Changes In The Bargaining Power Of Chinese Migrant Workers And The Factors Enhancing Laborers Power

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Han Ping
Bahaudin G. Mujtaba
Chen Xue


Chinese Migrant Workers, Bargaining Power, Fuzzy Evaluation, Analytic Hierarchy Process


The shortage of migrant workers phenomenon is not only a reflection of the changing concept of occupation for Chinese migrant workers, but it also increases job opportunities for such workers. Migrant workers fight for higher wages through strikes and collective negotiations. These changes reflect the enhancement of the bargaining power of Chinese migrant workers.

This paper explores the factors that enhance Chinese migrant workers bargaining power, uses a fuzzy comprehensive evaluation based on the analytic hierarchy process to assess the effect of various factors, and analyzes the positive and negative effects of enhancing the bargaining power. Finally, this paper predicts changes in the bargaining power of Chinese migrant workers and provides corresponding recommendations to protect their advantages.


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