|Type||Journal Article - econstor|
|Title||Regional Income Inequality in Rural China, 1985-2002: Trends, Causes and Policy Implications|
This paper depicts the trend of regional inequality in rural China for the period 1985-
2002. The total inequality is decomposed into the so-called within- and betweencomponents
when China is divided into three regional belts (east, central and west). A
regression-based accounting framework is then used to explore root sources of the rising
inequality. Policy implications are discussed.
|»||China - Rural Household Survey 2002|