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China's social security system and its reform


Through "China's social security system and its reform" course open for foreign Master students, they can have an understanding of the basic concepts of the social security system, relevant theories and the bud, the formation, the question of reform and the trends of the social security system in the world,. On this basis, the establishment, development, reform and reconstruction of Chinese urban and rural social security system are introduced since the founding of New China. This course focuses on analysis of China's social insurance (pension, health care, unemployment, work injury and maternity), social welfare, social relief, and special care and placement, anti-poverty and other institutional arrangements and practices.

【Course Outline: Syllabus】

Week1 Concepts, theories, models and practices of the social security system

week2 Overview of the development of China's social security system

week3 Traditional social security of planned economy era

week4 Exploration of the social security system reform approach during Economic reform era Reconstruction of social   security  system

week5 China's social insurance Old-age insurance

week6. Medical Insurance

week7. Unemployment Insurance

week8. Work related Insurance

week9. Maternity Insurance

week10. House security Social welfare Social Relief Special care and placement

week11. Social security system in rural China

week12. Anti-poverty policy and its practice

week13. Chinese social security system ,economic development and social transformation

week14. Problems of China's social security system and its reform

week.15, Problems of China's social security system reform and institutional issues in the reconstruction and improvement


【Course Requirement and Grading】

Students are required to participate to all classes and be encouraged to offer their individual interpretation or response during discussions. Timely completion of assignments and preparation for final exam are also required in this course.


10% Participation and discussions

30% Homework

60% Final Exam