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International Advisory Board: CAI Fang, CASS, Kam Wing CHAN, University of Washington, William LAVELY, University of Washington
This yearbook, the English version of the Chinese Green Book of Population and Labor （人口与劳动绿皮书）, examines current developments in the Chinese demographic transition and its implications, especially for the labor market. Each annual report is a collection of articles written by demographers and ...
This collection of Akira Hayami’s writings in English brings together for the first time an invaluable resource of comparative primary data on the demographic history of Japan. It contains twenty key essays in five parts: Tokugawa Japan, Demography through Telescope, Demography through ...
David Gullette University of Cambridge
This book explores the conceptions of genealogy, kinship and ‘tribalism’ in the intertwined construction of personhood and national identity in the Kyrgyz Republic. It makes an important contribution to several theoretical and regional debates.
Chief Editor: Cai Fang. Associate Editor: Wang Meiyan
This English-language volume is an edited collection of articles from the 2010 Chinese-language volume of the Green Book of Population and Labor. It examines recent developments in the Chinese demographic transition and its implications, especially for the labor market.
Chief Editor: Cai Fang. Associate Editors: Wang Meiyan and Wang Dewen
This English-language volume is an edited collection including several translations of articles from the 2008 and 2009 Chinese-language volumes of the Green Book of Population and Labor. Demographic scholar and economist Cai Fang offers policy guidance to the central government for an era of ...
Chief Editor: Cai Fang; Deputy Chief Editor: Du Yang
This yearbook is a collection of important articles by demographers and economists from CASS and other top research and policy institutes in China. Several of the articles in this volume are based on major labor and population surveys carried out in recent years.
David Prendergast University of Sheffield
This insightful account of the treatment and provision for an ageing population in South Korea adds considerably to the literature in what is happening in the fusion between older Korean culture and modern Western individualism.
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