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In: The China Society Yearbook, Volume 1 (2006)
In: Thirty Years of Reform and Social Changes in China
In: Social Change in the Age of Globalization

China's macro socio-economic situation in 2005 maintained the good momentum it had shown since 2003: high growth, low inflation, better employment and a gradual improvement in the standard of living. The economic growth rate stood at approximately 9.3%, inflation at approximately 2%, the registered urban unemployment rate did not exceed 4.2%, and personal income in both urban and rural areas increased by a relatively wide margin. These figures indicate that the socio-economic situation for 2005 was the best of the past decade.

in Chinese Research Perspectives Online
In: The China Society Yearbook, Volume 4
In: European and Chinese Sociologies
In: European and Chinese Sociologies
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Chinese Research Perspectives on Society, (formerly the China Society Yearbook) Volume 1 continues the tradition of presenting precise and venerable academic principles by compiling the findings of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences’ subject research group for the “Analysis and Forecast of the Social Situation”. The focus of the research group centered around three themes for 2010-2011. The first theme focuses on the main tasks China is undertaking during its new stage of reform and development after the recent international financial crisis. The second focus is on how to remedy the many social contradictions and challenges that are complicating the economic and social developments of China, such as the disparity between urban and rural incomes. Finally, the group addressed the new engine of China’s rapid economic and social development, urbanization, while highlighting the important national development targets of eradicating the dualistic urban and rural structure as well as integrating urban and rural development.

Written by contributors from professional research and survey organizations, universities, and related governmental sections, Chinese Research Perspective on Society, Volume 1 provides an excellent resource for those interested in current societal changes in China.