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The Analysis of the Risks Faced by China’s Social Endowment Insurance under the Background of Rapid Aging Population

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With the increasing aging population, the pressure of social endowment insurance in our country is growing more quickly than ever. Meanwhile, there are some practical problems and shortcomings in the current social endowment insurance system in China. And all this will raise risks in the field of inherent finance, fund investment and operation of the endowment insurance system. At the same time, it will cause new risks in the field of institution and policy. Thus, only by strengthening risk management and actively responding to the risks of social endowment insurance, can the government perfect the social endowment insurance system constantly.

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Zhang, Y. and Qiu, Z. (2015) The Analysis of the Risks Faced by China’s Social Endowment Insurance under the Background of Rapid Aging Population. Open Journal of Business and Management, 3, 185-191. doi: 10.4236/ojbm.2015.32018.

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