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Unformatted text preview: 2. The opportunity cost lies in the hands of the children. Each child has two choices: spending time and money towards a college education/degree or working immediately after preliminary schooling. The article points out that Chinese colleges and universities enrolled over 14 million students, up from about 4.3 million in 1999. Therefore, the childrens decision to enhance their education in order to obtain a better job has a direct correlation to the slow labor migration phenomenon. 3. No. The article shows a decreasing opportunity cost of providing more and more factory goods....
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- Spring '09