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A CULTURE OF KINSHIP: CHINESE GENEALOGIES AS A SOURCE FOR RESEARCH IN DEMOGRAPHIC ECONOMICS–CORRIGENDUM

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  20 December 2016

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On page 476 of the text, in the second paragraph it states: “In comparison, the percent of individuals who can be linked in the Chinese Eight Banner Registers is 14.54% or 24.76% for one generation, depending on whether one considers Liaoning or Heilongjiang Province [Dong et al. (2015)].” This should instead read: “In comparison, the percent of individuals who can't be linked in the Chinese Eight Banner Registers is 14.54% or 24.76% for one generation, depending on whether one considers Liaoning or Heilongjiang Province [Dong et al. (2015)].”

The authors apologise for this error.

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Corrigendum
Copyright
Copyright © Université catholique de Louvain 2016 

On page 476 of the text, in the second paragraph it states: “In comparison, the percent of individuals who can be linked in the Chinese Eight Banner Registers is 14.54% or 24.76% for one generation, depending on whether one considers Liaoning or Heilongjiang Province [Dong et al. (2015)].” This should instead read: “In comparison, the percent of individuals who can't be linked in the Chinese Eight Banner Registers is 14.54% or 24.76% for one generation, depending on whether one considers Liaoning or Heilongjiang Province [Dong et al. (2015)].”

The authors apologise for this error.

References

REFERENCE

Shiue, C.H. (2016) ‘A culture of kinship: Chinese genealogies as a source for research in demographic economics’, Journal of Demographic Economics, 82 (4), pp. 459482. doi: 10.1017/dem.2016.24.Google Scholar