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Migrant workers have made substantial contributions to urban economic development in recent years, but have not been provided with access to a corresponding social security system. In particular, the issue of the transfer and continuation of their pension insurance between jurisdictions has not been resolved, resulting in a low participation rate of migrant workers in the current pension insurance scheme. In 2009, two new policies were proposed to safeguard their social security. However, ourdoi:10.2139/ssrn.3170958 fatcat:zl5yvabpqfcvdg5ir7bxydix4e