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[In 2002, the concept of “middle-income group” was mentioned for the first time in the report “To Build a Moderately Prosperous Society in an All-round way and Open up a New Chapter of Socialist Cause with Chinese Characteristics” issued at the Sixteenth National Congress of CPC by the Chinese...
[The issues of middle class in Russian society are covered in many research papers by Russian and even foreign scholars.]
[Since the reform and opening up, we have seen rapid development of economy and society and the expansion of the middle income group. It is our consensus to form the olive-shaped social structure for consumption update by growing domestic demand, keep a medium–high speed of growth and maintain a...
[The present chapter explores the middle income groups regarding their employment status and place in industrial relations. According to the prior literature, once we get the evidence that certain middle income groups hold advantaged positions in the labor market—for example, more stable...
[With the high-speed economic growth in last three decades, the living conditions of Chinese people have gradually improved along with the larger disparity of wealth in all the social classes.]
[The specific features of the way mid-level income groups are formed are largely determined by the solutions for the country’s education issues, mainly those of accessibility and quality of education.]
[Currently, consumption is playing an increasingly prominent role in growing economy in China.]
[There are several advantages to defining middle class via “economic” approach based on income level.]
[A significant part of the social structure analysis is the study of social mobility nature. The beginning of the transformational period which Russia entered more than a quarter of a century ago was associated with the emergence of new instruments and channels of social mobility.]
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