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Selection Mechanism,Skill Premium and Population Migration:An Empirical Aalysis of the Floating Population Data National-wide Monitored Dynamically in China

YAN Pin;WANG Lu-jun;ZONG Zhen-li;School of Economics,Nankai University;  
This paper tests the self-selection hypothesis that low-skilled labor are more likely to migrate out from the areas with lower and undifferentiated income expectance to the areas with higher and differentiated income expectancy based on the floating data collected by dynamic monitoring national-wide in China.The test shows a contrary tendency against the self-selection hypothesis.The population with higher education and skills boast of comparatively are more likely to migrate and the regional income gap can decrease the migration rate because of the lower migration intention of the population with lower eduction.
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