Economics and Finance


Literature Review on Urban Integration of the Rural Workers in China

Authors: Yawei Song, Wanxian Li

Social integration refers to the individual integrated into a social group, and complied with the social groups and social rules and eventually reduced the possibility of alienation. The new generation of rural migrant workers in China is generally born after 1980s, their age above 16, the young labor force whose household registration belonged to rural areas while working in the urban districts. Compared with the traditional rural migrant workers, the new generation has both subjective and objective advantages and are more easier to integrate into the city, With the continuous progress of urbanization in China, the problems of rural migrant workers has become the focus of attention. Summaries and comments are given toward the past research, and some creative ideas are also discussed. Keywords:urbanization, migrant, rural-worker, labor, integrate, city JEL Classification: L

Comments: 9 Pages. Published in The Hellenic Open Business Administration Journal;

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