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The New Cooperative Movement in Rural China (中国农村的新合作运动)

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Abstract As a response to structural changes in the agricultural economy and given the weak capacity of small farmers to deal with such changes, various forms of new cooperative organizations have developed in rural China. By March 2012, reportedly there were more than half a million such cooperative organizations. This article explores the dynamic interplay of market forces and the role of various actors in the formation and growth of these new cooperative organizations. Through analysis of different degrees of marketization and commercialization, this article also compares the patterns and sectoral distribution of new farmer cooperative organizations across the eastern, central, and western regions. (This article is in English.) 摘要 面对中国农业经济结构的转型,传统小农因本身的弱势而难以应对。为此,各种新型农民合作组织应运而生,在中国农村快速发展。截至 2012 年3 月,各种新型农民合作组织已超过 50 多万家。本文将探讨市场与各种外部力量在新型农民组织的创建和发展中的作用。通过对各地农业经济市场化和商业化的分析,本文还将对比新型合作组织在东部和中西部发展的不同形态及种植结构。


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