Sessions

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Room A:

Center for Korean Studies, Auditorium (102)

Room D:

Moore Hall, 117 (1st floor)

Room B:

Center for Korean Studies, Conference Room (103 A)

Room E:

Moore Hall, 203 (2nd floor)

Room C:

Center for Korean Studies, Classroom (204)

Room F:

Moore Hall, 423 (4th floor)

Parallel Session 1: 14th July, 13:00-15:00

1.1 Welfare State, Welfare Regimes and Governance (Room B) Moderator:Gyu-Jing Hwang

Inhoe Ku 1.1.1 Path Dependency, Labor Movements, and the Development of Retirement Benefits in Korea
Laratta Rosario 1.1.2 Hand in Hand or Under the Thumb? A New Perspective on Social Welfare in Japan
Qian Fang 1.1.3 How dose inter-relationship between China's NGOs and their donor agencies affect accountability? ---The case of a China's child welfare NGO
Gyu-Jin Hwang 1.1.4 Welfare State Retrenchment in East Asia: The Case of Korea

1.2 Migration and Diversity (Room C) Moderator: Lucy P. Jordan

Sri Purwatiningsih 1.2.1 The Impact of International Migration on Children: Perceptions of Well-being and Social Support of Children Left Behind
Ijin Hong 1.2.2 Social citizenship in South Korea: a comparative social policy perspective
Chin-Fen Chang 1.2.3 The Social Inclusive Process of Marital Immigrated Sisters
Jiabao Sun 1.2.4 Resettled landless peasants and formation of new social class

1.3 Family and Care (Room A) Moderator: Jing Guo

Mengni Chen
1.3.1 How much can government persuade couples to have children? A life-course perspective review on Hong Kong's social policies
Nan Joo Yang 1.3.2 A Study on the Emergence of Family Care worker in Korea
Jing Guo 1.3.3 Education, work, and family: Differences and changes in Japan, Korea, Sweden and US.
Mutsuko Takahashi 1.3.4 Restructuring the child day care system in Japan

1.4 Aging Society and the Elderly (Room E) Moderator: Chan Wing Kit

Ling Zhong 1.4.1 The Asset Value of Adult Children for Older People in Rural China
Lin Liu & Bum Jung Kim 1.4.2 Impact of the Health Insurance System among the Aged Population in China
Yunyoung Kim 1.4.3 The Analysis of Poverty for Elderly and Institutions of Income Maintenance in OECD

1.5 Social Protection and Income Maintenance (Room F)
Moderator: Chen-xi Huang

Soyoon Weon & David W. Rothwell 1.5.1 The impact of the Hope Growing Account on participants' Earned income
He-chiun Liou 1.5.2 Child Poverty and Social Exclusion in Taiwan: An Empirical Study of Taichung City
Chen-xi Huang 1.5.3 Migration, vulnerability and social protection: A case study of social policy for floating population in China
Won Sub Kim

1.5.4 Underdevelopment, Expansion or Decoupling? Policy Diffusion and an Immature Welfare System in South Korea

1.6 Graduate Student Sessio (Room D) Moderator: Sophia Lee

Chunsen Yu 1.6.1 Chongqing's recent hukou reform and six parameters to assess whether it is successful or not
Koeun Park 1.6.2 Analysis of the institutional congruence of employment policy for solving the educational segregation in Korea labor market
Meixiang Xia 1.6.3 Divergent Paths: China, Korea and the East Asian Welfare Model
Michelle Xue Yang 1.6.4 Gender Differences in Health Status of Elderly in Urban China: Evidence from CHARLS Data
Danny Oh 1.6.5 A Study on NGOs founded by Koreans in East Asia -A case study of Children Centre in Siem Reap, Cambodia -

Parallel Session 2: 24th July, 15:20-17:20

2.1 Welfare State, Welfare Regimes and Governance (Room B)
Moderator: Kinglun Ngok

Jae-jin Yang 2.1.1 Quo Vadis, Power-Resources? Institutions, Policy Preferences, and the Underdevelopment of the Welfare State
Hongsik Yoon 2.1.2 The Same Familialistic Welfare Regime? Family policies in Southern Europe and Korea
Mason M.S. Kim 2.1.3 Institutional Fragmentation of Social Protection in China: Patterns, Causes, and Consequences
Jin-Sook Ju, Yun-Chul Nam & Wonsub Kim 2.1.4 Development of Pension and Welfare System in South Korea: A Comparison of Kim Dae Jung and Lee Myung Park Government
Kinglun Ngok 2.1.5 Social Policy Expansion and the Growth of the Welfare State in China

2.2 Migration and Diversity (Room C) Moderator: Jing Guo

Qiaobing Wu 2.1.1 Social Service Utilization, Sense of Community, Family Functioning and the Mental Health of New Immigrant Women in Hong Kong
Ya Wen 2.2.2 Transforming urban village to promote migrants' health
Lillian Lih-Rong Wang 2.2.3 Life satisfaction and social trust: Its implication for welfare state and welfare development

2.3 Family and Care (Room A) Moderator:Sophia Lee

Song-lin Huang, Ming-Zer Chiang &
Chiu-yen Yang
2.3.1 Burdens and Rights of Vegetative Patients' Family Carers: An Exploratory Study
Young Choi & Sun Huh 2.3.2 The effect of social care services on women's labor force participation over the life cycle.
Yuko Tamiya & Masato Shikata 2.3.3 Tjahe impact of disaster on family and care
Seung-Ho Baek, Yun-Kyu Ryu &
Sophia Seung-yoon Lee
2.3.4 The Politics of Family Policy Spending in the Context of Welfare Expenditure Restraints in OECD countries

2.4 Housing (Room F) Moderator: Hyunjeong Lee

Xiaoyuan Shang, Karen R Fisher 2.4.1 Social exclusion and housing for young people with disabilities leaving Chinese state care
Yong-Un Cho & Chang-Keun Han 2.4.2 Long-term impacts of homeownership on life satisfaction in Korea
Hyunjeong Lee 2.4.3 East Asian Housing and Socioeconomic Transitions: Toward Convergence or Divergence
Tingjin Lin 2.4.4 House Price and Citizens' Satisfaction with Housing Policy in Chinese Cities: Empirical Evidence from 2013 Lien Public Service Surveys

2.5 Education (Room E) Moderator: Ka-Ho Mok

Ka-Ho Mok
2.5.1 Education Inequality: Policies to help Poor Children in Hong Kong
Carles Muntaner, Edwin Ng &
Haejoo Chung
2.5.2 Welfare states, labor markets, and population health:
A hierarchical cluster analysis of 19 East and Southeast Asian nations
Juhee Park, Bum Jung Kim &
Young Shim
2.5.3 The Effects of Social Capital on Stress Caused by Extracurricular Private Education among South Korean Mothers with Children in Middle and High Schools

2.6 Aging Society and the Elderly (Room D) Moderator: Haoran Peng

Chan Wing Kit 2.6.1 Financing Elderly Services in China: Is Long Term Care Insurance a Solution?
Seiko Sato 2.6.2 Family and Elder Care in Japan and Hawaii
Haoran Peng 2.6.3 China's Old Age Pension Reform

Parallel Session 3: 25th July, 09:00-10:30

3.1 Welfare State, Welfare Regimes and Governance (Room C) Moderator: Chan Wing Kit

Bo-Yung Kim &Lee Bae Kim 3.1.1 Fate to be failed? Interpretations and responses of different layers of government in the social welfare delivery system reform in Korea
Hyunjeong Lee 3.1.2 Changing Late Industrializers and Revisiting the East Asian Welfare Model
Yasuhiro Kamimura 3.1.3 Welfare State Development in East Asia: A Cross-Continental Comparison

3.2 Migration and Diversity (Room B) Moderator: Jing Guo

Yuegen Xiong 3.2.1 Inclusive Migration and Social Policy Reform in China: A Quest for Sustainable Urbanization
Shu-chuan Liao & Chih-Bang Hsiao 3.2.2 The Urban Indigenous Tribe as a Learning Site for Developing Cultural Competence
Lucy P. Jordan, Qiaobing Wu &
Geoff DeVerteuil
3.2.3 Negotiating the global city as an outsider: The role of NGOs in Hong Kong and the New Territories

3.3 Aging Society and the Elderly (Room D) Moderator: Bum Jung Kim

Hisanori Ishikawa 3.3.1 Burnout and its Related Factors among Care Workers in Japan
Bum Jung Kim & Lin Liu 3.3.2 Suicidal Risk Factors and Preventive Policies for Older Adults in South Korea
Henglien Lisa Chen 3.3.3 Care Workers in Long-term Care for Older People: Challenges of Quantity and Quality

3.4 Labor Markets and Inequality (Room A) Moderator: Sophia Lee

Yuhwi Kim, Ensook Jung &
Sophia Seung-yoon Lee
3.4.1 The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of 'Time Selective Job' in Rep. Korea
Xiwen Chen 3.4.2 Social Inequality behind the Dual-track Pension System in Urban China: Pensioners and Policy Implementers' Attitudes towards the System
Jin-Hwa Par & Jin-Sook Lee 3.4.3 Korean Women's Social Rights based on National Pension Entitlements
Yun-Hsiang Hsu, Kuo-Jung Lin &
Chih-Yu Cheng
Employment Barrier for Brides in Cross-border Marriages: Employers' Perspective and Policy Implications

 

Parallel Session 4: 25th July, 10:45-12:20

4.1 Welfare State, Welfare Regimes and Governance (Room C) Moderator: Sophia Lee

Sven E O Hort 4.1.1 Asian welfare states on the move - beyond the East Asian Model? Regions of the World, East and South East (even South) Asian catch-up, and comparative welfare state research in the 2010s
Jooha Lee 4.1.2 Institutional Linkage between Social and Economic Policy Agendas: Lessons from South Korea
Sophia Seung-yoon Lee,
Minah Kang &Moo-Kwon Chung
4.1.3The Quality of Government and Welfare State Development in East Asia

4.2 Family and Care (Room B) Moderator: Jing Guo

Yu-fen Nan, Hsiao-shan Huang &
Cheng-Chieh Wu
4.2.1 The burden of family caregivers and Related Factor for Drug abusers
Hiromi Tanaka 4.2.2 The variations of the "adult worker model": from a cross-national comparison perspective
Seong-gee Um 4.2.3 "Migrants In: the New Elder Care Mix in South Korea"

4.3 Health and Well-being (Room A) Moderator: Yuko Tomiya

Gum Ryeong Park & Haejoo Chung 4.3.1 Determinants of Health and Welfare Attitude: Focusing on individual and national factors in high and middle income countries
Jin-Yong Wang 4.3.2 One plus one equals? Case management for mental health service users in Taiwan
Bong Joo Lee, Jung-Eun Kim &Won-Hong Min 4.3.3 A Longitudinal Study to Examine the Impact of Multidimensional Poverty on Korean Adolescents' Health

4.4 Education (Room D) Moderator: Ka-Ho Mok

Fan Wen 4.4.1 Estimating the External Returns to Education: Evidence from China
Dongha Kim 4.4.2 Identifying latent profiles in school adaptation of school absentee adolescents and testing the effects of related variables
Changwen Li 4.4.3 The change and development of support system of China's non-profit organizations

 

Parallel Session 5: 25th July, 13:30-15:00

5.1 Family and Care (Room C) Moderator: Jing Guo

Sirin Sung 5.1.1 Development of Work-family Balance Policies in Korea: Continuity and Changes
Pei-Yuen Tsai 5.1.2 Subsidizing Relative Childcare? Recent Experience in Taiwan
Yei-Whei Lin 5.1.3 The Politics of Child Protection Policy in Taiwan: Why path dependent-styled policy transfer persisted even after an unsuccessful transfer act

5.2 Health and Well-being (Room A) Moderator: Yuko Tomiya

Sulki Chung 5.2.1 Current Issues in Addiction Policy and Service Delivery System in Korea: Toward the Integrated Addiction Management System
Li-Yu Chang 5.2.2 A Study of Psycho-Social Adjustment and Pressure of Inject Drug User Who Living with HIV/AIDS in Prisons of Taiwan
Kei Takahashi 5.2.3 Subjective Well-being in East Asia: an Alternative Explanation to Collectivism?
Alex Jingwei He 5.2.4 Doctor-Patient Relationship and Over-Prescription in Chinese Public Hospitals: Defensive Medicine and Its Implications for Health Policy Reforms

5.3 Symposium: Care Provision and Care Work in South Korea (Room B) Moderator: Bum Jung Kim

Minseong Kim 5.3.1 Provision of Child Care: Home, Market, and the State
Kyung-Zoon Hong 5.3.2 Care penalty or labor market disadvantage: why is care work underpaid in Korea?
Sa-Hyun Kim
5.3.3 The separate and combined impact of Family policies on Fertility and Female labor market participation in OECD countries
Eunsun Joo Time Allocation among Care, Paid Work and Leisure: Work-Life balance of Working Parents of Preschool Children in Korea-