Comparative Study on Moderate Scale Management of Agricultural Land in China and Japan



Abstract: The safety of Chinese agricultural land resources has already influenced the whole world’s food security. “Food Security” has become a vital issue affecting social stability. However, the current condition of Chinese agricultural land is not good. Therefore, agricultural land revolution, moderate scale management of agricultural land, and improvement of land utilization efficiency is urgently needed in China to protect the basic life line of human beings. There are lots of common places as well as unique features between Japan after World War II and China after the reform and open policy in rural land management. By analyzing these familiarities and differences, focusing on the process of Japan's revolution, and learning from Japan's successful experience in agricultural land moderate scale management, this paper wishes to be of some help in improving Chinese agricultural land moderate scale management.
Key words: Agricultural land in China and Japan; Moderate Scale; Circulation; Management; Comparative study


Agricultural land in China and Japan; Moderate Scale; Circulation; Management; Comparative study

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