Analysis of Public Policy Effect on High-Quality Employment and Its Problems

Weiwei KONG, Kun CHENG

Abstract


Due to the industrial structure adjustment and scientific and technological progress, China is facing significant problems in employment. Public policies, as one of national macro-control tools, play an irreplaceable role in industrial structure adjustment and employment promotion and other fields. In this paper, public policy effect on high-quality employment in China is analyzed, in terms of finance, taxation, social security, science and technology and other policies, to detect problems existing in public policy effect on high-quality employment. To be specific, in terms of their effects on employment, public policies have following problems: insufficient investment in vocational education, huge gaps in tax preferential policies, low coverage of social security policies, and slow pace of commercialization of scientific and technological fruits.


Keywords


Public policies; High-quality employment; Human resource; Policy effect

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

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