ANALYSIS ON DETERMINANTS OF PARTICIPATION RATES OF NEW RURAL COOPERATIVE MEDICAL SCHEME: TALK ON BEIJING'S CHAOYANG DISTRICT NRCMS

Li-jian QIN

Abstract


Through the village-level empirical study, this paper finds that on the national level, poverty is still the important factor affecting farmers to join in the new rural cooperative medical care. The government's investment in the NRCMS has a significant effect on people to join in NRCMS. Farmers’ education -level and the average life span per year are significant factors. For the stability and continuity of the NRCMS, this paper proposes to input more money in the NRCMS, to strengthen rural basic education and adult vocational education, and to improve the peasant’s income.
Key words: New Rural Cooperative Medical Scheme, Participation Rate, Factors Affecting, Empirical Analysis

Keywords


New Rural Cooperative Medical Scheme, Participation Rate, Factors Affecting, Empirical Analysis

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.mse.1913035X20070102.013

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