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A culture of Kinship : Chinese Genealogies as a Source for Research in Demographic Economics - CORRIGENDUM

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  • Carol H. SHIUE

    (University of Colorado, NBER, CEPR)

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On page 476 of the text, in the second paragraph it states: “In comparison, the percent of individuals who can be linked in the Chinese Eight Banner Registers is 14.54% or 24.76% for one generation, depending on whether one considers Liaoning or Heilongjiang Province [Dong et al. (2015)].” This should instead read: “In comparison, the percent of individuals who can't be linked in the Chinese Eight Banner Registers is 14.54% or 24.76% for one generation, depending on whether one considers Liaoning or Heilongjiang Province [Dong et al. (2015)].”

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  • Carol H. SHIUE, 2017. "A culture of Kinship : Chinese Genealogies as a Source for Research in Demographic Economics - CORRIGENDUM," JODE - Journal of Demographic Economics, Cambridge University Press, vol. 83(3), pages 377-377, September.
  • Handle: RePEc:ctl:louvde:v:83:y:2017:i:3:p:377
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