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Research on Rural Land Right Confirmation from the Perspective of Campaign-Style Governance

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DOI: 10.4236/ojbm.2019.73101    77 Downloads   139 Views


This paper focuses on the implementation effect of the rural land right confirmation work carried out in China since 2013. It discusses the imbalance and good governance in the rural land right confirmation work through the review of this policy agenda. The author adopts the grounded theory research method based on interviews and literature research to find out the unbalanced points and interest conflicts of each subject in the policy agenda, focusing on Shanxi Province, which has a high proportion of traditional agriculture. This land right verification work has significant movement type governance characteristics, driven by the central, within five years to complete a nationwide land management work. Behind its high timeliness and predetermined target is a series of games from policy entrusting parties, intermediate contractors and grass-roots agents. The three forces interact and reconstruct. Task transmission becomes the main line of activities and task objectives are constantly overhead. The implementation of policy objectives is challenged. Based on this, this study proposes to improve the top-level design to avoid imbalance in sports governance. To achieve good governance through long-term planning. It provides reference for understanding the deficiency of the implementation of the policy agenda and the defect of the movement governance.

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Guo, Y. (2019) Research on Rural Land Right Confirmation from the Perspective of Campaign-Style Governance. Open Journal of Business and Management, 7, 1471-1484. doi: 10.4236/ojbm.2019.73101.

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