CCCI: International reproduction migration with Biao Xiang
The Case of China
Biao Xiang, of Oxford/Max Planck Institute spoke on "International Reproduction Migration: the Case of China." Reproduction migration from China has increased much faster than labor or settlement migrations since the 1990s. Those who have benefited from China’s development the most leave the rising center of the world economy. They do so to internationalize their reproduction arrangements, and to pursue capital conversation (e.g. from money to status) at the cost of capital accumulation. This talk was recorded on May 10, 2021.