The Impact of Poverty Alleviation Input on Increasing Income of Rural Poor Population in Western China—An Empirical Study based on A City in S Province
Shurong Han, Chenyu Wang, Bei Guo
Available Online May 2019.
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- Poverty alleviation investment; Poverty in the west; Precise poverty alleviation
- Based on the data of A city of S Province in Western China and field investigation, this paper builds a model and analyzes the results of the investigation, explores the important impact of poverty alleviation investment on the income increasing of poor rural people in Western China, and puts forward relevant policy recommendations. The study found that the poverty alleviation investment of the Poverty Alleviation Office and the Finance Bureau is positively correlated with the per capita GDP of the poor households. The more special funds allocated for poverty alleviation, the higher the income of the poor households. At the same time, education, health level and related skills all have an impact on income. Therefore, when investing in poverty alleviation in the western region, the allocation ratio of poverty alleviation funds for education, health and skills should be increased, so as to show the emphasis on them. Measures including improving the education level of farmers, ensuring the health of farmers, conducting skills training, and developing characteristic industries to increase the income of poor people should be taken , and then to transform investment into farmers’ self-development ability in order to eradicate poverty fundamentally.
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TY - CONF AU - Shurong Han AU - Chenyu Wang AU - Bei Guo PY - 2019/05 DA - 2019/05 TI - The Impact of Poverty Alleviation Input on Increasing Income of Rural Poor Population in Western China—An Empirical Study based on A City in S Province BT - 2019 International Conference on Management, Education Technology and Economics (ICMETE 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SN - 2352-5428 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icmete-19.2019.115 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/icmete-19.2019.115 ID - Han2019/05 ER -