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Employment Migration's Differential Effects on Human Capital: A Case of the Yangtze River Delta

WANG Hai-yan,ZHU Bao-shu,CUI Hai-yingPopulation Research Institution,East China Normal University,Shanghai 200062  
With the rapid urbanization in China,population migration brings about increasing impacts on social economic life in the urban.Migration certainly causes the dynamic re-placement of human capital.Based on the data related to migration from the fifth national census in 2000,this article analyses employment migration in 16 cities of the Yangtze River Delta and finds employment migration has obviously differential effects on human capital,especially the differential effects on inside and outside Yangtze River Delta.Migration narrows the gap in human capital among the cities,especially the gap between Shanghai and the other 15 cities of the Yangtze River Delta.
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