Study on Influencing Factors of the Changing of Rural Residents Income Structure in Heilongjiang Province

Lingxiu HUANG, Guoqing ZHANG, Jingjing MA

Abstract


Base on analysis of the structure change of rural residents income in Heilongjiang province, Studying on main affective factors of the structure change of rural residents on income. The results showed that: a) To further strengthen the agricultural foundation status, create conditions for rural residents increase household business income. b) Adjust the rural industry and product structure, promote industrial upgrading. c) Correctly guide the rural surplus labor transfer, develop the third industry. d) To develop the education, strengthen the hand in hand with the development of rural education and skills training. e) According to distribution of elements as the main body, variety of modes of distribution coexist, improve the rural economy and financial market environment. f. Increase spending on national finance in rural areas.


Keywords


Farmers’ income; Revenue structure; Influencing factors

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