The latest edition in The China Statistics Series, China Statistical Yearbook 1990 is an informative yearbook reflecting the economic and social development of the People's Republic of China. The 1990 yearbook contains national and provincial data in social and economic fields for the year 1989, as well as major time series of national figures from 1949-1989. An explanatory notes section, which gives brief descriptions of concepts and definitions of data, their scope and coverage, methods of data collection and calculation, and their historical changes, follows the table of contents. The yearbook is a revised and improved English language edition of the official China Statistical Yearbook compiled by the State Statistical Bureau of the People's Republic of China (SSB). The English Language Editorial Board was responsible for the translation and annotation of this volume. The English Language Editorial Board is composed of representatives of the China Statistical Information and Consultancy Service Center, and affiliate of the SSB, and the China Statistics Archives, a research center at the University of Illinois at Chicago. This is the seventh volume in a series of statistical annuals. The volumes so far published are China Statistical Abstracts 1988 and 1989, China Social Statistics 1988, China Trade and Prices Statistics 1988, China Rural Statistics 1988, China Statistical Abstract 1989, and China Urban Statistics 1988.
Author: State Statistical Bureau of the People's Republic of China Staff,State Statistical Bureau of the People's Republic of China
An indispensable tool for librarians who do reference or collection management, this work is a pioneering offering of expertly selected print and electronic reference tools for East Asian Studies (Chinese, Japanese, and Korean). • Represents the first work to include Chinese, Japanese, and Korean materials in one volume • Incorporates critical information on subscription-based and open-source electronic reference tools • Written by noted leading experts in Asian Studies librarianship • Supplies materials in English and vernacular Asian languages • Includes multilingual titles but provides references and citations in English • Comprises not only a bibliography, but a guide containing key tips on how to use many reference tools
A Guide to Research Materials and Collection Building Tools
Author: Noriko Asato
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Author: Swan Sik Ko
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
The China Society Yearbook (2006) provides analysis of and commentary on social issues in contemporary China, broken down into chapters on different aspects of China’s social development, including change in social structure, population growth, employment, standard of living and education.
China's Social Development; Analysis and Forecast
Author: Xin Ru,Xueyi Lu,Peilin Li,Huang Ping,Chen Guangjin
The majority of China’s population is the Han. Till now, China has officially identified, except for other unknown ethnic groups and foreigners with Chinese citizenship, 55 ethnic minorities. Ethnic minorities vary widely in size in China. With a population of more than 15 million, the Zhuang have been the largest minority group, and the Lhoba, with only 2 thousand or more, the smallest. China’s ethnic diversity has resulted in a special socioeconomic landscape of China itself. The book sets out to collect and estimate a full set of data on the socioeconomic situations of China’s ethnic minorities. Till present, a complete socioeconomic picture of China’s ethnic groups still remains unclear from China’s official sources. How different have been China’s ethnic minorities in every sphere of daily life and economic development during China’s fast transition period? In order to answer these questions, we need a detailed and comparable set of data for each of China’s ethnic minorities. This book provides, in an easy to use format, a broad collection of data on China’s 55 ethnic minorities. It is a resource book that profiles the demography, employment and wages, people’s livelihood, agriculture, industry, education, science and technology, and culture, sports and public health for each of these ethnic minorities. These indicators, estimated on the author based on materials gathered from a variety of sources and clearly presented in one volume, will be of great value to researchers, businesses, government agencies, and news media.
Social and Economic Indicators
Author: Rongxing Guo
Category: Business & Economics
Providing the latest available mineral data on the countries of Africa and the Middle East, this yearbook discusses the importance of minerals to these nations economies. It also includes production tables and industry structure tables.
Asia and the Pacific
Author: US Department of the Interior
Publisher: Government Printing Office
Category: Business & Economics
Author: Hongyi Chen
East Asia is at the heart of the global economic transformation, and the countries of the region are witnessing rapidly changing labour markets, alongside the pressure to cut production costs and lower taxes in order to become successful ‘competition states’. These changes have resulted in increased welfare demands which governments, organizations and agencies across the region have had to address. This book examines welfare regimes in the Greater China region, encompassing mainland China, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan. In so doing, it explores the ways in which the rapid growth and internationalisation of the economy across Greater China is presenting new social policy challenges that governments, social welfare organizations and agencies in the region are having to respond to. Rather than simply describing and categorising welfare systems, the contributors to this volume add to our understanding of how one of the major economic transformations of the contemporary era in East Asia is shaping welfare provision in the region. In turn, in this context of economic change, they examine the new strategies and measures that have been adopted in order to reduce the heavy burden on the state in terms of welfare provision, whilst also attempting to diversify funding and provision sources to meet the pressing welfare needs. Based upon extensive fieldwork by leading scholars of social policy, this book will appeal to students and scholars of Asian social policy, comparative development and social policy, social welfare and Chinese studies.
Welfare Regimes in Transition
Author: Ka-Ho Mok,Maggie K. W. Lau
Category: Political Science
This regional study includes the People's Republic of China, Japan, the Republic of Korea, and Mongolia and examines how strategies for adapting to climate change up to 2050 can be combined with measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in East Asia. Besides discussing climate model results for costs of adaptation in infrastructure, coastal protection, and agriculture, the study estimates costs for sector-specific mitigation options and the total abatement potential for 2020 and 2030. Long-term strategies for addressing the impacts of climate change in East Asia are explored with a focus on the linkages between adaptation and mitigation taking account uncertainty about key climate variables. Finally, it discusses opportunities for enhancing the effectiveness of some critical climate change policies such as regional carbon market.
Author: Michael I. Westphal,Gordon A. Hughes,Jörn Brömmelhörster
Publisher: Asian Development Bank
I. The importance of legal questions related to the sea is obvious to everyone. It is hardly surprising that the subjects that make up international current events illustrate the leading role played by maritime affairs. Indeed, it is no coincidence that three quarters of the earth's surface is covered by oceans. Territorial seas, exclusive economic zones, exploitation of the seabed, fishing, transport, insurance, collision, and pollution raise many unresolved questions. On the other hand, the contrast of this importance with the modest attention that existing periodical publications merit must be underscored. Without undervaluing these publications, there has been a need for some time to create a vehicle of common expression, based on three central tenets: interdisciplinary framework, tendency towards uniform law, and both a theoretical and practical approach. a. A framework of interdisciplinary nature seems to be relevant as it is desirable to overcome the artificial separation between public and private law.
Author: Ignacio Arroyo
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
With its easy-to-use format, this book provides a collection of annual data on China’s 56 ethnic groups. It is a resource book that profiles the demography, employment and wages, livelihood, agriculture, industry, education, science and technology, culture, sports, and public health for each of these ethnic groups. This material, which is compiled from a variety of sources, will be of great value to researchers, businesses, government agencies, and news media. In this book, data are presented on an ethnic group-by-ethnic group basis, and the ethnic groups are ordered alphabetically, from the Achang to the Zhuang. Though most of the data are as of 2011 – the latest year when our research was conducted, we also provide some historical data for a few of indicators. This is intended to help readers to conduct time-series comparisons and analyses.
A Statistical Yearbook (2014)
Author: Rongxing Guo,Uradyn E. Bulag,Michael A. Crang,Thomas Heberer,Eui-Gak Hwang,James A Millward,Morris Rossabi,Gerard A. Postiglione,Chih-yu Shih,Nicholas Tapp,Luc Changlei Guo
Category: Business & Economics
This 2008 yearbook reviews major legal developments in 2007, including law reform priorities, major legal policy debates and newly enacted legislation. It provides valuable insight into contemporary debates in China about the substance, direction and priorities of legal reform.
On the Development of Rule of Law in China (2008)
Author: Lin Li
First Published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Author: A. Dickinson,P. Gordon,P. Lee,J. Slater
This is the preeminent and most authoritative annual report and forecast on the Chinese economy, now ranked among the three largest economies in the world as well as one of the most swiftly changing. Researched and written by a quasi-official organ of the Chinese government, it devotes many chapters to structural reforms that are drawing attention around the world. Coverage includes general forecasts and policy analyses on the Chinese economy, reports on specific regions within China including Hong Kong, reviews of the global economic situation, and prospects for the future of China.
Analysis and Forecast - An Authorized Translation of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences' Annual Economic Report
Author: Liu Guoguang,Wang Luolin,Li Jingwen,Wang Tongsan
Publisher: M.E. Sharpe
Category: Business & Economics
Launched in 1991, the Asian Yearbook of International Law is a major refereed publication dedicated to international law issues as seen primarily from an Asian perspective, under the auspices of the Foundation for the Development of International Law in Asia (DILA). It is the first publication of its kind edited by a team of leading international law scholars from across Asia. The Yearbook provides a forum for the publication of articles in the field of international law, and other Asian international law topics, written by experts from the region and elsewhere. Its aim is twofold: to promote international law in Asia, and to provide an intellectual platform for the discussion and dissemination of Asian views and practices on contemporary international legal issues. Each volume of the Yearbook normally contains articles and shorter notes; a section on State practice; an overview of Asian states participation in multilateral treaties; succinct analysis of recent international legal developments in Asia; an agora section devoted to critical perspectives on international law issues; surveys of the activities of international organizations òf special relevance to Asia; and book review, bibliography and documents sections. It will be of interest to students and academics interested in international law and Asian studies.
Volume 13 (2007)
Author: B.S. Chimni,Miyoshi Masahiro,Li-ann Thio
Category: Business & Economics