Organizational labor forces in countries that include China, the OECD and U.S. continue to be increasingly composed of workers who migrate across country regions or from other countries. Since their children will enter the next generation of labor forces, it is increasingly relevant to assess the educational experience of these children. Background studies of both children and adults indicate the importance of assessing subjective well-being (SW-B) to overall health and human capital. This study reports results of an initial assessment of SW-B in children of migrantfamily in an urban center of China across school type, grade and gender differences.
Steven D. Silver and Yan Gao. "Subjective Well-Being of Children of Migrant Families in Schooling Alternatives of Urban China" 47th Decision Sciences Institute Annual Meeting (2016).