Urban and rural household savings in China

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International Monetary Fund , Washington, D.C
Statementprepared by Yingyi Qian.
SeriesIMF working paper -- WP/88/25
ContributionsQian, Yingyi., International Monetary Fund. Asian Dept.
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Household savings behavior in China during the past 30 years has been studied by using econometric models with the time-varying-parameter technique.

The rural sector and the urban sector are investigated separately. In comparison to previous studies on the same subject, the estimated models of the current study are more robust, and the results. Household savings behavior in China during the past 30 years has been studied by using econometric models with the time-varying-parameter technique.

The rural sector and the urban sector are investigated by: This book explores the household and neighbourhood factors that lead to both the generation and continuance of urban poverty in China. It is argued that the urban Chinese are not a homogenous social group, but combine laid-off workers and rural migrants, resulting in stark contrasts between migrant and Urban and rural household savings in China book neighbourhoods and villages."Cited by: HOUSEHOLD SAVING IN CHINA saving behavior between the rural and urban sectors, a result that is consistent with the common observation.

Her estimation favored the permanent-income model over the absolute-income model for the rural sector inwhich is. Household survey – National Bureau of Statistics China.

For urban households data refers to disposable income; for rural households it refers to net income. Consumption expenditure per capita (nominal) – Household survey – National Bureau of Statistics China. Available for urban and rural households. Household saving ratio. –Author: Riccardo Cristadoro, Daniela Marconi.

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This article partially draws upon a book chapter by the same authors, “Urban and Rural Household Savings: Determinants and Policy Implications”. Forthcoming in Gomel et al.

(eds) The Chinese Economy, Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg, Cited by: Abstract. Household saving behavior in China during the past thirty years is studied by using econometric models. The urban sector and the rural sector are investigated separately: the time-varying-parameter technique is applied to urban time-series data, and panel data are used for estimation of the rural.

Household saving behavior in China during the past thirty years is studied by using econometric models. The urban sector and the rural sector are investigated separately: the time-varying-parameter technique is applied to urban time-series data, and panel data are used for estimation of the rural sector.

The estimated results of the models are robust and in line with those of similar studies Cited by: China's Rural and Urban Household Survey Data: Collection, Availability, and Problems Abstract As China has become a more important player in international markets in recent decades, an increasing number of researchers have become interested in China's agriculture.

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China's rural and urban household. use the model to separately simulate urban and rural saving rates. Urban China has undergone a more dramatic decline in fertility, and urban retirees enjoy larger pen-sions.

We find that these channels mostly offset each other and that both urban and rural households increase their saving rates over time. This paper analyzes the different factors that drive saving rate rises of both rural and urban households in China. Using data from the Chinese Household Income Project andI first show that the whole saving rate distribution shifts up for both rural and urban by: 5.

The main objective of this study is to explore important determinants of household savings in both urban and rural areas of Pakistan. Purposive sampling technique was used to select the study.

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Targets, Interest Rates, and Household Saving in Urban China Prepared by Malhar Nabar1 Authorized for distribution by Nigel Chalk September Abstract This paper studies a panel of China’s provinces over the period during which urban household saving rates increased from 19 percent of disposable income to 30 percent.

Downloadable (with restrictions). This paper analyzes the different factors that drive saving rate rises of both rural and urban households in China. Using data from the Chinese Household Income Project andI first show that the whole saving rate distribution shifts up for both rural and urban households.

The shift, however, differs between rural and urban households and is. Our estimated household wealth holdings in China differ from those in a previous study in significant ways. Based on the China Household Finance Survey (CHFS) conducted by the Southwestern University of Finance and Economics, an earlier study reported the average net value of household assets at 1, RMB yuan inwith that in urban areas at 2, RMB yuan and that in rural Cited by: Household Surveys conducted by China’s National Bureau of Statistics to analyze the evolution of the ur- ban household saving rate over the period   Why Are Saving Rates of Urban Households in China Rising.

by Marcos D. Chamon and Eswar S. Prasad. Published in volume 2, issue 1, pages of American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics, JanuaryAbstract: From tothe average urban household savings rate in China rose by 7 percent. From tothe average urban household savings rate in China rose by 7 percentage points, to about one-quarter of disposable income.

Savings rates increased across all demographic groups. According to the result of nationwide sampling survey on 74 thousand rural residents and 66 thousand urban residents in 31 provinces (autonomous regions, municipalities) of China, the growth rate of urban and rural residents’ income in is as follows: I.

Income of rural residents. Per capita net income of rural. Hukou is a system of household registration used in mainland system itself is more properly called "huji", and has origins in ancient China; hukou is the registration of an individual in the system.A household registration record officially identifies a person as a resident of an area and includes identifying information such as name, parents, spouse, and date of ional Chinese: 戶口.

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10, No. 4, pp. Cited by: Downloadable. From tothe average urban household saving rate in China rose by 8 percentage points, to about one quarter of disposable income. We use household-level data to explain why households are postponing consumption despite rapid income growth.

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Household Saving in China Aart Kraay China, in recent years the world's largest and fastest growing economy, also has na-tional saving rates that are among the highest in the world. This article considers a variety of statistical issues that cloud the measurement of aggregate and household sav-ing in Size: 1MB.

NBER Program(s):International Finance and Macroeconomics. From tothe average urban household saving rate in China rose by 7 percentage points, to about one quarter of disposable income. We use household-level data to explain why households are Cited by: Households saving in China (English) Abstract.

China, in recent years the world's largest and fastest growing economy, also has national saving rates that are among the highest in the world. This article considers a variety of statistical issues that cloud the measurement of aggregate and household Cited by: household saving rate in China using a life cycle model and panel data on Chinese Kraay () uses panel data on Chinese provinces from China’s household survey to analyze the determinants of the saving rates of rural and urban households during the and periods and finds that, in the case of rural households, future.

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Urban China has undergone a more dramatic decline in fertilit,y and urban retirees enjoy larger pensions. We nd that these channels mostly o set each other and that both urban and rural households increase their saving rates over time.

“ Reestimating the income gap between urban and rural households in China.” In Whyte, Martin (ed.), One Country, Two Societies: Rural–Urban Inequality in Contemporary China.

Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, – Cited by: This paper explores the relationship between monetary policy, prices, and rural household savings and investment behavior in China. We first develop a two-period life-cycle model with bequests for China's rural economy to analyze the impacts of interest rates, agricultural product prices, and housing prices on rural households’ capital allocation choices (households’ savings deposits Author: Yuekai Cheng, Hongyi Li, Qi Sun, Yu Wang.