Journal Article 中国農民専業合作社の経済効果の実証分析
Economic Analysis on Farmers' Professional Cooperatives in China : Evidence from CHIP 2002 Rural Household Survey

寳劔, 久俊  ,  佐藤, 宏

67 ( 1 )  , pp.1 - 16 , 2016-01-26 , 岩波書店
Agricultural cooperatives in China, known as Farmers' Professional Cooperatives (FPCs), are becoming popular and have been intensely promoted by the Chinese government to facilitate agro-industrialization of small farmers. This paper investigates the impacts of the participation in FPCs on farm income by dividing rural households into two village groups (whether villages were designated as "agricultural model villages") as well as controlling endogenous bias of participation. Estimated results show that the economic impacts of the participation in agricultural model villages are much larger than those in other villages, since agricultural related services offered by FPCs in appear to be more standardized in agricultural model villages.

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