Biqing Li

Biqing Li

Higher Degree by Research Candidate

School of Social Sciences

Faculty of Arts


Current thesis topic:
"Small Towns and Cities: A New Destination for Rural Migrants in China?"

Areas of current research:
Relationship between policy, urbanisation, population growth, and migration in China; Hukou system; Inequalities in the urbanisation process of China.

Thesis:
"Big and Small City Preferences of Migrant Workers in China: Case Studies of Beijing and Jinzhou"

Publications:

Du, B & Li, B 2016, 'Digging into Rural Only Children’s Job-Hunting Difficulties—Based on Human Capital and Social Capital Possession', Chinese Journal of Management Science, vol. 24, no. S1, pp. 837-844.

Du, B & Li, B 2014, 'Livelihood and Development Capacity of Families Obeying the Family Planning Policy in Rural ChinaA Sustainable Livelihood Analytical Framework', Population Research, vol. 38, no. 4, pp. 50-62.

Selected Conference Papers:

Li, B, Tan, Y, Rudd, D & Oakley, S 2017, 'Hukou, social-spatial inequality and migration intention', paper presented at International Population Conference, Cape Town, South Africa.

Li, B 2018, 'Will Small Cities and Towns Become the New Destinations for Rural-Urban Migrant Workers? Analysis of the New-Style Urbanization Policy, Inequality and Migration in China', paper presented at International Metropolis Conference, Sydney, Australia.

Li, B 2013, 'City Integrate of Floating Population on Health and Social Work Intervention', paper presented at The Fifth Chinese Social Work Conference of Students, Heilongjiang, China.

Areas of current research:
Migration; Relationship between policy, urbanisation, population growth, and migration in China; Hukou system; Inequalities in the urbanisation process of China.

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