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China Labor Market Review - Assessing Covid-19 Crisis Impacts and Recovery Prospects


May 2020 | China Center Publications

China’s economy is going through a momentous structural transition, and, in tandem, so is its labor market. A stable labor market is essential to minimizing the social and economic risks associated with structural adjustment, specifically unemployment declining household income.

Given the unprecedentedly huge impact the COVID-19 crisis is having on the Chinese economy, it is now more important than ever to study China’s labor market. Its resilience will determine the shape of China’s economic recovery.


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Anke Schrader

Research Director, the China Center for Economics and Business
The Conference Board

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Siqi Zhou

Associate Economist
The Conference Board China Center for Economics and Business


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