How to Resolve China's Income Distribution Issues
Yue Ximing;Renmin University of China;
This paper aims at exploring China's income distribution from perspectives of income gap and income inequalities. As for the income gap determined by market, aka the Gini coefficient of market income, there is no significant difference between China and the developed economies. Thus, it can be concluded that income gap should be mainly bridged by the government's income redistribution policy. Transfer expenditures for low-income people have the most obvious effect. Compared with income gap, income inequalities might cause more severe repercussions and are more difficult to be resolved.
【CateGory Index】： F124.7