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ISBN: 0754631753
Author: Catherine Jones Finer
Language: English
Publisher: Ashgate Pub Ltd; First Edition edition (August 1, 2003)
Pages: 264
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Other
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Soon after China started economic and social reform in the late 1970s, a new trade was born an international traffic of policy and practices. It is a two-way traffic.

Soon after China started economic and social reform in the late 1970s, a new trade was born an international traffic of policy and practices.

a progressive collapse of social policy in an enlarged EU’ (p. 530). In conclusion, this book represents an important contribution to the debates about EU. social policy and its effects upon the member states.

Catherine Jones Finer, Social Policy Reform in. China – Views from Home and Abroad, Ashgate, Aldershot, 2003, 266 p. £4. 0 hbk, ISBN: 0-7546-3175-3. a progressive collapse of social policy in an enlarged EU’ (p.

This title was first published in 2003. The People's Republic of China (PRC) is a timely example of social policy reform in a socialist market economy

This title was first published in 2003. The People's Republic of China (PRC) is a timely example of social policy reform in a socialist market economy. Drawing upon This title was first published in 2003.

Views from Home and Abroad. By: Catherine Jones Finer. This title was first published in 2003. The People’s Republic of China (PRC) is a timely example of social policy reform in a socialist market economy. Publisher: Routledge. Print ISBN: 9781138718456, 1138718459.

Contents: Foreword, Catherine Jones Finer. Policy Sectors Under Scrutiny: Policies geared to tackling social inequality and poverty in China, Xinping Guan; Reflections on inequality and poverty in China, David Piachaud; Labour market construction and labour mobility in urban China, Fenyu Wang and Yandong Zhao; The British labour market and labour market policy in comparative perspective, Jochen Clasen; Pensions reform in China, Yuebin Xu; On reforming pensions, Alan Walker

Drawing upon comparativist expertise in relevant aspects of social policy, the book explores the ways in which the .

Drawing upon comparativist expertise in relevant aspects of social policy, the book explores the ways in which the PRC has or has not taken lessons from abroad in key social policy respects and illustrates policy-relevant relations between Chinese and Western perspectives. The contributors identify those aspects of China’s recent social policy reforms that seem the most and least likely to appeal to Western societies. The collection therefore represents a substantial advance in two-way, East-West lesson learning in social and public policy.

Policy Sectors Under Scrutiny: Policies geared to tackling social inequality and poverty in China, Xinping Guan; Reflections on inequality and poverty in China, David Piachaud; Labour market construction and labour mobility in urban China, Fenyu Wang and Yandong Zhao; The British.

Policy Sectors Under Scrutiny: Policies geared to tackling social inequality and poverty in China, Xinping Guan; Reflections on inequality and poverty in China, David Piachaud; Labour market construction and labour mobility in urban China, Fenyu Wang and Yandong Zhao; The British labour market and labour market policy in comparative perspective, Jochen Clasen; Pensions reform in China, Yuebin Xu; On reforming pensions, Alan Walker; Financing health care in China's cities: balancing needs and entitlements, G. Bloom, Y. Lu and J. Chen; China’s health policy: a comparative footnote, Rudolf . .

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Contributors: John Doling, Catherine Jones Finer, Tony Maltby, Gordon Deuchars, Roziah Omar, Tee Liang Ngiam, Joe C. B. Leung, Hsiao-hung Nancy Chen, Sung-Jae Choi, Seong-Hoon Bae, Tetsuo Ogawa, Paul Wilding, Li Ka.

After the economic reforms, social policy became subordinate to the targets for economic growth (Saich, 2011). This essay analyses the extent to which social policy reform in China contributed to the overall human well-being of the Chinese citizen

After the economic reforms, social policy became subordinate to the targets for economic growth (Saich, 2011). The Maoist social policy model, with its emphasis on equality and its rejection of material incentives, was deemed to be inhibiting economic growth (Chen, 2003). The state renounced its role in providing welfare protection ‘from cradle to grave’ and devolved many of its responsibilities to the regional and local areas (Wong and Mok, 1995). This essay analyses the extent to which social policy reform in China contributed to the overall human well-being of the Chinese citizen. The analyses will focus on the social policy reforms in the two sectors of healthcare and housing.

The People's Republic of China (PRC) is a timely example of social policy reform in a socialist market economy. This edited collection brings together Chinese and Western experts to introduce and integrate policy issues of the PRC into the mainstream of cross-national social policy debate. Drawing upon comparativist expertise in relevant aspects of social policy, it explores the ways in which the PRC has or has not taken "lessons from abroad" in key social policy respects and illustrates policy-relevant relations between Chinese and Western perspectives. The contributors identify those aspects of China's social policy reforms that seem the most and least likely to appeal to Western societies. The collection therefore represents a substantial advance in two-way, East-West lesson learning in social and public policy.

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