上海市就業調査にみる二重労働市場の変容 [in Japanese] The structural change of urban labor market in Shanghai, China [in Japanese]
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In recent years, the policy about peasant migrants (nongmingong) and the relation between supply and demand in the urban labor market are changing in China. In this paper, we analyze empirically how the conventional dual labor market changed, using two datasets conducted by ourselves in Shanghai in 2003 and 2009. In section 1, we explain the extraction method of employment investigation, the number of sample, and the features of our datasets. With Section 2, we describe the situations about job change, salary of peasant migrants and local residents in the labor market, and see the similarity or difference between the two groups. In Section 3, we estimate the wage function of peasant migrants and local residents, and clarify metrically the influence of individual attributes, human capital, and institutions on salary. Throughout the empirical analysis, we examine how the dual labor market in Shanghai has changed.
- St. Andrew's University bulletin of the Research Institute
St. Andrew's University bulletin of the Research Institute 36(2), 47-63, 2011-01