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Impact of farmer households’ livelihood assets on their options of economic compensation patterns for cultivated land protection
Li Guangdong1; Fang Chuanglin1; Qiu Daochi2; Wang Liping3
2014
Source PublicationJournal of Geographical Sciences
ISSN1009-637X
Volume24Issue:2Pages:331
AbstractWith rapid urbanization and the socio-economic transformation, cultivated land protection has gradually become a major concern in China. The economic compensation plays a crucial role in promoting cultivated land protection and improving the utilization ratio of cultivated land. Farmer household’s satisfaction has a great influence on the effectiveness of compensation. Therefore, households’ willingness to select the economic compensation pattern for cultivated land protection has been considered and re-examined. By employing Participatory Rural Appraisal method (PRA), 3 villages and 392 households were investigated and sampled in mesa and hilly areas of Chongqing. Then a quantitative analysis framework of household livelihood hexagon has been developed to quantify the livelihood assets of different farmer households. Finally, the Gray Relation Model and Probit Regression Model have been employed to explore the coupling relationship between the household livelihood assets and their compensation pattern options. The results show that there are both qualitative and spatial heterogeneity in household livelihood assets. We found that the inequality of livelihood assets is evident for five household types. There is a spatial trend that the higher the elevation, the less livelihood assets are. In addition, their options of economic compensation pattern vary from Chengdu Pattern to Foshan Pattern due to their difference in livelihood assets and difference in location. In detail, there is a coupling relationship between household livelihood assets and their compensation pattern; negative correlation is observed between natural assets value and household pattern options, while the other livelihood assets have positive impacts on compensation pattern in varying degrees, which from the top are psychological assets, human assets, physical assets, financial assets, and social assets respectively. A conceptual compensation pattern system has been designed to meet the demands for farmer households mainly according to their shortage in livelihood assets. In addition, compensation method, compensation standard, the basis of compensation and the source of compensation funds have been proposed accordingly.
Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.igsnrr.ac.cn/handle/311030/122947
Collection中国科学院地理科学与资源研究所
Affiliation1.中国科学院地理科学与资源研究所
2.西南大学
3.浙江大学
First Author Affilication中国科学院地理科学与资源研究所
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Li Guangdong,Fang Chuanglin,Qiu Daochi,等. Impact of farmer households’ livelihood assets on their options of economic compensation patterns for cultivated land protection[J]. Journal of Geographical Sciences,2014,24(2):331.
APA Li Guangdong,Fang Chuanglin,Qiu Daochi,&Wang Liping.(2014).Impact of farmer households’ livelihood assets on their options of economic compensation patterns for cultivated land protection.Journal of Geographical Sciences,24(2),331.
MLA Li Guangdong,et al."Impact of farmer households’ livelihood assets on their options of economic compensation patterns for cultivated land protection".Journal of Geographical Sciences 24.2(2014):331.
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