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Urbanization and social welfare in China
|Statement||edited by Aimin Chen, Gordon G. Liu, Kevin H. Zhang|
|Series||The Chinese economy series|
|Contributions||Chen, Aimin, Liu, Gordon G, Zhang, Kevin H|
|LC Classifications||HT384.C6 U72 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 406 p. :|
|Number of Pages||406|
|LC Control Number||2003054485|
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The book covers both academic and policy perspectives and, together with its sister volume Urban Transformation in China, brings together a comprehensive and multi-disciplinary overview of China's by: Rapid urbanization in China has increasingly impacted on the environment and health of the growing urban population.
Perhaps most visible is the smog that blankets the urban landscape. High ambient concentrations of airborne pollutants cause respiratory diseases among urban residents and also contribute to acid rain which damages the ecosystems beyond urban : Chaoyang Peng, Xiaodong Wu, Gordon G.
Liu. Summary: "This book provides an analysis of the welfare implications of China's urbanization, the development of the labor market including migration between rural and urban sectors, and natural and social environmental issues arising from urbanization.
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This paper attempts to assess the role of the city-ward migration in China’s urbanization in –99, and to empirically investigate factors behind the migration boom with time-series and cross-sectional by: 2. The western region has the highest concentration of urban poverty, and over time, the income gap between that region and the rest of China has been widening.
The result suggests that the current strategy of western development should broaden its focus to include the urban poor in the : Cheng Fang, Xiaobo Zhang, Shenggen Fan. This book provides an analysis of the welfare implications of China's urbanization, the development of the labour market including migration between rural and urban sectors, and natural and social environmental issues arising from urbanization.
Book Review: Urbanization and Social Welfare in China Article in China Information 20(2) July with 4 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: William Hurst.
China's urban population rate has doubled since and the Chinese government has made further urbanization a developmental priority.
How Chinese cities cope with such rapid population increases has become a question of critical concern. This book provides an analysis of the welfare implications of China's urbanization.
The study of social welfare in China is the provision of both a narrative and explanation of change that affects millions of people. Studies of the period before the s are still uncovering and explaining the overwhelming diversity of what can be understood as social welfare in China, as well as the notable policy continuities that are still.
It notably considers the key questions of welfare in both urban and rural settings, for different population groups such as children, the elderly and the disabled, addressing topical issues of housing, education, public health, poverty and the restructuring of related welfare policy system to tackle China’s key issues.
Welfare, Work, and Poverty provides the first systematic and comprehensive evaluation of the impacts and effectiveness of China's primary social assistance program -- Minimum Livelihood Guarantee, or Dibao -- since its inception in Dibao serves the dual function of providing a basic safety net for the poor and maintaining social and political : Qin Gao.
Despite China’s highly acclaimed achievements in urbanization and its economic miracle, urban China confronts a set of significant challenges.
This book provides theoretically informed and empirically rich analyses of some of the key challenges facing China’s : Hardcover. Urbanization and Social Welfare in China catches China at the most critical moment in its urbanization process and presents a comprehensive view of China's new welfare system and the implications of this system for urbanization.
The editors of this book have compiled seventeen essays written primarily by economists. Post-Mao China has seen a rapid restructuring of social welfare.
In contrast to urban residents, China's rural population never received much state : Jutta Hebel. Part of the Research Series on the Chinese Dream and China’s Development Path book series (RSCDCDP) For the purpose of discussing the relationship between the social welfare system and urbanization, this report also covers aspects of the social welfare system in a wider sense such as education and housing.
Wang Y. () The Author: Yanzhong Wang. Urbanization and Social Welfare in China catches China at the most critical moment in its urbanization process and presents a comprehensive view of China's new welfare system and the implications of this system for urbanization.
The editors of this book have compiled seventeen essays written primarily by economists. The Social Assistance Reform in China：Towards a Fair and Inclusive Social Safety net 4 最低生活保障条例》) was issued and this institution was implemented in all urban areas in China.
Social welfare in China has undergone various changes throughout history. The Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security is responsible for the social welfare system. Welfare in China is linked to the hukou holding non-agricultural hukou status have access to a number of programs provided by the government, such as healthcare, employment, retirement pensions, housing, and.With the rapid urbanisation and population growth in the cities, the People's Republic of China has recognised the importance of community development based on an ever‐increasing demand for social services.
Inthe Chinese government adopted community service as an alternative way of providing the supplemental safety net in urban areas Cited by: Urbanization and Social Welfare in China (Chinese Economy) 出版社: Ashgate Publishing 出版年: 定价: USD 装帧: Hardcover ISBN: 豆瓣评分.