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Keywords: “乡政村治” 农地流转 利益主体 乡村治理
“township politics village autonomy” rural land transfer interest subject rural governance

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Since the reform and opening up, the rural household contract responsibility system has led to the establishment of rural “township politics and village autonomy” governance pattern. However in recent years, with the circulation of farmland in rural area and the rise of new subjects of interests, the “township politics and village governance” governance pattern is facing a trend of participants expansion and interests diversification. Emerging stakeholders and the participants of the original “township politics and village governance”governance pattern are associated with the interests, and also have a conflict of interests, and the original “township politics and village governance” governance structure needs to keep pace with the times to adjust. Upon analyzing the respective role expectation and motivation of relevant stakeholders under the background of rural land circulation, it is found an important issue to explore management optimization in the vast rural areas to deepen the reform development with the participation of various stakeholders in agricultural land transfer and rural governance framework.


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