Study on the Pension Rights of Families That Have Lost Their Only Child

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According to incomplete statistics, the number of families that have lost their only child had reached more than one million in China currently, following an annual increase by 76,000. The problem of elder care of these families that have lost their only child has become a hot issue in China. Legislation and relevant policies about families that have lost their only child are not sufficient, which have caused the lack of basis on establishing a reasonable elder care system of those families. This paper is aiming to address the rights as a core and further supplement on the basis of the present situation of families that have lost their only child, therefore implement to build the pension right system of loss of only child families. Meanwhile, we also strive to put forward specific advices on establishing legislation and relevant policies.

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Zhang, X. (2015) Study on the Pension Rights of Families That Have Lost Their Only Child. Beijing Law Review, 6, 16-22. doi: 10.4236/blr.2015.61003.

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