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China"s Population and Development

by Tian Xueyuan and Zhou Liping (Author)

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Published by China Intercontinental Press .
Written in English


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FormatPaperback
Number of Pages135
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Open LibraryOL13045300M
ISBN 107508504410
ISBN 109787508504414

Population and Development Review seeks to advance knowledge of the relationships between population and social, economic, and environmental change and provides a forum for discussion of related issues of public tion and Development Review is published quarterly.. The journal contains: Articles on advances in theory and application, policy analysis, sociographic studies, and. To meet requirements of reform and opening-up,China Forestry Statistical Yearbook has been annually published since The year-book,as a reference tool,is used to help people from all walks of life at home and abroad to understand forestry construction and development in the grassland administration was combined into former State.

A giant screen shows news footage of Chinese President Xi Jinping at the closing session of the National People’s Congress in Beijing, China, (Tingshu Wang/Reuters) To the West. To mark 40 years of reform and development in China (–), this book brings together the work of many of the world’s leading scholars on the Chinese economy. In 31 separate contributions, they reflect and present views on policy reform, economic growth .

China, officially the People's Republic of China, is the largest country in the world January , the Chinese Government released data confirming that the population of China was an impressive 1,,,, although this does not include Taiwan, Hong Kong and of September , that number had grown even further to 1,,, Table 1, which traces China’s population over the last two millennia, is based on these census and registration counts, adjusted when necessary [1]. A striking feature of China’s demographic history is that the population apparently fluctuated between 37 and 60 million for a .


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China"s Population and Development by Tian Xueyuan and Zhou Liping (Author) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Population and Development Review "The detailed analysis of the social issues associated with birth control, migration, public health, gender and demographic changes reflects nuanced understanding of the social contexts of population in by: 1.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: color illustrations ; 22 cm. Contents: Developments after the "Sudden Braking" --China's Population Today, Chinas Population and Development book Characteristics A Brief Look at China's Population Today Review of Population Changes in History Population Development Trends --Unveiling the Mystery of Distribution Imbalance.

The China Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) published its latest edition of the "Green Book of Population and Labor," revealing that the country's population is expected to reach billion.

This book is among the first studies to raise and examine questions on low fertility in China, believing that China has entered a new era featured by low birth rate and ageing population. Utilizing advanced research methods and models on low fertility to analyze China’s census data, this book explores the issues from various perspectives.

The demographics of China demonstrate a large population with a relatively small youth component, partially a result of China's one-child 's population reached 1 billion in As of NovemberChina's population stood at billion, the largest of any country in the ing to the census, % of the population was Han Chinese, and % were Growth rate: % ( est.) (th).

Over the last few decades, China's population growth had been slowed by its one-child policy, in effect since The government introduced the policy as part of a wider program of economic reform. But because of the imbalance between the aging population and number of young people, China changed its policy effective for to allow two children to be born per family.

The government enacted an aggressive birth-planning program to control the size of the country’s population, which it viewed as growing too fast.

A Wave of Socio-Economic Reforms: From onward, China worked on opening up. The Grand Theater in Shanghai, the largest city in China with over 20 million citizens.

Shanghai was a multinational hub of finance and business in the 's before its development and prosperity were set back by half a century of Communism. The lecture notes on population and Development Provide information on demographic concepts, current trends of population growth, patterns and text books.

The lecture notes are primarily prepared for health - China in about B.C. - USA in A.D - Egypt in about B.C. This thought-provoking study measures and critically examines the effects that an average population growth rate of % could have on the development of the Arab Gulf States. It questions the ability of Gulf governments to continue providing relatively high standards of education, health and employment under conditions of rapid population growth, an undiversified economic base, and.

The journal, hosted by China Population and Development Research Center, draws on the energetic and resourceful Chinese research community as well as in close contact with the Asian research community in the area, features the Asian perspective on the field of population studies.

InThe People’s Republic of China (PRC) introduced its controversial one-child-per-family policy in an attempt to control its rapid population growth. The policy remains an extraordinary national effort to control and engineer societal development and human reproductive behavior.

China The Human Capital Index (HCI) database provides data at the country level for each of the components of the Human Capital Index as well as for the overall index, disaggregated by gender.

The index measures the amount of human capital that a child born today can expect to attain by given the risks of poor health and poor education. China - China - Population distribution: China’s complex natural conditions have produced an unevenly distributed population.

Population density varies strikingly, with the greatest contrast occurring between the eastern half of China and the lands of the west and the northwest.

Exceptionally high population densities occur in the Yangtze delta, the Pearl River Delta, and on the Chengdu. Family policy and the growth of the population in China have been the subject of continuous attention for many years, but there was no research which provided an overall view of the policies and outcomes for these areas.

This remarkable work by the German demographer Thomas Scharping, on birth control and demography in China from tofills this gap.

The second category targeted under the 9-year compulsory education law consisted of towns and villages with medium-level development (around 50 percent of China's population), where universal education was expected to reach the junior-middle-school level by Technical and higher education was projected to develop at the same rate.

and opening policies inChina has become one of the world’s fastest-growing major economies. With the GDP growth rate averaging between 7% and 8% a year in recent decades, China has become the world’s second largest economy by nominal total GDP (World Bank, ).

Despite China’s emergence as one of the world’s most. With a population of nearly billion and 50% of the world’s livestock, China’s ecology poses a risk for emerging, re-emerging, and novel diseases that could threaten China, the U.S., and the rest of the world.

China's growth has reduced poverty. Only % of the population lives below the poverty line, set at 2, yuan.   China contains about 20% of the world's population.   As its people get richer, they will consume more. Companies will try to sell to this market, the largest in the world, and tailor their products to Chinese tastes.

3 Two con⁄icting views on population and development 4 From stagnation to growth (Harvard Kennedy School) Hillel Rapoport PEDSpring 25 / From stagnation to growth As we have seen in the previous chapter, for millennia population growth remained low.

Get this from a library! China's agenda white paper on China's population, environment, development in the 21st century: adopted at the 16th Executive Meeting of the State Council of the People's Republic of China on 25 March [China. Guo wu yuan.].History.

The development of farming over the course of China's history has played a key role in supporting the growth of what is now the largest population in the world.

Analysis of stone tools by Professor Liu Li and others has shown that hunter-gather–19, years ago ground wild plants with the same tools that would later be used for millet and rice.A particular strength of the book is the measured and balanced account of the state's role in shaping population dynamics.

For fertility, the later‐longer‐fewer campaign of the s was a major force in speeding China's fertility transition; the effect of the subsequent one‐child policy, however, was entangled with the effects of the.