Is China Egalitarian?
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Does a socialist strategy of development result in an egalitarian society?
How does the distribution of income in China compare with that in other developing countries which have relied more on market forces?
In the Chinese experience, are there trade-offs apparent between efficiency and equality, and between growth and equality?
How is the distribution of income changing as a result of the economic reforms that began in 1978?
KeywordsIncome Inequality Gini Coefficient Economic Reform Housing Subsidy Rural Income
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