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Chinese Journal of Population Science
Translated from the Chinese edition
Supervisor(s): Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Sponsor(s): Institute of Population and Labor Economics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (IPLE-CASS)
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Current Issue: Issue 05, 2017  

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  • Chinese Journal of Population Science, sponsored by Institute of Population and Labor Economics at Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (IPLE-CASS), has published a large number of influential and high quality theory papers, reflects the latest academic research in the field of population and labor and interdisciplinary timely. It is a good way for people to understand the demographic development and provides theoretical information and countermeasures for the state and government decision-making departments. Chinese Journal of Population Science prefers research papers, reviews and surveys with high quality in the field of population and related fields. The contents include population theory and policy research, population statistics, population and economy, human resources and labor economy, social security research, population and society, international comparison of population, population and ecological environment, ethnic minority population and family planning theory and practice, etc.

  • Editor-in-Chief
    Zhang Chewei

Pensions and multidimensional elderly poverty and inequality: a comparative perspective on urban and rural non-compulsory pension insurance

XIE E

Chinese Journal of Population Science,2017,No. 05

Innovation economy and its impact on employment and the countermeasures

ZHANG Juwei;WANG Boya;GAO Wenshu

Chinese Journal of Population Science,2017,No. 05

Rural public education expenditure and regional economic growth: a perspective based on labor mobility

ZHAO Man;WANG Xiwei

Chinese Journal of Population Science,2017,No. 05

Short- and long-term impacts of mass unemployment on health: evidence from the layoff wave of Chinese workers of state-owned enterprises in the late 1990s

CHEN Qiulin;HU Yuxi;FU Hongqiao

Chinese Journal of Population Science,2017,No. 05

How does migrants’ willingness of long-term stay affect their consuming behavior

ZHOU Minghai;JIN Zhangfeng

Chinese Journal of Population Science,2017,No. 05

A study of the impact of socioeconomic status on the health of the elderly

LIU Changping;WANG Lianjie

Chinese Journal of Population Science,2017,No. 05