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Room A:

Yingdong Auditorium,
Yingdong Conference Hall

Room D:

Room 2026,
North Main Building

Room B:

Lecture Room 2,
Yingdong Conference Hall

Room E:

Room 2033,
North Main Building

Room C:

Lecture Room 3,
Yingdong Conference Hall

Room F:

Room 2023,
North Main Building

Paper Session 1: 11th July, 13:00-15:00

1.1 Ageing Society and the Elderly (Room A) Moderator: Masao Yamasaki

Tang Yong 1.1.1 Burden, social support, obligation of filial piety and psychological wellbeing among Chinese caregiver of frail elderly
Chan Kam Wah and Li Juan 1.1.2 Rethinking ageing society: retirement protection for older people in China and Hong Kong
Chao-Yin Lin, I-Chun Liu and Don-yun Chen 1.1.3 Work stress, organizational commitment and job satisfaction among care managers in Taiwan's long-term care system
Che-Ying Lin 1.1.4 Total quality management for home care in Taiwan
Henglien Lisa Chen 1.1.5 Horizontal and vertical partnership working in long-term health and social care system

1.2 Health and Well-bieng (Room B) Moderator: Hyosin Kim

Agus Pramusinto 1.2.1 Minimum service standard in health sector in Indonesia: problem of concept and implementation
Byong-Hee Cho, Taekyun Yoo and Sung-Won Yun 1.2.2 The effect of benefit restraint measure on the late payers' likelihood of paying missed health insurance premium payments: the case of Korean National Health Insurance system
Fang Lijie 1.2.3 Rebuild the health service blueprint: reviewing of the new health reform (from 2009 to 2012)
Jin Young Moon 1.2.4 A study of "Happiness": can money buy happiness?

1.3 Governance (Room C) Moderator: Jiabao Sun

Fung Chi Ching 1.3.1 How does the China's foreign relations (central government policy) interacting with local governance: quantitative study on Hong Kong case
Gyu-Jin Hwang 1.3.2 How fair is Korea's welfare state?
He Jingwei 1.3.3 Reforming corporate governance of Chinese public hospitals: autonomization of centralization?
Hwayoung Lee and Minah Kang 1.3.4 Principal-agent relationship in International Development Assistance

1.4 Labour Market (Room D) Moderator: Sophia Seung-Yoon Lee

Chan, Li-Ying 1.4.1 Transformations of industrial relations in Taiwan from 1949 to 2012
LIU Lixiang 1.4.2 The analysis of employee assistance programs in providing social support - Based on the social welfare system
Shu-jung Li 1.4.3 The working poor in New Taipei City
Ka Ho Mok and Andy Green

1.4.4 Expansion of Higher Education, changing labour market needs and social mobility: A dialogue between Europe and East Asia

1.5 Family and Care (Room E) Moderator: Pei-Yuen Tsai

Chien-Chung Huang, Shuang Lu, Yi-Ting Lin and Juliann Vikse 1.5.1 Social welfare and status of left-behind children in China
Junko Yamashita and Naoko Soma 1.5.2 Double burden caring for both older people and children
Leung Lai-ching

1.5.3 Children in crisis: the impact of children witness violence at home

1.6 Postgraduate (Room F) Moderator: Koeun Park

Kiwako Kase 1.6.1 Putting people first?: Caring for older people in the community; what Japan can learn from England
Huiwen Xu 1.6.2 Aging village doctors in five countries in rural China: a cross-sectional study
Makiko Morita 1.6.3 Local welfare arrangements and social networks of older people in Denmark and Japan

Paper Session 2: 11th July, 15:20-17:20

2.1 Ageing Society and the Elderly (Room A)
Moderator: Chan Kam Wah

Masao Yamasaki 2.1.1 Succession of intuition and pertinent engineering experience in an aging society with an overall low birth rate
Song-Lin Huang, Chiu-Yen Yang and Yu-chia Chen 2.1.2 Does the resilience of elderly groups affected reminiscence treatment? - Differences in effectiveness between Hakaka & Hoklo elderly people in Taiwan
Wen-Jui Han and Tazuko Shibusawa 2.1.3 Trajectory of physical health, cognitive function, and psychological well-being among Chinese elderly
Agenosono Yoshiko, An Seung-Hee, Hori Takaki and Kamozawa Saori

2.1.4 Occupational health issues amongst care workers for the elderly in Japan

2.2 Social Protection and Income Maintenance (Room B)
Moderator: Misa Izuhara

Arun R. Swamyi 2.2.1 The role of social policy in building support for political reform: Sandwich coalitions and state-building in Thailand and the Philippines
Yanyan Chen 2.2.2 Does social policy respond to the multi-stresses of the urban aged poor in China? - Qualitative evidence from Beijing
He-chiun Liou 2.2.3 An exploratory study of social exclusion and material deprivation in Taiwan

Chen-xi Huang

2.2.4 Migration, vulnerability and social protection: Why floating population in China are more likely excluded from social security programs

2.3 Governance (Room C) Moderator: Gyujin Hwang

J. A. Berlie 2.3.1 An essay on gaming industry in the Macau SAR
Hyosin Kim, Gun Jeong Lee and Minah Kang 2.3.2 Is protection of women's rights good for population health status?
Jiabao Sun 2.3.3 Hukou reform and social inequality
Li-hsin Chuang 2.3.4 The correlation between social capital and partnership - An empirical study on social service organizations in Taiwan

2.4 Labour Market (Room D) Moderator: Ka Ho Mok

Wing Kit Chan 2.4.1 From disadvantaged students to jobless graduates: The dynamics of poverty encountered by the educated youth in China
Sophia Seung-yoon Lee and Yun-young Kim 2.4.2 The generation lost in transition: Precarious labour market and pension reform in Korea and Italy
Yang Weiguo and Minna van Gerven 2.4.3 The European Union's flexicurity model: is China learning from or teaching Europe?
Kinglun Ngok 2.4.4 Social management innovation and its implications for social policy development in China

2.5 Family and Care (Room E) Moderator: Junko Yamashita

Min-Chul Hwang 2.5.1 Individual and ethnic groups’ effects of Korean-language acquisition among immigrant wives in Korea
Lo Ka Wing Sally 2.5.2 Family policy in Hong Kong: A Review from Gender Perspective
Pei-Yuen Tsai 2.5.3 Childcare policy changes in Taiwan: Recent issues and debates
Peter Abrahamson and Byung-cheol Kim 2.5.4 Social generations and development or welfare institutions: A comparative study on elderly care in East Asia and Scandinavia

2.6 Health and Well-being (Room F) Moderator: TaeKyun Yoo

Khorolsuren Lkhagvasuren et al. 2.6.1 Assessment of human resource and financing of current health information system in Mongolia
Li Zhen 2.6.2 The impact of prescriptions audit and feedback for antibiotic and injection use in rural clinics: interrupted time series with segmented regression analysis
Chen Nie 2.6.3 Home ownership ideology of young people in transitional urban China

Paper Session 3: 12th July, 09:00-10:30

3.1 Family and Care (Room A) Moderator: Peter Abrahamson

Pi-Hua Chao, Chin-Fen Chang and Ying-Ling Huang 3.1.1 Spatial analysis and welfare services resources of married immigrants locate in Taipei
Raymond K. H. CHAN and Ying WANG 3.1.2 Gender Division of Domestic Work in Shanxi Province, China
Tsung-kuo Tienliu and Wen-Tsung Lai 3.1.3 The comparison of traditional and fuzzy questionnaires in psychology application by fuzzy theory

Karen R. Fisher and Xiaoyuan Shang

3.1.4 Impact of family foster care, social network and employment channels on adult orphans leaving state-owned child welfare institutions

3.2 Social Protection and Income Maintenance (Room B)
Moderator: Arun R. Swamy

Lih-Rong Wang 3.2.1 Gender-inclusive policy at risk management: From a data-driven approach
M. Ramesh and Alfred M. Wu 3.2.2 Poverty alleviation and cash transfers in urban China: Evidence from household survey
Maggie Lau, David Gordon, Christina Pantazis and Eileen Sutton 3.2.3 Poverty and social exclusion in Hong Kong
Tianshu Zhao 3.2.4 The inequality in children's health care and the affecting factors: Based on analysis of data of CHNS (1989-2011)

3.3 Governance (Room C) Moderator: He Jingwei

Tiannan Zhoui 3.3.1 Relationship between governance and its contemporary value
Xuan-Olivia Jiang 3.3.2 Encouraging rental housing reinvestment: Comparative study on communities in Cleveland, US and Shenzhen, China
Yuan-shie Hwang and Li-hsin Chuang 3.3.3 'Rhetoric' or 'Reality'? - Partnership in social services

3.4 Political Economy of Welfare and Welfare Regimes (Room D)
Moderator: Young Jun Choi

Chunhou Zhang 3.4.1 On Nation and Nation-State identification in perspectives of cultural socialization and communication
Huisheng Shou 3.4.2 Shared protection and institutional dynamics of welfare transition in East Asia
Matthias Stepan 3.4.3 Policy diffusion, institutional change and agency in the making of unified social policies in China – the case of rural pensions
Ming-ju Wu 3.4.4 Toward a welfare society based on community development: Initial observation of Taiwan

3.5 Education (Room E) Moderator: William Yat Wai Lo

Guangshen Gao 3.5.1 Influencing education policy by piloting done by NPO
Han Xiao 3.5.2 Centralized-decentralization: The development of transnational higher education in mainland China
Jinxin ZHU and Magdalena Mo Ching MOK 3.5.3 A Cluster analysis of the patterns of Hong Kong primary students’ attitude towards feedback and their mathematics achievement

3.6 Postgraduate (Room F) Moderator: Makiko Morita

Koeun Park and Yun-young Kim 3.6.1 A childcare policy for shifting from M to reverse-U shape: By comparing 5 countries
Maricel T. Fernandez 3.6.2 The social health insurance policy: The Philippine experience
NAN Fang 3.6.3 Review of China’s national strategy and policy framework of disaster risk reduction through child rights perspective

Paper Session 4: 12th July, 10:45-12:15

4.1 Family and Care (Room A) Moderator: Karen R. Fisher

Tianshu Zhao 4.1.1 Path dependence in transformation of medical assistance to urban poor children: A case study in Shanghai
Ya Wen 4.1.2 Social support and migrant children: A study in an urban village in Shanghai and its implications for social work
Xiaoyuan Shang and Karen R. Fisher 4.1.3 Negative impact of social exclusion on identity of orphans in China
YU Yangping, AU LIU and Suk Ching Elaine 4.1.4 Societal responses to the problem of young adolescents running away from home in China: the role of the government
Yu-Hsing Chou, Shu-Yung Wang and Shwn-Jen Lee 4.1.5 The preliminary analysis of the shifting boundary of care responsibility in East Asia welfare regime - a case study of disability policy in Taiwan

4.2 Social Protection and Income Maintenance (Room B)
Moderator: Lih Rong Wang

Misa Izuhara 4.2.1 The 'transitional generation' and welfare systems: Housing of the 30-somethings in Japan
Tsung-hsi Fu 4.2.2 Comparing two waves of public reform in Taiwan: 2000s and 2010s
Ume Laila 4.2.3 Impact of microfinance on poverty alleviation in Pakistan
Vincent Wan Ping Lee 4.2.4 Different welfare mentalities and approaches of the two special administrative regions: A study of the development of retirement protection and pension systems in Hong Kong and Macau

4.3 Social Protection and Income Maintenance (Room C)
Moderator: Maggie Lau

WANG Huan-qiang and LI Tao 4.3.1 Urbanization and economic development and burden of work-related injuries and diseases in China—Trend of workers’ compensation benefits from 1995 to 2011
Yei-Whei Lin 4.3.2 The increasing interest in non-contributory pensions in East Asian old-age policy: The politics of Taiwan's two-decade policy implementation
Yun-Hsiang Hsu 4.3.3 Market or government works? Comparing recipients' labor market performance in four types of active labor market programs
Yuhong Zhu, Yanyan Chen and Kwong-Leung Tang 4.3.4 A remedy to poverty? Comparing the development of food banks in Hong Kong and Canada

4.4 Political Economy of Welfare and Welfare Regimes (Room D)
Moderator: Matthias Stepan

WANG Ting 4.4.1 Changing factory regimes? Two case studies of Chinese domestic factories in Beijing
Won Sub Kim 4.4.2 Globalization and social policy in East Asia
WU Xiaofang 4.4.3 Ongoing social exclusion? Political economy of local social insurance reform in China
Young Jun CHOI 4.4.4 When the system cannot cope with: the political of social risks in East Asian welfare states

4.5 Education (Room E) Moderator: Jinxin Zhu

Liu QianWei 4.5.1 On the functions of school social services – taking the pilot school social services of Xingtan town school of Shunde district Foshan City, Guangdong province as an example
Louis Li, Vincent Lee and Alan Lam 4.5.2 Inclusive education in Hong Kong secondary schools
William Yat Wai Lo 4.5.3 How is China a factor affecting Hong Kong's education? The development of education under "one country, two systems"

4.6 Postgraduate (Room F) Moderator: Yunyoung Kim

WANG Yini 4.6.1 Impacts of the essential medicines policy on the cost of outpatient visit in Qingdao Jiaonan
Xiaolin Yang 4.6.2 Including internal migrant workers in the welfare reform in Guangzhou, China: What is under reform?
Yu Yuehui and Xiong Yuegen 4.6.3 Patients’ moral hazard in medical insurance programs: Retesting rational man hypothesis in China Elderly