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  1. Since the implementation of China’s one-child family planning policy in 1980, the fertility culture and governmental institutions have become two important factors that determine women’s fertility selection. I...

    Authors: Wu Ying, Yang Yiyin, Wei Xiaojiang and Chen En
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2017 4:9
  2. Although it is commonly believed that immigration leads to a high crime rate, this relationship is far from conclusive. This paper contributes to this line of research by exploring the case of China, a country...

    Authors: Jianxin Cheng, Junqiang Liu and Jun Wang
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2017 4:8
  3. Based on basic organizational theories, this paper revisits studies about intergovernmental relationships in China and proposes a systematic explanation framework from the perspective of the allocation mechani...

    Authors: Puyuan Shi and Mengwei Ni
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2017 4:4
  4. This article brings together two different approaches in the new economic sociology—structural embeddedness and cultural embeddedness—to understand the transformation and development of a market. Markets are c...

    Authors: Ping Fu
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2016 3:25
  5. Having incorporated the characteristics of Chinese politics, this article puts forward an exploratory analytic framework for understanding protest success and points out how political opportunities and protest...

    Authors: Ronggui Huang, Wen Zheng and Yong Gui
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2016 3:23
  6. This paper discusses at the microlevel the educational inequality resulting from the cutoff birthdate regulation in the current primary school admission system. According to our research, among the students wh...

    Authors: Dehuan Liu and Xuelian Li
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2016 3:22
  7. This paper concerns women’s life chances by investigating the relationship between women’s employment status and their subjective well-being. Based on the segmented labor market structure in urban China, we di...

    Authors: Yuxiao Wu, Peng Wang and Chao Huang
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2016 3:21
  8. This paper investigates how natural-resource endowments affect the provision of local public goods in China. According to fiscal sociology, due to the rentier effect, resource-rich local governments tend to ha...

    Authors: Yuyi Zhuang and Guang Zhang
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2016 3:20
  9. Many existing studies focus on disputes and resolutions but often overlook the transformation of disputes. Based on an analysis of case filing, this article explains how various factors of daily life enter the...

    Authors: Tao Zhu
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2016 3:19
  10. One-child transnational families are the product of the “one-child” policy, access to foreign travel, and the rise of a middle class that could afford overseas education for the only child. One result was the ...

    Authors: Mengwei Tu
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2016 3:15
  11. Social service organizations have developed quickly as a result of the Chinese government outsourcing services in recent years. The policy of government outsourcing services has been successful in developed co...

    Authors: Xiaoxing Huang and Jie Yang
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2016 3:11
  12. This article applies the concept of care circulation (Baldassar and Merla, Transnational families, migration and the circulation of care: understanding mobility and absence in family life, 2013) to the process...

    Authors: Jieyu Liu
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2016 3:9
  13. Using a national dataset, this study investigates the inequalities in physical functional status, depressive symptoms, and self-rated health among groups of people with different socioeconomic status (SES) thr...

    Authors: Kaishan Jiao
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2016 3:5
  14. The relationship between professions and the state is one of the most important issues in the sociology of professions. Using the analysis framework of the corporate-clinical autonomy dynamic relationship, thi...

    Authors: Zelin Yao
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2016 3:2
  15. Combining the perspectives of population ecology and the institutional school, this article examines the influence of private sector development on the performances of private enterprises in different province...

    Authors: Zongshi Chen and Lu Zheng
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2015 2:16
  16. This article discusses innovative public goods production and organizational form selection based on a case study of the Wenzhou Private Lending Service Center, which was founded during Wenzhou’s comprehensive...

    Authors: Jinglin Xiang and Xiang Zhang
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2015 2:15
  17. Fostering policy innovation at the local level and spreading the successful practice have been pervasive features of policy making in postreform China. The existing literature explains why the local government...

    Authors: Yapeng Zhu and Diwen Xiao
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2015 2:10

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