Xin Meng
Xin Meng
Professor of Economics, Research School of Economics, CBE, Australian National University
Verified email at anu.edu.au
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The Two-Tier Labor Market in Urban China:: Occupational Segregation and Wage Differentials between Urban Residents and Rural Migrants in Shanghai
X Meng, J Zhang
Journal of comparative Economics 29 (3), 485-504, 2001
7432001
Labour market reform in China
X Meng
Cambridge University Press, 2000
5032000
Intermarriage and the economic assimilation of immigrants
X Meng, RG Gregory
Journal of Labor Economics 23 (1), 135-174, 2005
3952005
Labor market outcomes and reforms in China
X Meng
Journal of Economic Perspectives 26 (4), 75-102, 2012
3462012
Labor market outcomes and reforms in China
X Meng
Journal of Economic Perspectives 26 (4), 75-102, 2012
3462012
Little emperors: behavioral impacts of China's One-Child Policy
L Cameron, N Erkal, L Gangadharan, X Meng
Science 339 (6122), 953-957, 2013
3262013
Poverty, inequality, and growth in urban China, 1986-2000
X Meng, R Gregory, Y Wang
Journal of Comparative Economics 33 (4), 710-729, 2005
2982005
Sectoral gender wage differentials and discrimination in the transitional Chinese economy
PW Liu, X Meng, J Zhang
Journal of Population Economics 13 (2), 331-352, 2000
2772000
Unemployment, consumption smoothing, and precautionary saving in urban China
X Meng
Journal of Comparative Economics 31 (3), 465-485, 2003
2172003
Economic restructuring and income inequality in urban China
X Meng
Review of Income and Wealth 50 (3), 357-379, 2004
1932004
Labor market reform and the changing structure of wage determination in China's state sector during the 1980s
X Meng, MP Kidd
Journal of Comparative Economics 25 (3), 403-421, 1997
1931997
Dress for success--does primping pay?
DS Hamermesh, X Meng, J Zhang
Labour Economics 9 (3), 361-373, 2002
1892002
The long term consequences of famine on survivors: evidence from a unique natural experiment using China's great famine
X Meng, N Qian
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2009
1852009
Stunting and selection effects of famine: A case study of the Great Chinese Famine
T Gørgens, X Meng, R Vaithianathan
Journal of development Economics 97 (1), 99-111, 2012
1792012
Stunting and selection effects of famine: A case study of the great Chinese famine
T Gørgens, X Meng, R Vaithianathan
Journal of Development Economics 97 (1), 99-111, 2012
1792012
Stunting and selection effects of famine: A case study of the Great Chinese Famine
T Gørgens, X Meng, R Vaithianathan
Journal of development Economics 97 (1), 99-111, 2012
1792012
Has China run out of surplus labour?
J Golley, X Meng
China Economic Review 22 (4), 555-572, 2011
1772011
Income inequality and carbon dioxide emissions: the case of Chinese urban households
J Golley, X Meng
Energy Economics 34 (6), 1864-1872, 2012
1732012
Intergenerational income mobility in urban China
H Gong, A Leigh, X Meng
Review of Income and Wealth 58 (3), 481-503, 2012
1732012
Intergenerational income mobility in urban China
H Gong, A Leigh, X Meng
Review of Income and Wealth 58 (3), 481-503, 2012
1732012
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