Protection of Farmers’ Interests in Rural Land Circulation of China: Theoretical Frame and Realization Mechanism

Juan CHEN, Xingduan DU

Abstract


The rural land circulation of China has the important meaning to Chinese agricultural and rural development. In the process of the rural land circulation, the interests of farmers are often harmed. To protect the interests of farmers in the rural land circulation, a theoretical frame is designed and its three parts refer to increasing farmers’ revenue, cultivating the new-style professional farmers and advancing the rural stable development. Meanwhile, there is a corresponding realization mechanism to carry out the ideas of the theoretical frame and its main content consists of the interest expression mechanism, the interest sharing mechanism, the interest conflict resolution mechanism and the interest regulation mechanism. 


Keywords


Rural land; Land circulation; Farmers’ interests; Theoretical frame; Realization mechanism

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/4392

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