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The Impact of the Game between Stakeholders on the Protection of Farmland

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Arable land is a scarce resource with multiple values. However, the rapid development of urbanization and industrialization has posed an enormous challenge on the protection of it. This paper will first analyze three relative parties: farmers, local governments and central government. And then game theory will be used to study the behavior of these three parties so as to facilitate the conservation of farmland.

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Li, F. and Zhou, W. (2015) The Impact of the Game between Stakeholders on the Protection of Farmland. Agricultural Sciences, 6, 1317-1323. doi: 10.4236/as.2015.611126.


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