Open Access Library Journal

Volume 5, Issue 4 (April 2018)

ISSN Print: 2333-9705   ISSN Online: 2333-9721

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Research on Pathways of Non-Profit Organizations Involvement in Social Pension Service in China

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As China’s population aging advancement becomes more and more obvious, the social security system is insufficient to support the rapid huge aging society. The conditions of family-provide for the aged are weakened gradually while social pensions draw more and more attention. As a potential social capital, non-profit organization is an important force for assisting the work of care for the aged. This research focuses on the exploration of pathways by social survey. Through the analysis of existing literature and the data from questionnaire, the author focuses on the situations of non-profit organizations that participate in social pension service, including the current developmental situation, the internal and external predicament environments, etc. In conclusion, the results of the survey indicate that the majority of respondents are favor of their participation. However, faced with many predicaments, the non-profit organizations need to achieve a great-leap-forward development and improve the social credibility by strengthening the construction and management of themselves. In conclusion, combining with developed information technology, the networked cooperation and synergy of multiple principal resources may be the further development trend of social pension service model in the future.

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Wei, Y. (2018) Research on Pathways of Non-Profit Organizations Involvement in Social Pension Service in China. Open Access Library Journal, 5, 1-11. doi: 10.4236/oalib.1104558.

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