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Income Inequality And Social Stratification: The Effect Of Market Versus State In Transitional Urban China, Qiong Wu
The rise of inequality in China is one of the most serious social problems in the reform era in China. Previous studies have debated the relative importance of human capital, political capital, and other factors in determining personal income. By using a new dataset from 2006 China General Social Survey (CGSS2006), I replicate earlier tests to measure whether the market or state has more impact on incomes as a way to the competing hypotheses related to human versus political capital.
The results of the ordinary least squares regression analysis show no significance in party membership, state ownership, and work experience ...