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Xianling Zhang

  • Title: Ms
  • Position: PhD Student - Department of Marketing and Management

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  • Zhang Xianling, The Second Demography Dividend in China——Based on Analysis of Population Age Structure and Household Saving, Northwest Population Journal,2014(5)
  • Zhai Zhenwu, Zhang Xianling, Jin Yong'ai. Demographic Consequences of an Immediate Transition to an Universal Two-child Policy, Population Research, 2014(3)
  • Zhang Xianling, Zhai Zhenwu. Impact of Living Arrangement on Children's Sex at Birth in China's Rural Area, Chinese Journal of Population Science, 2013(12)
  • Zhang Xianling ,Zhai Zhenwu. Impact of Living Arrangement on Sex Ratio at Birth in China's Rural Area, Chinese Journal of Population Science, 2013 (6)
  • Tao Tao, Zhang Xianling. Underreporting and Overreporting in China's Sixth National Population Census, Population research, 2013(2)
  • Zhai Zhenwu, Zhang Xianling. Guiding the Floating People to Integrate into the City, China Daily (Theoretical Edition),2012(01)
  • Zhai Zhenwu, Zhang Xianling etc., Exploration and Development-the Evolution of CPC Leaders' Thinking on Population Issues, Population Research, 2012(05)
  • Zhai Zhenuwu, Zhang Xianling. The Floating Population: Dilemma and Outlet, Scientific Chinese,2012(05)
  • Zhang Xianling, Determinants on Decision of Fertility Behavior in China's Rural Areas, Sex Equality and Population Security, Xiamen University Press, 2012
  • Chen Wei, Zhang Xianling. Trend of Population Development in China under Different Fertility Policy Adjustment Scenarios, China Development Report 2011/2012,China Development Press,2012
  • Zhang Xianling, Population Change and People's Livelihood(Chapter 7), China Population Publishing House,2012
  • Zhang Xianling,GDP per unit and Employed Population Quantity in Agriculture, Conference Proceedings of Population Change and Society Development in China, 2012
  • Zhai Zhenwu & Zhang Xianling, Regional Difference of Population Composition and its Impact on Economy, China Development Index Report(RUC),2013
  • Jin Yong'ai & Zhang Xianling, The Newest Development of Floating People in Beijing, Capital Society Management Development Report,2013

Student information

  • Load: PhD Student Full Time
  • Adjunct supervisor:

    Professor Zhai Zhenwu

  • Date of submission: 18/02/2017


China completed the process of demographic transition in a very short period of time, three decades or so, which European countries took hundreds of years to complete. This rapid process of demographic transition experience in China contributes a good population environment to China's economic growth through rich and cheap labor force supply and low dependency ratio, which is called demographic dividend in China. However, China's population presents distinct changes in terms of population size, growth and structure, which are argued to have unprecedented effects on China's society and economy. This study aims to investigate the impacts of population age structure on the key elements of China's economy, which are mainly including savings, consumption and labor force supply.