employment of excess labor amongFile Size: 1MB. In her pivotal book, From Bondage to Contract: Wage Labor, Marriage, and the Market in the Age of Slave Emancipation, Amy Dru Stanley insightfully explores the ideological condition of the American labour market in the aftermath of the end of the Civil y Stanley remarks that the “American labor question was profoundly marked by the problem of slavery and emancipation.”(p

    The Dark Side of Labor in China. By Karine Lepillez. With a population of billion and a gross domestic product growing at an impressive rate of 10 percent per year, China has quickly become one of the largest contributors to the global market. The book focuses in particular on migrant workers— File Size: KB. This is a remarkably comprehensive, well-structured presentation of China’s political system. Starting from the question ‘Why China Challenges Popular Assumptions,’ the book gives perhaps the most lucid exposition of the structure of the CCP and government that I have seen. The sections on economic decision making are particularly insightful/5(6).

      China is sometimes called "The Red Dragon," but another, less common nickname for the world's third largest country is "The Kingdom of Bicycles." For some economists, the bicycle -- a vehicle that must keep moving to remain stable and maintain forward momentum -- is an apt metaphor for China's economy. For over three decades, China has had the world's fastest growing major . This is a book you won't find in Chinese libraries - it destroys the image of Mao Zedong as the benevolant leader of Communist China. It is a book full of tragedy, the so-called Great Leap Forward which took the lives of approximately 30 million Chinese people (some estimates even consider a death toll of 45 million) during the great famine 4/5.


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Work and labor relations, with a strong focus on China. His most recent book publication is: From Silicon Valley to Shenzhen.

Chinas labor question book production and work in the IT industry, Rowman and Littlefield (co-authored, forthcoming ). Liu Pan is an Associate Professor of Southwestern University of Finance and Economics in Size: 4MB. Local labor NGOs rarely approach incidents of serious coercion in forced labor terms.

Nobody knows the real extent, and surprisingly few, from. Labor Force for China from National Bureau of Statistics of the People's Republic of China for the China Statistical Yearbook release. This page provides forecast and historical data, charts, statistics, news and updates for China Labor Force.

Cheap labor created the Chinese miracle, which, in turn, can finally eliminate the cheap labor phenomenon. Economic growth during the past 20 years has led to a rapid increase in wages. Unfortunately three important books, Mr. Lionel Curtis The Capital Question of China, Mr. Owen Lattimore Manchuria, Cradle of Conflict, and Professor J.

Condliffe China To-day: Economic, appeared too late for us to make full use of them. It is not possible for us to. After reaching a record high inChina’s labor force shrank to around million people in A country’s labor force is defined as the total number of employable people and.

In the past two decades, China’s economic growth has been increasingly dependent on investment.1 To maintain the growth of investment, China must sustain a fairly high rate of profit, and the fall in labor’s share has been seen as a crucial factor to sustain profitability.2 Using a raw measure of labor’s share—the compensation of employees as a percent of GDP—as shown by the bottom Author: Hao Qi.

We see labor leaders, Rust Belt Democrats, right-wing Republicans, Chinese human-rights activists and a somewhat fringey array of economists, all Author: Andrew O'hehir. Ching wasn’t quite the founder of modern China labor studies—that honor probably belongs to the Australian writer Anita Chan—but Against the Law is the first full-scale study of the Chinese working class as a whole.

10 The book contrasted what she described as the “rustbelt” of state-owned industries, mostly in central and northern. Its Communist ideals aside, China hasn't exactly been known as a bastion of workers' rights.

But the country's new labor regulations—which took effect Jan.1—are designed to better protect. She researches migrant workers from rural households, and we are free labor.

Question 3: What year did you leave your home to come work in the city. , again, even China’s Regional Development: Review and Prospect, our teacher calls it “The Book on Development”, states.

PDF | On Jan 2,Hao Qi and others published The Labor Share Question in China | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGateAuthor: Hao Qi. China’s Deputy Minister of Labor and Social Services, Sun Baoshu, in a statement released by the China News Agency on March 9th said, “Whether to amend the new contract law or not is not a question.

The question right now is how to enforce this new law effectively.”. Surprise. Making goods in China isn't actually that cheap. These days, China's labor costs are only 4% cheaper than those in the U.S. when productivity is factored in, according to. The book breaks new ground - no one has ever gone down the pharmaceutical product rabbit hole before.

The author manages to get interviews from industry players from a variety of perspectives - American pharmaceutical scientists displaced by outsourcing to China - also, lawyers, consultants, academics, think tanks and others with inside knowledge/5(96).

The Labor Question in China: Apple and Beyond The Routledge Companion to Labor and Media is the first book to bring together representative research from the diverse body of scholarly work Author: Ralph Litzinger. At the outset of the reforms inChina was poor.

It had a GDP per capita level similar to Zambia – lower than half of the Asian average and lower than two thirds of the African experienced an average GDP growth of close to 10% per year untilraising per capita GDP almost fold, from current US Dollars () to 7, US Dollars inlifting million.

The China Academy of Social Sciences published its latest report, “Green Book of Population and Labor,” which forecasts that China’s population would reach billion by and then.

He is currently working on two book projects, Migrant Futures: Education and Labor in Global China, and Black Lung: An Ethnography of Dust, a collaborative project with former students, miners and labor activists in China. FromLitzinger directed Duke’s Asia/Pacific Studies Institute. Today, a new, but very different, “two Chinas” question is emerging.

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China's Labor Problem In 2 Charts. Sam Ro. TZ The letter F. An envelope. It indicates the ability to send an email. An image of a chain link. It symobilizes a website link url. Author: Sam Ro.Excellent book on 19th century American labor history.

Currarino argues that during the 19th century the "labor question" moved to the forefront in a national discourse, and that this discourse addressed America's concern over how democracy would survive permanent class divisions/5. Under the rule of the Qing Dynasty, China was the most powerful nation in the East for nearly three centuries.

But losing the First Sino-Japanese War Author: Lorraine Boissoneault.