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《Population Research》 2009-01
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Governance of Imbalanced Sex Ratio and the Reference to China of the Asian Countries or Regions Featured with Female Dearth

Wei Yan, Li Shuzhuo and Yang Xueyan Wei Yan is Associate Professor and Director, Population Institute of Xi'an College of Finance and Economics; Li Shuzhuo is Professor and Director,and Yang Xueyan is Associate Professor,Institute of Population and Development, Xi'an Jiaotong University.  
Using special survey data of four Asian countries and regions (Korea, Taiwan, India and Pakistan) which are featured with female dearth and related research fruits, this article compares the trends, causes and consequences of the unbalanced sex ratio between the four countries and regions, and introduces the direct governance measures, the endeavors to cultural and institutional changes, and the campaigns and public governance of improving the girls' living environment and the women's social position. Finally the article summarizes their experiences and models, providing China with references and intervention strategies for the governance of the unbalanced sex ratio.
【Fund】: 国家社科基金(项目号:07CRK003);; “长江学者”奖励计划;; 国家软科学基金(项目号:2006GXS2B041);; 美国福特基金(项目号:1050-1037)资助
【CateGory Index】: C924.3
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