콘텐츠 바로가기
로그인
컨텐츠
  • HOME
  • SEARCH
PLUS Text Size MINUS RESET
FACEBOOK TWITTER Linked In

Category Open

Resources

tutorial

Collection of research papers and materials on development issues

Print

Social Development

No. of items per page :
No.
  • Title
  • Publication date
921
Analyzing the causal impact of higher education on fertility and potential mechanisms : Evidence from regression Kink designs
Analyzing the causal impact of higher education on fertility and potential mechanisms Little is known about what causes fertility level to go down. One factor that has been speculated to reduce fertility level is education. Theoretical arguments regarding the relationship between education and ferti..

Sohn, Hosung 

2017-12
920
Achieving Universal Health Coverage in Indonesia : Evidence to inform the JKN Health Insurance Program
Achieving Universal Health Coverage in Indonesia Motivated by the importance of including non-poor informal workers into Indonesia’s national health insurance scheme (JKN Mandiri), the Social Security Agency for Health (BPJS Kesehatan) and the National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas) collabor..

Abdul Latif Jammel Poverty Action Lab(J-PAL) 

2017-12
919
Health care system in Korea
Health care system in Korea Health Care System in Korea Tae Hyun Kim, Ph.D. Associate Professor Graduate School of Public Health Yonsei University Contents £ Snapshot of Korean Health Care System £ Health Care Financing £ Long-Term Care Insurance for the Elderly £ Health Care Delivery £ Health Care..

Kim, Tae Hyun 

2017-08
918
Korean public toilet improvement experience and its implications
Korean public toilet improvement experience and its implications Korean Public Toilet Improvement Experience and Its Implications 2017. 07. Seulki Choi KDI School of Public Policy and Management Three Main Causes of Mortality Transition ¡ Better Nutrition ¡ Medical Development ¡ Development of Publ..

Choi, Seulki 

2017-08
917
Analyzing the historical development and transition of the Korean health care system
Analyzing the historical development and transition of the Korean health care system Many countries facing drastically increasing health care expenditures have worked to make their health care systems more sustainable. Many European countries have attempted to minimize public expenditures and introd..

Kim,Chul-Woung 

2017-08
916
History, international relations, and public health : The case of the democratic people's Republic of Korea 1953-2015
History, international relations, and public health The historical legacy of North Korea is characterized by occupation and conflict, and economic rehabilitation and then collapse, with tragic and widespread consequences for population health. From the standpoint of the historical determinants of he..

Grundy,John 

2017-07
915
Economic impact of obesity in the Republic of Korea
Economic impact of obesity in the Republic of Korea Obesity, defined as abnormal or excessive fat accumulation that may impair health, has a clearly measurable impact on health and health-related quality of life, and generates considerable economic burden. This study builds on previous research by e..

Chung, Wankyo 

2017-07
914
Health and long-term care systems for older people in the Republic of Korea : Policy challenges and lessons
Health and long-term care systems for older people in the Republic of Korea The Republic of Korea experiences a rapid ageing of population with increased life expectancy and lowered fertility. National health insurance provides universal access to healthcare for all since 1989, and mandatory long-te..

Jeon, Boyoung; Kwon, Soonman 

2017-06
913
Living with rhetoric, living against rhetoric : Korea families and the IMF economic crisis
Living with rhetoric, living against rhetoric This article examines the impact of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) crisis on families in South Korea and the ways that the crisis brought competing ideologies (conservative vs. progressive) to the foreground. Based on fieldwork in South Korea duri..

Kim,Seung-kyung; Finch,John 

2017
912
Food insecurity in Asia : Why institutions matter
Food insecurity in Asia While overall food security has improved remarkably in Asia in the past few decades, food insecurity still prevails in many developing countries in the region. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations, over 500 million Asians still suffer..

Asian Development Bank Institute 

2017