Research on the Development of Rural Collective Economy: The Case of Chun'an

  • Bing-yu WANG Postgraduate Student, College of Economics and Management, Zhejiang Agricultural and Forestry University, Hangzhou 311300, CHINA
Keywords: Rural Revitalization Strategy, Rural Collective Economy, Development Countermeasure

Abstract

The implementation of the rural revitalization strategy in the new era is the overall starting point for doing a good job in the "three rural" work. Research on the development of the rural collective economy has promoted the overall upgrading of agriculture, the overall progress of the countryside, and the overall development of farmers. It has promoted the implementation of the rural revitalization strategy. It is also the focus and difficulty of rural grassroots construction. This paper analyzes the development status of the rural collective economy in Mochuan Village, Chun'an County, uses the operating income data of Mochuan Village from 2014 to 2019, uses statistical analysis methods to explore the existing problems and their causes, and manages different subjects and agricultural production from rural society From the two perspectives of the elements, the countermeasures for the development of the rural collective economy are proposed.

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Published
2021-08-18
How to Cite
Bing-yu WANG. (2021). Research on the Development of Rural Collective Economy: The Case of Chun’an. International Journal of Engineering and Management Research, 11(4), 177-182. https://doi.org/10.31033/ijemr.11.4.21