Migration, urban population growth and regional disparity in China

Abstract : The main objective of this paper is to study the determinants of city population growth in China during the 1990s', as well as the determinants of migrations towards cities, which constitutes the main source of urban population growth in this period. A second objective is to identify regional differences in the urban growth and migrations, that is, whether urban growth and migration patterns are different between coastal and inland provinces. Additionally, we are interested in the differences between temporary and permanent migrations towards urban areas.
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Mary-Françoise Renard, Zelai Xu, Nong Zhu. Migration, urban population growth and regional disparity in China. 2011. ⟨halshs-00556981⟩

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