Study on Performance of Historical Changing Rural Land Policies in China
|Keywords||Rural land policies System innovation Performance of System Changing approach of System|
It’s the core of choosing the countryside land policies as the fundamental part of countryside economic system as well as the carrier of countryside society productivity progress. Timely innovation and scientific construction of land policies are not only the center meaning of the pattern in pursing the lasting ,steady, harmonic development of countryside product and rural economics, but also the precondition of government macroscopic agriculture policies. The rural land policies has not been well established, which need theoretical and practical innovation to further solve the issues concerning agriculture, countryside and farmers. In this paper, the author systematically analyzes the history and the reality of rural land policies in China and discusses its problems and future from the view of its innovation, striving to offer novel suggestions and ideas to tackle issues and farmers effectively.The paper evolves based on "raising the question—description of theory—Analysis of history—studying demonstration designing innovation—Regression Analysis—question discussing—conclusion and proposal ". First we deduce the significance of this study by exposing issues concerning agriculture, countryside, and farmers which is concerned with rural land policies and describe conceptions and theories related to the paper(Chapter 1); Then describe the changing course of rural land policies from the founding of China and analysis the features of the changing way of each rural land policies(Chapter 2); Then basing on certain performance indicators , discuss the performance of each rural land policies and analysis the contribution of rural land policies by the way of Regression(Chapter 3); Finally, applying the theories in chapter 2 and experience and lessons of history which are resulted in chapter 3, we expose some personal ideas and proposals on innovation of rural land policies(Chapter 4).