콘텐츠 바로가기
로그인
컨텐츠

Category Open

Resources

tutorial

Collection of research papers and materials on development issues

home

Resources
Social Development Employment

Print

Active labor market policies in China and the Republic of Korea : A comparison and proposals for China's future reforms

Related Document
Frame of Image gwon, Mr. Lee Byung-Hee and Mr. Phang Hanam for providing me lots of valuable materials. Without them, I could not make this report a reality.
I also would like to thank Mr. Keum Jaeho, Ms. Chang Jiyeun, Mr. Kim Jooseop, Mr. Kim Sunkteak, the Korea International Labor Foundation, the Chinese Ministry of Labor and Social Security, the Korean Ministry of Labor, the KLI librarians and the International Cooperation Team for their help in my research.
I would like to thank all of others who have contributed to my research, but not mentioned here.
Finally, I am very grateful to my family members for their supports during my stay in Seoul.
2
List of Acronyms
ACFTU: All-China Federation of Trade Unions ALMP: Active Labor Market Policy KLI: Korea Labor Institute ILO: International Labor Organization IT: Information Technology LSSD: Labor and Social Security Department MOL: Ministry of Labor MOLSS: Ministry of Labor and Social Security SOE:State-owned Enterprises SOU: State-owned units COU: Collective-owned units SC: Shareholding Companies FFE: Foreign-funded enterprises PE: Private Enterprises
3
Contents 1. Labor Market Contexts in China and the Republic of Korea 1.1. China’s Recent Labor Market 1.1.1. General Situation of the Chinese Labor Market 1.1.2. The Employee Redundancy with the Reforms in Urban Labor Market 1.1.3. Migrant Workers Increased Steadily 1.1.4. Labor Forces are Increasing and Unemployment Pressure is Daunting 1.1.5. Composition of employment in urban units 1.1.6. G


Full Text
Title Active labor market policies in China and the Republic of Korea
Similar Titles
Sub Title

A comparison and proposals for China's future reforms

Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Li, Mingfu

Publisher

Korea Labor Institute

Date 2007
Pages 87
Subject Country China(Asia and Pacific)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Social Development < Employment
Holding Korea Labor Institute

User Note

LI Mingfu, Research Fellow, Institute for International Labor Studies, MOLSS, China