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고용, 복지 연계정책의 국제비교연구(Work and welfare reconciliation policies in Korea, Japan and China) : 한, 중, 일 비교를 중심으로

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  • 고용, 복지 연계정책의 국제비교연구(Work and welfare reconciliation policies in Korea, Japan and China)
  • 노대명; 김태완; 요건평; 김병철; 고이시; 노리미치; 임완섭
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Title 고용, 복지 연계정책의 국제비교연구(Work and welfare reconciliation policies in Korea, Japan and China)
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한, 중, 일 비교를 중심으로

Material Type Reports
Author(Korean)

노대명; 김태완; 요건평; 김병철; 고이시; 노리미치; 임완섭

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서울:한국보건사회연구원

Date 2013-12
Series Title; No 연구보고서 / 2013-18
ISBN 978-89-6827-049-9 93330
Pages 252
Subject Country China(Asia and Pacific)
Japan(Asia and Pacific)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
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Subject Social Development < Social Welfare
Social Development < Employment
Holding 한국보건사회연구원

Abstract

This study provides an analysis of work/welfare reconciliation policies(WWRP) in Korea, Japan and China, discussing how changes in employment and income distribution since 19990’s have led to reforms their social protection system. The focus of this study is the making and transition of WWRP in three east-asian countries, in the perspective of international comparison.
Compared to the situation in the late 1990s, tensions and pressure triggered by rapid economic and social changes in these countries are much more challenging. Japan, plunged in a long-term economic recession and population ageing, has intense aspirations for economic recovery and social stabilization. In China, owing to a fragmented social security system in a rural– urban divided society, some of the rural migrants flooding the cities are often plunged to a trap of poverty, unemployment, and unequal treatment. Consequently, the Chinese government has initiate a reform of social security system (Social Insurance Act in 2010) and regional development programs in deprived areas since the late 2000s. In Korea, reform of social policies and social welfare policies were not the main concern of the government, even in the situation of repeated economic crises and increasing income inequality. However, no matter how much pain it may involve, reform is what Korea needs in its social protection system. (The rest is ommitted)