The main objective of this report is to identify the impact created on social security system of Japan owing to the declining birth rate in Japan. For the purpose of attaining the research objectives, this report has taken into consideration the work done by four researchers by names Yukiko Katsumata, Yuki W P Heun, Tetsuo Fukawa and Takashi Oshio respectively and critically evaluated them. The papers that are considered for this study are “Expert Group Meeting on policy responses to population ageing and population decline”, “Policy Response to Declining Birth Rate in Japan: Formation of a “Gender-Equal” Society” ,”The Effects of the Low Birth Rate on the Japanese Social Security System and “The Japan Economic Currents: A Commentary on Economic and Business trends”, respectively. Besides, examining these papers, the report also list the research design and sampling units adapted by the researchers in their corresponding research work.
What is social security?
Spicker (2011, p 3) defines that social security is always written about as if it was concerned only with the poverty relief; several major debates are about how to do that more efficiently. However social security is offered for several other reasons. They also include social protection, prevention, economic policy and redistribution as well as social and economic measures intended to benefit society as a whole. Further goals include smoothing of income, compensation and the solidarity promotion. There is much more to benefit than offering a safety net or getting people back to work.
本报告的主要目的是确定冲击造成的对日本的社会保障制度由于在日本出生率下降。为达到研究目的，本报告书已考虑四者的名字，雪子他所做的工作，你的W P Heun，铁雄布川隆押尾分别和审慎评估他们。被认为是这项研究的论文“专家组会议上，政策应对人口老龄化和人口下降”，“在日本的出生率不断下降，政策反应：一个“性别平等”的社会”的形成，“低出生率的日本社会保障制度和“日本经济电流的影响：对经济和商业趋势”的评论，分别。此外，检查这些文件，报告还列出了研究设计和抽样单位的相应的研究工作的研究人员调整。