Analysis of the Action Mechanism of Agricultural Modernization Drived by Science and Technology-Oriented Poverty Alleviation Project in Poor Areas in China

Jing HE, Fangchao YAN, Zhizhang WANG

Abstract


Science and Technology-oriented (STO) poverty alleviation project in China has been used for more than twenty years, the effectiveness of poverty reduction is remarkable, in particular, to vigorously promote agricultural modernization process, but most researches tend to discuss the effectiveness of poverty alleviation, agricultural modernization is less involved. This article studies from STO poverty alleviation by studying its meaning, features and general pattern to explore its effect on agricultural modernization process, and analyzes some of the problems that exist in the process of poverty alleviation, finally makes relevant recommendations.


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Technology; Poverty; Agricultural modernization; Technical training

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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