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Economic development with limited supplies of family labor: Chinese peasant families in balancing demographic and economic requisites



Economic development with limited supplies of family labor: Chinese peasant families in balancing demographic and economic requisites



Korea Journal of Population and Development 20(1): 47-76



In the absence of alternative organizations for efficient economic management in the countryside, the Chinese state decided to rehabilitate the peasant family as the core organization of rural production activities. While rural reform measures have provided peasant families with unexpectedly favourable economic opportunities, the simultaneously strengthened birth control policy has created an ironic shortage of family labour.

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