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Zhang, X. (2004) Doubts Analysis of Public Economics. Finance & Trade Economics, No. 4, 47-53.

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  • TITLE: An Experimental Research on the Equalization of Basic Public Services in Huizhou City

    AUTHORS: Jiali Dai

    KEYWORDS: Huizhou City, Basic Public Services, Equalization

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Social Sciences, Vol.4 No.4, April 27, 2016

    ABSTRACT: In April 2012, the government of Guangdong Province selected Huizhou City as the first pilot city of this province to further promote comprehensive reform on the equalization of basic public services. Under the policy background, this paper selects pilot city, namely Huizhou, as an experimental research object, and selects three core indicators of the foundational education, social insurances and medical and health services to analyze. Specifically, this paper introduces governmental policies and security standards, and uses statistical analysis and coefficient of variation method to calculate and compare the index data for each county (district) of Huizhou City from 2008 to 2014. Overall, by studying current situation of the equalization of basic public services, we know the government of Huizhou has innovatively established a series of policies and measures and made considerable achievements in the process of implementation. Many coefficients of variation of indicators have declined after pilot project. But among the basic public services, the medical and health service develops slowly and it is serious unequal. The construction of medical and health service has become the bottleneck of the equalization of basic public services. Finally, according to the medical problem, the corresponding countermeasures are put forward.