An Empirical Analysis on the Social Vulnerability of Agricultural Natural Disasters in China

Qiliang CHEN, Jiazhi XIE, Wentao WANG

Abstract


Reducing social vulnerability of agricultural natural disasters is an effective way to improve agricultural risk response capacity and reduce agricultural losses. In this paper, the author integrates the social vulnerability and agricultural natural risk response into the research results of various fields, and puts forward China’s agricultural natural disaster social vulnerability “medium” evaluation system. On the basis of the survey data, and the unconditional quantile regression method is used. It is concluded that there are some differences and cross characteristics in the corresponding index system. This discovery will provide an effective basis for the relevant policy formulation.

Keywords


UQR; Social vulnerability; Risk; Agricultural nature disater

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