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Wu, Y. and Zhou, D. (2015) Women’s Labor Force Participation in Urban China, 1990-2010. Chinese Sociological Review, 47, 314-342.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Trade and Women Employment in China: An Insight into the Low Presence of Women Workforce in the 21st Century Corporate China

    AUTHORS: Anirban Nandi

    KEYWORDS: Trade, Women Employment, Women Workforce, Employment in China, Chinese Trade

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Business and Management, Vol.7 No.1, December 5, 2018

    ABSTRACT: As China enjoys being the second largest economy in the world, it’s women can said to have the credit for its country’s economic development in this 21st century. This paper studies the women employment factor in China and identifies the issue of lower female workforce in Chinese businesses despite of Chinese women, from various walks of life excelling in the corporate world, and studies their income and the employment discrimination faced by them. This research takes a correlation methodology approach to establish the cause of such lower women presence in the Chinese businesses. The study uses re-gression analysis to establish the relationships between the women employed in Chinese businesses and the success rate of those businesses. The rate of discrimination against women in employment by viz. family, male peers and company officials is also being determined. The research concludes with women’s significance in big Chinese corporate giants highlighting their con-tribution towards them through continued presence, the need of increasing female income and bringing in a level playing field for women through equal opportunity policies, the future prediction on the rate of firm profits and the need for further research on the broader aspects of the issue specific to the topic in concern.