Chinese Rural Migrants in Urban Enterprises : Three Perspectives
A suvey of rural migrants employed in enterprises in four Chinese cities is analysed. The process of migration is analysed from three perspectives : that of the rural migrants themselves, of their urban employers, and of the government. They survey results are combined with marcroeconomic projects to consider the future of migration in China.
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