This talk examines how social disadvantage among rural-urban migrant households in China is associated with the nutritional status of children. The measures of social disadvantage are based on China’s hukou system of household registration – designed to limit domestic migration flows by denying public services in cities to migrants with rural registrations – and on gender bias that may harm women and girls.
Business | Economics
vander Meulen Rogers , Y. (2017). Social Disadvantage and Child Health among China's Rural-Urban Migrant Households. .