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and Population Mobility Management in China
East View Press
Author: Huang Suping
Translator: Chen Fuyu
ISBN: 978-1-879944-77-0
Publication Date: 2018
Language: English
Pages: 408


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China’s high-speed rail networks have been world-renowned for their cutting-edge technology, efficiency and unparalleled ability to move large numbers of people over long distances. Co-published by East View Press and Social Sciences Academic Press, High-Speed Rail Networks and Population Mobility Management in China describes in great detail how high-speed rail has changed the way the Chinese live and work, as well as how cities in the country have grown and developed. Written by one of China’s preeminent sociologists, this book is a must-read for anyone wanting to understand the potential of high-speed rail networks and their effects on the world.
Huang Suping is a lecturer at the School of Sociology and Political Science of Shanghai University. She holds a Ph.D. in Management Science and Engineering and a Post-doc in Public Management. Her research interests include population economics, regional development, employment and social politics. Huang has published in journals such as Population and Economy, Urban Planning Forum, and Canadian Social Sciences.
Chen Fuyu is an Associate Professor at the School of Foreign Languages at Chongqing Jiaotong University. He holds a MA in Interpreting and Translation Studies.


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