Welfare effects of rural-urban land conversion on different aged land-lost farmers: exemplified in Wuhan city
Rural-urban land conversion is a universal phenomenon in the rapid process of economic development and urban growth. The welfare of farmers who lost their farmland attracted a widespread concern within the society and academia. However, further research about differentiated policies according to the characteristics of different farmer groups is still need to be conducted. This article divides the land-lost farmers into three age groups: younger than 45, 45–65, and more than 65. It proposes a...[Show more]
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|Source:||Chinese Journal of Population Resources and Environment|
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