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Effect of Key Priority Forestry Programs on off-farm employment: Evidence from Chinese rural households

Forest Policy and Economics 88 (2018)

2018-11-23 来源:战略部 作者:Yue Liu, Shunbo Yao,Ying Lin
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  ABSTRACT:This paper examines how 3 Key Priority Forestry Programs (the KPFPs) infuenced rural off-farm employment time using a long-term panel dataset that spans 18 years (1995–2012) and includes 6 provinces in China. The programs included the most significant forest policies, including the Sloping Land Conversion Program (SLCP), Desertification Combating Program around Beijing and Tianjin (DCBT), and Natural Forest Protection Program (NFPP). A labor supply model with both fixed and cluster effects were used to identify the programs' disparate impacts in the different regions and on various policy stages. We found the following results: (i) the overall effect of the SLCP was pronounced in relation to the off-farm participation time, but it weakened gradually after the first policy stage; (ii) the DCBT had less impact than the SLCP in increasing the work time of farmers who already had off-farm jobs, but it was better than the SLCP during the various subsidy policy stages; (iii) the NFPP's total effect was insignificant; (iv) forestry subsidies tended to be decoupled for farmers in China, since the substitution effect was greater than the income effect and increased the supply of non-agricultural labor hours. The re-searches and policy implications of our work are also discussed here.

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  Forest Policy and Economics 88 (2018)  

  Yue Liu, Shunbo Yao,Ying Lin

  

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