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spatial analysis of wages and incomes in urban China

John B. Knight

spatial analysis of wages and incomes in urban China

divergent means, convergent inequality

by John B. Knight

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Published by Oxford University, Institute of Economics and Statistics in Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Title from cover.

StatementJohn Knight, Li Shi and Zhao Renwei.
SeriesApplied economics discussion paper -- 209, Applied economics discussion paper.(University of Oxford. Institute of Economics and Statistics) -- no.209.
ContributionsShi, Li., Renwei, Zhao., University of Oxford. Institute of Economics and Statistics.
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Open LibraryOL18940133M

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