Egalitarianism and public perception of social inequities: A case study of Beijing congestion charge
Greg Marsden and
Transport Policy, 2019, vol. 74, issue C, 47-62
Egalitarian thought has a long tradition in Chinese history. Synthesized with the socialist ideology, it was practiced nationwide in the first decades of Communist China. Alongside the well-reported quality of life improvements that the recent economic liberalisation reforms have brought about, Chinese people are experiencing an increasingly serious polarization between the rich and the poor. Consequently, an egalitarian tendency has represented itself within contemporary policy and popular discourse.
Keywords: Egalitarian thought; Congestion charge; Social equity; Transport; Beijing (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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