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The Process and Pattern of China’s Population Modernization Over the Past 40 Years of Reform and Opening: From Quantity Dividend to Quality Dividend

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China has made remarkable economic and social development achievements over the past 40 years of reform and opening. According to the academic community, studying the driving force behind China’s rapid economic and social development, the demographic dividend has been a major contributing factor and playing an increasingly important role in long-term development.

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Yanxia, G. (2022). The Process and Pattern of China’s Population Modernization Over the Past 40 Years of Reform and Opening: From Quantity Dividend to Quality Dividend. In: Nakray, K., Yi, Z., Clammer, J., Zhang, W. (eds) Social and Economic Transitions in China and India. Palgrave Macmillan, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-6124-3_8

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