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沈可   社会科学文献出版社  2019-08 出版
ISBN:978-7-5201-5158-0

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进入21世纪以来,发展与转型成为解读中国的关键词,经济增长方式转型、社会保障体系改革、人口变迁与人口老龄化等多股力量相互交织、互为因果。本书将经济、社会与人口转型置于整合的框架下,主要采用代际经济学领域前沿的国民转移账户方法,系统探讨人口老龄化、劳动收入与消费转型、公共转移支付分配模式与政府财政负担间的互动关系,从而为我国调整人口政策与财政政策、完善社会福利体系提供决策依据。
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  • 编委会
  • 图目录
  • 表目录
  • 第一章 导论
    1. 第一节 研究背景
    2. 第二节 研究框架
    3. 第三节 研究意义
  • 第二章 中国的人口转型与政策选择
    1. 第一节 世界与中国人口增长的新形势
    2. 第二节 中国的人口老龄化之路
    3. 第三节 人口政策的转向与成效
  • 第三章 人口老龄化与经济的生命周期
    1. 第一节 问题的提出
    2. 第二节 国民转移账户方法的理论与应用
    3. 第三节 研究结果
    4. 第四节 结论与讨论
  • 第四章 公共转移支付分配的收入不平等与代际不均衡
    1. 第一节 引言
    2. 第二节 中国社会福利体系的改革与完善
    3. 第三节 文献回顾
    4. 第四节 研究方法与数据来源
    5. 第五节 2010年公共转移支付分配的公平性
    6. 第六节 2010~2014年公共转移支付分配公平性的变化
    7. 第七节 结论与讨论
  • 第五章 公共转移支付分配的性别不平等与代际不均衡
    1. 第一节 引言
    2. 第二节 中国性别不平等的多重表现
    3. 第三节 研究方法和数据来源
    4. 第四节 公共转移支付分配的性别不平等与代际不均衡
    5. 第五节 结论与政策意义
  • 第六章 人口老龄化与社会福利体系完善的中长期财政负担
    1. 第一节 引言
    2. 第二节 公共财政支出的分解方法
    3. 第三节 公共财政支出的跨国比较
    4. 第四节 人口老龄化与社会福利体系完善对未来财政负担的影响
    5. 第五节 结论与讨论
  • 第七章 结论、对策与展望
    1. 第一节 结论
    2. 第二节 对策与展望
  • 后记
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