Analysis on the Social Insurance of Transferring Agricultural People in Chongqing Under the Perspective of Local Government Governance Mechanism

Qian CHEN

Abstract


The characteristics of Chongqing social fabric are “big rural area, big mountainous area, and big reservoir area” with large number of rural household registration. However, with the process of new urbanization, most rural household registration moved to urban and lives there, and the 18th National Party Congress firstly defined this group as Transferring Agricultural People. Whereas, low coverage of their social insurance becomes the handicap of the survival and development in urban, and lead to a new dual structural contradiction that needs to be solved timely. This article makes the low coverage of transferring agricultural people social insurance as the clue to explore the deficiency of Chongqing local government governance mechanism, and then provides some appropriated strategies.


Keywords


Chongqing; Transferring agricultural people; Social insurance; Local government governance

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/6863

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