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The Impact of Labor Contract and Labor Union on Social Security Right

DOI: 10.4236/aasoci.2018.84017, PP. 306-318

Keywords: Labor Contract, Labor Union, Social Security Right, Basic Endowment Insurance, Basic Medical Insurance, Work Injury Insurance, Unemployment Insurance

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Based on ten cities’ workers data about the employment situation of the worker in 2010, the paper analyzes the influence of labor contract and labor union on social security rights by using binary logistic regression model. The study found that: 1) labor contract and labor union contribute to the acquisition of the workers’ social security right, and the promotion of labor contract is greater than that of labor union; 2) the impact of labor contract and labor union on different types of social insurance is also different, which is more reflected in the unemployment insurance and basic medical insurance, while less reflected in the work injury insurance.

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