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The Effect of The Household Registration System on Educational Expenditure of The Rural-Urban Migrant Households

HE Jing-tong;LIAO Zhi-dong;ZONG Zhen-li;The Institute of Economics,Nankai University;  
Based on the data of CHIP 2007,the paper explores the effect of the household registration system on the schooling expenditure of the rural-urban migrant households with 7-16 years old children in schooling by Two-Part model.The results show that the loose control of household registration system affects the selection of the schooling area of their children,the loose registration system can lower the schooling expenditures of the low-income families,while it raise the schooling expenditures of the high-income families,generally the effect on the schooling expenditures varies with the income of the households.The loosing control of households registration system for 1% can bring about a decrease of schooling expenditures of 1.3945% at the mean value of total samples.Under the new national development strategy of new urbanization,the implications of the reform of the household registration system can not only to advance education equity,but also can speed up the urbanization,improve the consumption structure of families and stimulate the national domestic consumption capabilities.
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