Research on Effective Supply Mode of Rural Public Goods
AbstractOn the basis of definition and classification of rural public goods, this paper analyses the status quo of public goods supply in vast rural areas of China, and it indicates mat the electricity and communication facility in rural areas have not yet been popularized; the culture and education facility is critically backward; the medical care and social warfare institutions are short. It points out the rational supply model of public goods as follows: the government plays dominant role in the public goods supply with a large amount of investments, related to the quality of living and production of multitudinous farmers; small wieldy quasi-public goods that can be easily supplied and marginalized public goods can introduce multiplex supply main body under the framework of government guidance. According to this model, corresponding policy suggestions are put forward as follows, increase financial inputs, and perfect local financial system; actively encourage the majority of farmers in rural areas to participate in public goods supply mechanism, so mat the supply has pertinence; vigorously develop multiplex supply system of rural public goods, to ensure effective supply.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by USA-China Science and Culture Media Corporation in its journal Asian Agricultural Research.
Volume (Year): 03 (2011)
Issue (Month): 08 (August)
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Public goods; Multi-center; Supply model; China; Agribusiness;
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