Guest Editor's Introduction
The eleven selections translated here all relate to the growing inequalities that have surfaced in China during the reform period. They cover individual inequalities, regional inequalities, and the rural-urban gap. Since all but one of the articles appeared in restricted circulation journals the selections offer more commentary and analysis on government policy than is commonly the case with this sensitive issue. Except for Selection 11, which was published in a pro-Beijing Hong Kong magazine, all the selections derive from People's Republic of China publications intended for academics and policymakers.
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Volume (Year): 29 (1996)
Issue (Month): 6 (November)
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