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Title: The Study on the Development Effects of Modern Agricultural commercialization-----Take Jinsui Model of Guangxi Long’an County as an Example
Authors: 广西民族大学民族学与社会学学院
中央民族大学
广西民族大学科学技术史系
韦丹芳
秦红增
石慧
Keywords: Jinsui model
agricultural commercialization
rural construction
effect
Issue Date: 2012-05-17
Publisher: Proceedings of International Conference on Anthropological Perspectives and Local Approaches:Indigenous Applications in Management and Marketing
Citation: Sun Yet-Sen University.Proceedings of International Conference on Anthropological Perspectives and Local Approaches:Indigenous Applications in Management and Marketing[C].Sun Yet-Sen University:,2012:12
Abstract: Agricultural Commercialization promotes traditional agriculture to modern from the overall,it is an effective way to accelerate agricultural industrialization. The article takes Jinsui mode, which was founded by Lu Yizhen and farmers in Guangxi Long’an County as an example. From the practical level, the article discusses the effects of agricultural commercialization on rural land transfers, new types of rural farmers cultivating,agricultural restructuring, rural constructions and so on. We think that it only gains good economic and social benefits, but also effectively solve land, labor, capital, technology, the interests of farmers and other problems, which have limited Chinese agricultural development for a long time. It innovates the new ways to the development of modern agriculture,and it have a certain significance on learning and promotion.
URI: http://ir.calis.edu.cn/hdl/530500/6219
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