The SWOT Analysis on Social Security of Transferring Agricultural People in Chongqing

Qian CHEN

Abstract


The 18th National Party Congress firstly used the words of “Transferring Agricultural People” to replace “Peasant-worker”, it gives full expression to the respect and attention of the Party Central Committee to them, and in the report, it clearly proposed to establish a social security system that covering both urban and rural residents. This article adopts the method of SWOT with the realities in Chongqing to analyze social security of the transferring agricultural people, then finds the advantages and disadvantages of its development, simultaneously, provides the appropriate strategy according to the analysis results.


Keywords


Chongqing; Transferring agricultural people; Social security; SWOT analysis

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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