Published on: 2015-09-17
The SCMP Education Post carried a research summary by IEMS’ Albert Park on his study into how China’s phenomenal economic growth has pushed up demand for labor and wages, how equitably economic benefits are being distributed, and if they are robust enough to withstand a future economic slowdown.
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