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Chinese Rural Economy
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Supervisor(s): Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Sponsor(s): Rural Development Institute Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
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  • Chinese Rural Economy is supervised by Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, and sponsored by Rural Development Institute, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. It aims to focus and study the major problems that need to be solved in China’s rural reform and development, as well as the important rural policies of the CPC and the government. Its scope covers rural situation and policy analysis, the system of rural property rights, rural land problems, and transfer of human capital and labor in rural areas. It has become an important window for the world to know Chinese rural economics and Chinese rural reform and development theories. The journal is included in CSSCI.

  • Director of Editorial Board
    Zhang Xiaoshan

Agricultural modernization with Chinese characteristics: goals, positioning, reform and innovation

ZHANG Hongyu;ZHANG Haiyang;LI Weiyi;LI Guanyou

Chinese Rural Economy,2015,No. 01

Capital deepening, population-to-land ratio and China’s agricultural productivity growth: a production function-based analytical framework

LI Gucheng

Chinese Rural Economy,2015,No. 01

Impacts of marketization on the evolution of labor’s share in income during urbanization

ZHANG Songlin

Chinese Rural Economy,2015,No. 01

Rural tax and fee reform and provision of public goods for villages

XU Yanchao;YANG Longjian;YIN Heng

Chinese Rural Economy,2015,No. 01

Structure and changes of rural village-level public investment: a study based on a longitudinal survey of 101 villages in five provinces

YANG Yunfan;LUO Renfu;ZHANG Linxiu;SHI Yaojiang;ZHANG Tonglong

Chinese Rural Economy,2015,No. 01

?Spatial spillover effects of farmers’ technology selection on their production income: a study based on the survey data of seven major apple production provinces in China

WANG Jing;HUO Xuexi

Chinese Rural Economy,2015,No. 01