|aThe crisis of welfare in East Asia /|cedited by James Lee and Kam-wah Chan.
|aLanham, MD :|bLexington Books,|cc2007.
|axvii, 267 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aDeciphering productivism and developmentalism in East Asian social welfare / James Lee -- Emerging issues in developmental welfarism in Singapore / Beng Huat Chua -- Aging population in East Asia : impacts on social protection and social policy reforms in Japan, Korea, and Taiwan / Chyong Fang Ko, Kyeung Mi Oh, and Tetsuo Ogawa -- Change and inertia in housing policy : Japanese housing system during economic crisis / Connie P.Y. Tang -- Globalization, regime transformation, and social policy development in Taiwan / Wan I. Lin and Wen-Chi Grace Chou -- The crisis of social security financing in Hong Kong / Raymond Man Hung Ngan -- Age discrimination in the labor market : barriers to active aging in Hong Kong / Raymond Man Hung Ngan, Ping Kwong Kam, and Jacky Chau Kiu Cheung -- Contradictions of welfare and the market : the case of Hong Kong / Sam Wai-kam Yu -- Managing the SARS crisis in Hong Kong : reviving the economy or reconstructing a healthy society / Kam-wah Chan and Lai Ching Leung -- Between idealism and realism : the evolution of full employment policy in China / Ho Lup Fung -- The coming housing crisis of China / Ya Peng Zhu and James Lee -- Concluding observations: Is there a crisis of welfare in East Asia? / Kam-wah Chan.
|aPublic welfare|zEast Asia.
|aEast Asia|xSocial policy.
|aChan, Kam Wah.
|3Table of contents only|uhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0717/2007017203.html