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Intergenerational Mobility in China

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  • Kelly LABAR

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    In this paper, I study the intergenerational mobility of education and income in China. Using the CHNS database which gives information on parental educational attainment and income level, I show that there is a relatively high intergenerational mobility in China, compared to other developed and developing countries. Even if parents' social characteristics influence the child's ones, the transmission of parents' educational and income level remains low. Nevertheless, I stress a growing impact of parents' income on the determination of children educational attainment, what can be an increasing factor of income inequality in the future. Moreover, I emphasize that parents' farming activity plays an important and significant negative role in the child's educational level.

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    Paper provided by CERDI in its series Working Papers with number 200729.

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    Date of creation: 2007
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    Handle: RePEc:cdi:wpaper:930

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