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Suggestions on the Construction of an Early Infant Development Service System Aged between Zero to Three(Special Issue No. 20, 2016)


As an essential development-oriented policy, the construction of an early infant development service system is of great significance.

Major Issues in the Formulation and Implementation of Social Relief and Assistance System(Special Issue No 17, 2016)


This report analyzes and illustrates from five aspects the major issues to be addressed in current social policy formulation and implementation.

Suggestions on Improving Social Relief and Assistance System during the 13th Five-Year Plan Period(Special Issue No 18, 2016)


During the 13th Five-Year Plan period, it is suggested that efforts should be made to improve the social relief and assistance system from the following aspects.

The Formation of China’s Social Relief and Assistance System and Its Characteristics(Special Issue No 16, 2016)


Since the 1990s, China has gradually formulated a social relief and assistance system underpinned by minimum living allowances and provisions to destitute people as well as special assistance schemes for medical care, education, housing and employment.

Harm, Causes and Countermeasures for the Problem of Municipal Waste Land Occupation in China (No 14, 2016)


And if addressed unwell, this issue could even trigger social problems.

Targeted Measures for Haze Pollution Control in the Heating Season with Minimal Input(No.8, 2016)


In recent years, severe outbreaks of haze weather have frequently occurred in China’s heating season, which has become a general public concern.

Investment Rate and Consumption Rate: Evolvement Rules and Empirical Tests —A Case Study on the Evolving Patterns of China’s Investment Rate and Consumption Rate


Theoretical analysis demonstrates that investment rate and consumption rate can undergo inherent cyclical changes and the developing trends of their dynamic equilibrium value depend on the consumption structure, export structure, and industrial structure thereof.

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