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Social Welfare Development in China

T. Wing Lo

Social Welfare Development in China

Constraints and Challenges

by T. Wing Lo

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Published by Imprint .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages232
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8676358M
ISBN 101879176262
ISBN 109781879176263

This book offers a key read for scholars worldwide interested in social transformation in Chinese society at a time of significant social and economic transition by addressing the key issue of social welfare and the reform of the welfare system in 21st century : Palgrave Macmillan.   Written by Qin Gao. China currently has the world’s largest social assistance program, the ‘Dibao,’ or Minimum Livelihood Guarantee. My new book, Welfare, Work, and Poverty: Social Assistance in China (Oxford University Press), provides a comprehensive evaluation of the performance of this program. How effective has it been in targeting the poor and alleviating poverty?

Books shelved as social-welfare: Half the Sky: Turning Oppression Into Opportunity for Women Worldwide by Nicholas D. Kristof, Behind the Beautiful Forev.   This book analyses the developmental trajectories of China up to and into the new millennium. Focusing on the substance and underlying forces of change, it considers issues and developments in monetary policy, foreign exchange policy, the trade regime, state-owned enterprise reform, regional economic development as well as social changes Cited by: 8.

  It also considers the impact of migrant workers in China and their social integration, including within the welfare system. Providing a unique insight into how economic globalization and financial crisis affects Chinese social welfare policies, this book is a key read for scholars worldwide interested in social transformation in Chinese society Author: Keqing Han. Comparative social policy has long neglected welfare development in Asia. Not much is known about social welfare in the economically successful East Asian tigers (Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore and Taiwan). They are late starters in social welfare but each has its own trajectory of welfare.


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Social Welfare Development in China by T. Wing Lo Download PDF EPUB FB2

"Qin Gao, a leading scholar of Chinese social welfare and public policy, asks and answers systematically all the basic and important questions about the development of this social welfare program from the ashes of the socialist planned economy: from program development, implementation, to its performance, as judged by its anti-poverty and welfare-to-work effects, and to the receptions of Author: Qin Gao.

China Development Research Foundation (CDRF) is a civic, nationwide non-profit organization founded on the initiative of the Development Research Center (DRC) of the State Council. The mission of the Foundation is to advance good governance and public policy to promote economic development and social progress in China.

Book Description: This much-needed new textbook introduces readers to the development of China's welfare polices since its conception of an open-door policy in Setting out basic concepts and issues, including key terms and the process of policy making, it overcomes a major barrier to understanding Chinese social policy.

Constructing a Social Welfare System for All in China book. DOI link for Constructing a Social Welfare System for All in China. Constructing a Social Welfare System for All in China book. It also shows how the new system will aim to balance economic and social development whilst maintaining China’s high economic growth rate.

Providing a unique insight into how economic globalization and financial crisis affects Chinese social welfare policies, this book is a key read for scholars worldwide interested in social transformation in Chinese society at a time of significant social and economic transition.

This volume examines the shifting role of the state and social organizations (e.g. NGOs) in providing social services in contemporary China. A series of case studies identifies a dynamic whereby the state increasingly withdraws from social service provision with social organizations taking up the : Hardcover.

Wang Y. () The Development of China’s Social Welfare System. In: Social Security in China: On the Possibility of Equitable Distribution in the Middle Kingdom. Research Series on the Chinese Dream and China’s Development : Yanzhong Wang. China's Social Welfare: The Third Turning Point. polity The extraordinary rise of China is one of the greatest global stories of recent times.

However, the country's development has been described as 'uneven, uncoordi-nated and unsustainable' and has now reached a critical turning point. The book compares the framework and policy content of the social welfare system in China and the United States.

The book covers topics such as child welfare and family policy, elderly welfare, non-government organizations, medical health, and issues related disabled population.

The social development approach seeks to integrate economic and social policies within a dynamic development process in order to achieve social welfare objectives.

This first comprehensive textbook on the subject demonstrates that social development offers critically significant insights for the developed as well as the developing s: 1. This book series brings together the latest research results of Chinese sociologists to summarize and analyse the process, mechanism and experiences of China’s social development since the economic system reform.

The analyses are tackled by looking into seven inter-relationships that are most often discussed among sociologists in observing. "Qin Gao, a leading scholar of Chinese social welfare and public policy, asks and answers systematically all the basic and important questions about the development of this social welfare program from the ashes of the socialist planned economy: from program development, implementation, to its performance, as judged by its anti-poverty and welfare-to-work effects, and to the receptions of.

Social Welfare and Social Development discusses social welfare practice in global and regional context. It addresses issues of poverty, unemployment and populations at risk within South Africa and the role of the social welfare system in South Africa in tackling these issues.

Required Reading. Leung, J., & Xu, Y. Overview. In J. Leung & Y. Xu, China’s social welfare: The third turning dge, UK: Polity Press. [Available from Swindon or as e-book] Other required readings will be assigned as selected chapters and/or report sections from the (this list is not exhaustive and will be updated as appropriate).

It builds on the earlier book, Social Development: The Developmental Perspective in Social Welfare (Midgley, ) which was intended to introduce social development ideas to scholars in the interdisciplinary subject of social policy.

However, it has been used as a text in different academic fields, suggesting that a more comprehensive overview would be useful. Book Description. The Chinese government has recently adopted a radical welfare approach by contracting out social services to non-governmental organisations (NGOs).

This is a big departure from its traditional welfare model, whereby all public services were directly delivered by government agencies. This book examines this new welfare approach. This book is a standard reference for understanding Chinese social welfare regime and a singular contribution to the comparative research of global social welfare development." - Feng Wang, PhD, Professor of Sociology, University of California, Irvine, and Fudan University, ChinaAuthor: Qin Gao.

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.

Its work and publications therefore provide great insights into what the Chinese themselves think about economic reform and how it should develop. This book sets out the general objectives, principles and framework of a proposed new social welfare system for China, putting forward relevant policy Range: $ - $   While rural residents still comprise nearly 60 percent of the total population in China, little is known about the evolution of rural welfare.

This article explores welfare services in rural China using a broad definition of social welfare: efforts by the entire country and society to promote personal or societal by: 1.

many social problems that attended the Chinese model of development soon led Beijing to target welfare policy directly at social well-being.

Consequently, more recent policy has sought to spread the benefits of economic growth more equitably. Raised in one of China's poorest counties, but now enjoying urban life, he has experienced the triumphs and inequities of its social safety net first-hand.

In little more than 10 years, the country has constructed a basic welfare system that took the west decades to build, Author: Tania Branigan.December 12 is China’s Vulnerable Children Day.

In order to mark the occasion, Beijing Normal University‘s School of Social Development and Public Policy published “China’s Ten Milestones for Child Welfare and Child Protection in ” in partnership with the Charity Communication Research Center of the School of Media and International Culture at Zhejiang University.

The authors.