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Zhou, Weihui 1973-

Works: 207 works in 501 publications in 22 languages and 2,651 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  Romance fiction  Autobiographical fiction  Literatures  Erotic fiction 
Roles: Author, Editor, Creator, Other
Classifications: PL2929.7.O58, 895.1352
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Publications about Weihui Zhou
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Most widely held works by Weihui Zhou
Shanghai baby by Weihui Zhou( Book )
133 editions published between 1999 and 2013 in 20 languages and held by 740 libraries worldwide
Opens this semi-autobiographical work of fiction by a young chinese writer, the first of a new wave of young female 'Glam lit' writers to achieve mainstream success. Coco, the books main character, is a Shanghai cafe waitress full of enthusiasm for life and impatient to discover who she really is. She falls in love with a young man, Tian Tian, for whom she feels tenderness and love but who is reclusive and impotent, and an occasional user of drugs. Despite her parents objections Coco moves in with him, leaves her job and throws herself into writing a novel. Shortly afterwards she meets Mark, a
Shanghai baby by Weihui Zhou( Book )
23 editions published between 1999 and 2008 in 3 languages and held by 525 libraries worldwide
Banned and burned in China, this incendiary novel about a taboo-busting young woman in contemporary Shanghai has become a worldwide phenomenon
Marrying Buddha by Weihui Zhou( Book )
19 editions published between 2005 and 2012 in 5 languages and held by 197 libraries worldwide
Coco, a successful young female novelist, has left her home in Shanghai to live in New York. In this new world she meets Muju, half-Italian, half-Japanese - the yang to Coco's yin. The two find mutual passion, experimenting and exploring their deepest desires. Then into Coco's life strolls a glamorous, wealthy and impossibly urbane New Yorker, an infuriating character who causes havoc in Coco¡s relationship with Muju. Coco flies back to China, to the tiny temple-studded island of Putuo, and for a time her spirit is restored - but a deeper dilemma awaits when the two men make their reappearance
Wo de chan by Weihui Zhou( Book )
14 editions published between 2004 and 2007 in 4 languages and held by 159 libraries worldwide
De amoureuze belevenissen van een hippe jonge Chinese schrijfster in New York
Gou ba ba = Doggy dad by Weihui Zhou( Book )
7 editions published between 2007 and 2008 in Chinese and Vietnamese and held by 94 libraries worldwide
Summary in vernacular field only
Xiang Wei Hui na yang feng kuang by Weihui Zhou( Book )
11 editions published between 1999 and 2004 in Chinese and Japanese and held by 76 libraries worldwide
Hu die de jian jiao by Weihui Zhou( Book )
8 editions published between 1999 and 2003 in Chinese and held by 63 libraries worldwide
Hei ye wen rou by Weihui Zhou( Book )
3 editions published in 2000 in Chinese and held by 54 libraries worldwide
Dekle iz Šanghaja : zgodba o ljubezni, seksu in samospoznavanju by Weihui Zhou( Book )
4 editions published between 2002 and 2005 in Slovenian and held by 53 libraries worldwide
Coco, natakarica iz Šanghaja, je polna vznesenosti in notranjega nemira. Zaljubi se v samotarja Tian Tiana, do katerega čuti ljubezen in nežnost, čeprav je Tian moški brez moškosti. Kljub nasprotovanju staršev pusti službo, se preseli k njemu in se posveti pisanju. Vse do trenutka, ko sreča Marka, elegantnega poročenega poslovneža
Yu wang shou qiang by Weihui Zhou( Book )
7 editions published between 1998 and 2000 in Chinese and held by 48 libraries worldwide
Shui zhong de chu nü by Weihui Zhou( Book )
4 editions published in 2000 in Chinese and held by 27 libraries worldwide
Ben shu shou ru de xiao shuo bao kuo yu ye yu mei li, kui hua sheng kai, shuo ba shuo ba, ai ren de fang jian, ai qing huan jue, xiang wei hui na yang feng kuang deng
Wen tan huai nü hai by Weihui Zhou( Book )
1 edition published in 2000 in Chinese and held by 27 libraries worldwide
Bảo bó̂i Thượng Hải by Weihui Zhou( Book )
3 editions published in 2007 in Vietnamese and held by 22 libraries worldwide
Fen hong ye ( Book )
3 editions published in 2001 in Chinese and held by 19 libraries worldwide
Kōkotsu no hito by Sawako Ariyoshi( Book )
4 editions published between 1975 and 1979 in Chinese and held by 16 libraries worldwide
Ba shi duo sui de mao zao huan le a mi ci hai mo zheng, yi xi jian cheng le huang hu de ren. er zi xin li he sun zi min yi ge shuo lao ren " xiang can ye tie zai ku shu zhi tou bu ken luo xia ", yi ge shuo " ba ba ma ma ni men ke bu yao huo zhe me da nian ji ", dan er xi zhao zi que fa xian lao ren yi ran hui bei lu bian de hua duo xi yin. zhao zi jue ding fu qi zhao gu gong gong de ze ren, jin yi qie nu li rang lao ren huo xia qu. cong ci ta yi bian shang ban, yi bian kan hu gong gong. sun zi ye yong ling hua qian gei ye ye mai bo lang gu. ting dao bo lang gu de sheng yin, lao ren zhong yu lu chu le can lan de xiao rong. dang sheng huo de zhong dan ya de yi jia ren kuai yao huan bu guo qi de shi hou, lao ren hu ran qu shi le. min shuo : " ma ma, ru guo neng rang ye ye zai duo huo xie ri zi jiu hao le." zhao zi re lei ying kuang.
Measuring the stock of human capital for Australia, February 2004 by Weihui Zhou( file )
1 edition published in 2004 in English and held by 15 libraries worldwide
Human capital is an important concept in modern economics and in economic policy discourse. Unfortunately, direct measures of human capital stocks are available for very few countries. This paper provides experimental measures of the stock of human capital for Australia
Population ageing and the accumulation of human capital in Australia, 1981?2001 by Ewa Orzechowska-Fischer( file )
1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 15 libraries worldwide
Population ageing is an important economic issue facing developed countries, generating many studies and debates. The analysis of population ageing and policy initiatives for addressing it requires relevant statistics. Using the experimental measurement framework for human capital developed by the Australian Bureau of Statistics this study provides a quantitative assessment of the impact of population ageing on per capita human capital for the period 1981-2001. The Bureau estimates show that stocks of human capital have grown significantly over this period. However, since the early 1990's, the rate of increase has declined. Our analysis suggests that population ageing has been one of the major drivers of this deceleration of growth in per capita human capital. Negative effects of ageing were of limited magnitude as they have been to some extent counterbalanced by increasing per capita investment in education and training. As population ageing continues, maintaining growth in per capita human capital is a key issue for policy makers
Measuring option values and the economic benefits of completing secondary education by Weihui Zhou( file )
2 editions published in 2007 in English and held by 15 libraries worldwide
This paper presents estimates of the economic benefits of completing secondary education in Australia. The distinctive feature of this study is that it attempts to calculate the option values generated by completing secondary education which are the opportunities for obtaining more advanced human capital skills through undertaking tertiary study programs. The study uses a modified Jorgenson and Fraumeni lifetime labour income approach, which measures economic benefits of completing secondary education by additions to lifetime labour incomes due to additional schooling activities. Option values are calculated as differences between alternative lifetime labour incomes associated with the corresponding schooling choices upon completing secondary education. The empirical results show that option values make up significant proportions of total returns to secondary education, ranging from 20% to 30% for men, and from 28% to 44% for women over the period 1986-2001. In particular, option values become increasingly prominent in recent years which have witnessed strong demand for more educated workers
Measuring economic returns to post-school education in Australia by Weihui Zhou( file )
2 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 14 libraries worldwide
Using the rich data provided by the 1981-2006 six waves of the full Australian Census, this paper estimates the rates of return to post-school education in Australia, with a focus on bachelor degrees. Both the internal rate of return method and Mincer's human capital earnings function method are applied. The expected private rates of return from investment in bachelor degrees increased over time for males, from 13.1 percent in 1981 to 19.6 percent in 2001, and then dropped to 15.3 percent in 2006; the range was 18.0 percent to 17.3 percent for females over the same period. Drawing on the recent work of Heckman, Lochner and Todd (2005), this study also compares the two methods. The key difference is that the internal rate of return method can account for the effect on earnings of increased working experience associated with higher educational attainment, while Mincer's method does not as it assumes parallel earnings experience profiles across different educational levels
Measuring human capital flows for Australia : a lifetime labour income approach by Weihui Zhou( file )
1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 14 libraries worldwide
This paper presents an experimental accumulation account for human capital for Australia. The proposed accounting system draws on the Jorgenson-Fraumeni human capital accounting system, with a few modifications. This study focuses on human capital formed through investment in post-school education and working experience. To separate the positive effect on lifetime labour incomes of ageing, this study makes use of wage differentials arising from age at the early stage of working life to estimate investment in working experience. To derive measures of net human capital formation, this study decomposes total depreciation into three elements: depreciation on education capital, depreciation on experience capital and ageing of base level capital. The contribution of the size of working age population to the growth of human capital stock is treated as other volume changes
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Ei, Fei
Ei, Kei 1973-
Hiwī, Wī 1973-
Hiwī, Wiy 1973-
Hui, Wei
Hui, Wei 1973-
Shou, Wei-hui.
Uei, Hoei
Vệ Tuệ
Wei, Hui.
Wei, Hui 1973-
Wei Hui, Zhou.
Weihui 1973-
Weihui, zhou
Wī Hiwī 1973-
Wiy Hiwī 1973-
Zhou, Wei Hui.
Zhou, Wei Hui 1973-
Zhou Wei Hui Chinees auteur
Zhou Wei Hui escriptora xinesa
Zhou Wei Hui escritora china
Zhou Wei Hui escritora chinesa
Zhou Wei Hui scrittrice cinese
Zhou , Weihui
Zhou Weihui 1973-....
Zhou Weihui Chinese writer
Zhou Weihui chinesische Schriftstellerin
Zhou Weihui femme de lettres chinoise
Zhou, Weihui Wirkl. Name 1973-
Вей Хой
Хой Вэй
เว่ย ฮุ่ย
ウェイ, ホェイ
エイ, ケイ
エイ, ケイ 1973-
エイ, フェイ
衛, 慧
衛, 慧 1973-
衛慧 1973-
周, 衛慧
周, 衛慧 1973-
周衛慧 1973-
渭, 慧.
Chinese (79)
English (58)
Spanish (29)
German (14)
Italian (11)
Polish (9)
French (9)
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Japanese (6)
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