Corpus ID: 54667366

MARKET SOCIALISM AND RURALIST WELFARE REFORM IN POST-MAO CHINA*

@article{KyungSup2003MARKETSA,
  title={MARKET SOCIALISM AND RURALIST WELFARE REFORM IN POST-MAO CHINA*},
  author={Chang Kyung-Sup},
  journal={Development and Society},
  year={2003},
  volume={32},
  pages={147-171}
}
Market socialism — or “the socialist market economy” — in China has practically reinforced the rural-urban divide in social welfare. The danwei welfare system for urban workers has remained robust, albeit currently through different programs for social security, so that Chinese-style socialism still governs the lives of most urban workers. The market-based and/or private arrangements for social insurances and services complement, not replace, the danwei-supported welfare programs. In contrast… Expand

Tables from this paper

Social insurance for rural-urban migrant workers in China : regional disparities
The Review and Mechanism of China’s Urban Social Support after 1949
Community governance, welfare service provision and state power in changing Chinese villages
Childlessness, Psychological Well-being, and Life Satisfaction Among the Elderly in China
...
1
2
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 33 REFERENCES
...
1
2
3
4
...