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A Survey of Income and Expenditure of Urban Households in China, 1986

State Statistical Bureau People"s Republic of China

by China. Kuo Chia t Ung Chi Chu.

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Published by East-West Population Inst .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • China,
  • Cost And Standard Of Living,
  • Households,
  • Statistics,
  • Business/Economics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages245
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8328510M
    ISBN 100866381120
    ISBN 109780866381123

    "The ratio of average per capita disposable income in urban China to the per capita net income in the cities and towns narrowed down to to 1 in It was the first time that the ratio.   Provides data on family income and expenditure which include among others levels of consumption by item of expenditure as well sources of income in cash and in kind. Specifically discusses levels of living and disparities in income and spending patterns of families belonging to different income groups. survey and statistics on household income and work force employment in rural China. Household survey in rural China commenced in , and was twice suspended in through , and in through , due to political movement and other reasons. It has been rapidly progressing with opening up and social and economic development.   The effect of low income on milk product purchases persisted when the sample was stratified by education and expenditure patterns were examined in relation to income within strata. Among low-income households, the purchase of milk products and meat and alternatives was significantly lower for households that had to pay rents or mortgages than.


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A Survey of Income and Expenditure of Urban Households in China, Compiled by the State Statistical Bureau, People'S Republic of China. [Beijing: China Statistical Information and Consultancy Service Centre; Honolulu: East-West Center, pp.

US$] Volume Please provide your Kindle : Deborah Davis. Survey of income and expenditure of urban households in China, Beijing: China Statistical Information and Consultancy Service Centre ; Honolulu: East-West Population Institute, East-West Center: Distributed by University of Hawaii Press, The main content of the urban household survey includes the basic conditions of urban.

households, such as living expenditures for consumption, purchase of major commodities, durable consumer goods owned at year-end, durable consumer goods purchased, housing. condition at year-end, and cash income and expenditures. Particular interests are given to household composition and income effects on FAFH expenditures.

To address limitations in available data for the study of FAFH expenditure in urban China, the authors conduct household surveys in six urban Chinese cities over the years –Cited by: An Overview of the Urban and Rural Household Survey in China.

History of the Household Survey in China. China began the survey of rural households in in order to provide information for the five-year plans for the Chinese economy and to check final results of these plans. To support. The Urban Household Survey in China shows that per capita grain consumption dropped from kg in to 81 kg inwhile meat consumption only increased from 25 kg to 35 kg during the same period for urban China (Zhou et al., ; Liu et al.

Differences were found in these consumers’ age distribution, education level, household composition, birth and death rates, income, expenditure patterns and consumer durable ownership rates. Beijing and Shanghai, the two most affluent cities in China, exhibited the highest consumer durable ownership rates and the highest cost of by: China’s Household Income Surveys tributed billion yuan of household savings in Moreover, because the high savings made by excluded entrepreneurial households reflect their high incomes,35 their inclusion in the urban survey would necessarily raise the urban gini coefficient.

increase in the share of enterprise income in national income. The aggregate (urban and rural) household saving rate has in fact risen by six percentage points over the last decade.

Similarly, after remaining relatively flat during the early s, the average saving rate of urban households rose from 17 percent in to 24 percent in   Urban Household Survey China, National Bureau of Statistics of China Created on Ma Last Expenditure/income is recorded on diary and collected once a month.

Other household/individual information is collected at the end of year. Access policy. Contacts. In all sites the mode was for older people to live in multigenerational households with younger adults, and, often, children under the age of 16 (Table 1). The urban China site stood out as having smaller households, a higher proportion of households where older Cited by: 4.

This paper uses the Urban Household Income and Expenditure Survey (UHIES) to examine factors which move some households to below the poverty line. The UHIES began in and was resumed in after its suspension during the Cultural Revolution (Fang et al.

Poverty, Inequality, and Growth in Urban China, ∗ Although urban China has experienced spectacular income growth over the last two decades, increases in inequality, reduction in social welfare provision, deregulation of grain prices, and increases in income uncertainty in the s have increased urban Cited by:   This statistic shows the disposable per capita income in urban China inby income quintile.

In a middle income household in China, disposable per capita income had amounted to approximately yuan in You need a Premium Account for unlimited access. From todisposable income per capita in China increased by around percent for urban and rural households alike.

The fast-growing economy has inevitably led to the rapid income increase. Furthermore, inflation has been maintained at a lower rate in recent. Household Sample Surveys in Developing and Transition Countries vi on the basic techniques of model-based analysis, namely, multiple linear regression, logistic regression and multilevel methods.

Chapter XX presents more advanced approaches to the analysis of survey data that take account of the effects of the complexity of the design on the. Our observations on household expenditures for each commodity group and demographic characteristics are taken from the Urban Household Income and Expenditure Survey (UHIES) and the Research Center for Rural Economy (RCRE) survey.

2 The UHIES is the only comprehensive source of information on household income, expenditures for all consumption. This paper discusses changing energy service demands in urban low-income households in India, an emerging economy where the largest future growth in energy demand globally is projected to occur, and where 12 million new low-income homes for the urban poor are to be built by the government between and Author: Radhika Khosla, Neelanjan Sircar, Ankit Bhardwaj.

Get this from a library. A survey of income and expenditure of urban households in China, [China. Guo jia tong ji ju.]. inequality, the real situation in urban China could not be reflected. This paper is a case study of Beijing. Two types of household income data, the official data of the yearly survey by the National Bureau of Statistics of China (NBS or NBSC) on urban households and the CASS (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences) survey data, are used.

Taking the above issue in consideration, Rural Survey Organization of NBS use the household survey data to estimate the new poverty line(s).

The basic method is similar to that used inexcept for following points. 1) Sort all the surveyed households by household income.

Use the % households from bottom as the low-income Size: 47KB. Urban-biased policies and inland-coastal inequality exacerbates the issue of education inequality in China. One of the primary issues is their generation of sector-biased income transfers and expenditures on health, housing and education, which "not only distort economic incentives of the workers in the sectors.

and urban households in China Price Statistical Yearbook of Income and Expenditure Survey ()(Chinese Edition) [GUO JIA TONG JI JU BIAN] on *FREE*. Basic Conditions of Urban Households by 36 cities. Region. Average Number of Persons per Household (person) Per Capita Monthly Disposable Income (yuan) Per Capita Monthly Living Expenditure.

This paper seeks to address this issue, first by reviewing the distinction between urban and rural Chinese consumers in terms of their demographic, socio-economic characteristics, secondly, by comparing the income, expenditure and savings patterns of urban and rural households, and thirdly, by ana- lyzing their expenditure and savings patterns Cited by: 7.

The first survey conducted by the Central Statistics Office (CSO) on incomes of households was the Rural Income Distribution Survey (RIDS) in RIDS focused on rural incomes, and the coverage of subsequent income surveys was extended to cover all regions of Botswana and both income and expenditure.

China Statistics Census Population, Per Capita Annual Living Expenditure of Urban Households (). from the annual Urban Household Surveys conducted by China’s National Bureau of Statistics to analyze the evolution of the urban household saving rate over the period We believe this is the first detailed examination of Chinese household saving behavior using micro data over a long span Sampling Urban Poor Households in China: A Case of Nanjing City For this course, I’ll develop a research proposal for the urban poor household survey as a significant part of my dissertation project.

In the proposal, I will review literatures on survey methods concerning rare population both in western societies and in the Chinese context. The Urban Household Survey is a wide survey covering 9 provinces out of a total of Beijing, Liaoning, Zhejiang, Anhui, Hubei, Guangdong, Sichuan, Shanxi3 and Gansu It collects information on demographic and economic characteristics, including disposable income and consumption expenditure We have access to the period to According to the CHFS data, in the household income Gini coefficient was Urban China had a Gini coefficient while rural China had a Gini coefficient of Inthe household income Gini coefficient remained atas the urban and rural areas had Gini coefficients of and inrespectively.

Household Assets. Urban Residents Income and Expenditure Survey was conducted in cities and counties and 66 thousand urban residents in 31 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities),selected by stratified, two-phase random sampling method, through household accounting, collecting basic information on resident income, expenditure, employment and housing.

The Household Economic Survey (HES) collects information on household income, savings, and expenditure, as well as demographic information on individuals and households.

The survey asks for detail on where households get their money from – for example, wages and salaries, self-employment, investments, or benefits. Poverty Statistics in China Rural Survey Organization of National Bureau of Statistics, China September With further economic reform, the gap between rural and urban income Now the published data include income and expenditure o f households, poverty line and poverty headcount rate and gaps, food File Size: 85KB.

中国著名微观数据库 1. UHS (Urban Household Survey) (Chinese Household Income Project Survey) 3. CHNS (China Health and Nutrition Survey) (China Health and Retirement Longitudinal Study) (Rural Household Survey) (Chinese Longitudinal Healthy Longevity Survey) (Chinese Family Panel Studies) (China Household Finance Survey)分.

For the MDHS survey, a household was defined as a person or a group of persons, (Rutstein et al., ). It is an indicator of the level of wealth that is consistent with expenditure and income measures (Rutstein, ). The index was constructed by applying principal components Characteristics of Households and Household Members | 11File Size: KB.

CHINESE HOUSEHOLD INCOME, CONSUMPTION AND SAVINGS CHINESE HOUSEHOLD INCOME, CONSUMPTION AND SAVINGS living in poverty declined from 67 per cent in to 11 per cent in One of the key reasons cited for the rise in national measures of income inequality in China since the s is a widening of the urban-rural income Size: KB.

urban households in China Price and Income and Expenditure Survey Statistical Yearbook () [Unknown] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Unknown. Downloadable (with restrictions). Using the education survey data in urban China, this paper measures the inequality of education expenditures, an indicator of education inequality, and analyzes the effect of household income on the components of education expenditures.

Since the components of education expenditure are censored and inter-related, this paper runs a multivariate Tobit Cited by: 2. Background. Tuberculosis (TB) often causes catastrophic economic effects on both the individual suffering the disease and their households.

A number of studies have analyzed patient and household expenditure on TB care, but there does not appear to be any that have assessed the incidence, intensity and determinants of catastrophic health expenditure (CHE) relating to TB care in by:.

Household Surveys conducted by China’s National Bureau of Statistics to analyze the evolution of the ur- ban household saving rate over the period China Statistics Census Population, Per Capita Annual Consumption Expenditure of Urban Households by Region ().More Findings from the China Household Finance Survey.

Texas A&M University Southwestern University of Finance and Economics Li Gan January 1. Outline. 2 An Introduction of the survey Income Inequality China's Urban Unemployment Rate China’s household high saving Size: KB.