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《China Soft Science》 2011-03
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The Economic Development of Involuntary Migrants:an Analysis Based on Human Capital Changes

SHI Zhi-lei,YANG Yun-yan,TIAN Yan-ping(Research Institute of Population and Region,Zhongnan University of Economics and Law,Wuhan 430073,China)  
Studies carried out during recent decades have greatly contributed to delineating the impacts of settlement environments and institutional arrangements on economic development of involuntary migrants.This paper,however,mainly focuses on the effects of human capitals.China's labor market went through a series of important changes with the country's reform and opening up.As for involuntary migrants,these changes bring about some economic and policy constrains in the migration process,which means that their own human capitals will play an increasingly important role.Based on a sampling survey investigated in Danjiangkou Reservoir and Three Gorges Reservoir involuntary migrants respectively,this paper demonstrates that some human capital factors are helpful for involuntary migrants to restore their economic statuses.While comparing with non-migrants,some human capital factors of involuntary lost their effectiveness which could be summarized as human capital failure.And the situation of ineffectiveness is different with the different transplanting time,which is much worse in the beginning of transplanting.The human capital factors will be much effective for migrant economy in a consummate human resource market.
【Fund】: 教育部哲学社会科学研究重大课题攻关项目“南水北调工程与中部地区经济社会可持续发展研究”(05JZD00017) 教育部人文科基金项目“强制性社会变迁对其目标群体收入的影响及相关政策研究:以工程移民为例”(09YJC790257);; 湖北省教育厅人文社会科学研究重点项目(2009d022)
【CateGory Index】: D632.4
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