Weitere Kapitel dieses Buchs durch Wischen aufrufen
This chapter provides an introduction to the Poyang Lake Region, including local agriculture, flood history, and the levee system around Poyang Lake. The chapter also describes China’s broader policy and development context, under which rural households develop their livelihoods. The PLR possesses unique social, economic, and environmental characteristics but also confronts the same issues for rural development as other rural areas in China. These issues include continued low levels of rural income and agriculture decline associated with increasing nonfarm income.
Bitte loggen Sie sich ein, um Zugang zu diesem Inhalt zu erhalten
Sie möchten Zugang zu diesem Inhalt erhalten? Dann informieren Sie sich jetzt über unsere Produkte:
Bird Life International. (2000). Threatened birds of the world. Cambridge, UK: Bird Life International.
Cai, F. (2010). Demographic transition, demographic dividend, and Lewis turning point in China. China Economic Journal, 3(2), 107–119. CrossRef
Chen, W., & Zhao, X. (Eds.). (2007). Land-use patterns and construction of security patterns in the Poyang Lake Region, China. Beijing, China: China Agriculture Press (in Chinese).
Dou, H., Min, Q., & Shi, F. (1999). Impacts of reclamation on the flood regime of Poyang Lake and countermeasures. Journal of Lake Science, 11(1), 24–27 (in Chinese).
Fan, S. (1991). Effects of technological change and institutional reform on production growth in Chinese agriculture. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 73, 266–275. CrossRef
Gale, H. F. (2013). Growth and evolution in China’s agricultural support policies (USDA-ERS Economic Research Report, 153). Washington, DC: US Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service. Retrieved from http://www.ers.usda.gov/media/1156829/err153.pdf
Gale, H. F., Lohmar, B., & Tuan, F. C. (2005). China’s new farm subsidies (USDA-ERS WRS-05-01).
Heerink, N., Kuiper, M., & Shi, X. (2006). China’s new rural income support policy: Impacts on grain production and rural income inequality. China & World Economy, 14(6), 58–69. CrossRef
Heerink, N., Qu, F., Kuiper, M., Shi, X., & Tan, S. (2007). Policy reforms, rice production and sustainable land use in China: A macro-micro analysis. Agricultural Systems, 94(3), 784–800. CrossRef
Huang, J., & Dai, S. (2004). Agricultural structure adjustment and industrial development in the Poyang Lake Region. Journal of Nanchang University, 28(2), 34–139 (in Chinese).
Huang, G., Wang, S., Jiang, H., Zhao, X., & Shi, Q. (2006). Research on the development of plant industry in Poyang Lake and its surrounding economic zone. Journal of Jiangxi Agricultural University, 5(4), 20–28 (in Chinese).
Huang, J., Yang, J., & Rozelle, S. (2010). China's agriculture: Drivers of change and implications for China and the rest of world. Agricultural Economics, 41, 47–55. CrossRef
Huang, J., Wang, X., Zhi, H., Huang, Z., & Rozelle, S. (2011). Subsidies and distortions in China’s agriculture: Evidence from producer-level data. Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 55, 53–71. CrossRef
Hui, N., & Huo, L. (2007). The transition of Chinese Rural Excess Labor. Beijing, China: China Economic Publishing House (in Chinese).
Jiang, L. (2006). Flood risk and land use change in the wetland restoration area around Poyang Lake, China. Ph.D. dissertation, Institute of Geographic Science and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China (in Chinese).
Jiang, L., Bergen, K. M., Brown, D. G., Zhao, T., Tian, Q., & Qi, S. (2008). Land-cover change and vulnerability to flooding near Poyang Lake, Jiangxi Province, China. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 74(6), 775–786. CrossRef
Kanai, Y., Ueta, M., Germogenov, N., Nagendran, M., Mita, N., & Higuchi, H. (2002). Migration routes and important resting areas of Siberian Cranes. Biological Conservation, 106, 339–346. CrossRef
Lewis, W. A. (1954). Economic development with unlimited supplies of labour. The Manchester School, 22(2), 139–191.
Li, P., Feng, Z., Jiang, L., Liu, Y., & Xiao, X. (2012). Changes in rice cropping systems in the Poyang Lake Region, China during 2004–2010. Journal of Geographical Sciences, 22(4), 653–668. CrossRef
Lin, J. Y. (1992). Rural reforms and agricultural growth in China. The American Economic Review, 82, 34–51.
Lin, J. Y. (2009). Economic development and transition: Thought, strategy, and viability. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. CrossRef
Liu, Y. S., Fang, F., & Li, Y. H. (2014). Key issues of land use in China and implications for policy making. Land Use Policy, 40, 6–12. CrossRef
Long, H. (2014). Land use policy in China: Introduction. Land Use Policy, 40, 1–5. CrossRef
Long, H. L., & Woods, M. (2011). Rural restructuring under globalization in eastern coastal China: What can be learned from Wales? Journal of Rural and Community Development, 6(1), 70–94.
Ma, D. (2007). Analysis of socio-economical vulnerability to flood in the Poyang Lake Region. Ph.D. dissertation, Institute of Geography and Natural Resources, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China (in Chinese).
Ma, Y., Li, J., & Song, Y. (2004). The characteristics and trends of flooding in Poyang Lake. National Natural Resources, 1(4), 40–44 (in Chinese).
Min, Q. (1997a). The flooding trends of Poyang Lake and strategies for flood protection and damage reduction. Disaster Reduction in China, 7(2), 33–37 (in Chinese).
Min, Q. (1997b). The analysis of flood features in Poyang Lake. Jiangxi Hydraulic Science and Technology, 23(2), 86–92 (in Chinese).
Peng, Z. (Ed.). (1999). Levee atlas of Jiangxi Province. Jiangxi Provincial Government Levee Department Publication (in Chinese).
Qi, S., Brown, D. G., Tian, Q., Jiang, L., Zhao, T., & Bergen, K. M. (2009). Inundation extent and flood frequency mapping using LANDSAT imagery and digital elevation models. GIScience and Remote Sensing, 46(1), 101–127. CrossRef
Shankman, D., & Liang, Q. (2003). Landscape changes and increasing flood frequency in China’s Poyang Lake Region. The Professional Geographer, 55(4), 434–445. CrossRef
Shi, X., Heerink, N., & Qu, F. (2011). Does off-farm employment contribute to agriculture-based environmental pollution? New insights from a village-level analysis in Jiangxi Province, China. China Economic Review, 22(4), 524–533. CrossRef
Shi, Q., Pan, X., Du, T., & Wong, Z. (2006). Jiangxi agriculture development strategies. Beijing, China: China Agriculture Publishing House (in Chinese).
Tian, Q., Brown, D. G., Zheng, L., Qi, S., Liu, Y., & Jiang, L. (2015a). The role of cross-scale social and environmental contexts in household-level land-use decisions, Poyang Lake Region, China. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 105(6), 1240–1259. CrossRef
Tian, Q., Brown, D. G., Bao, S., & Qi, S. (2015b). Assessing and mapping human well-being for sustainable development amid flood hazards: Poyang Lake Region of China. Applied Geography, 63, 66–76. CrossRef
Tian, Q., Guo, L., & Zheng, L. (2016). Urbanization and rural livelihoods: A case study from Jiangxi province, China. Journal of Rural Studies, 47, 577–587. CrossRef
Wang, D., Chen, W., & Ouyang, Y. (2002). A study on techniques of growing high-yield early rice in the flood-prone Yangzi River basin. Journal of Jiangxi Agricultural University, 24(4), 467–470 (in Chinese).
Wang, X., Yan, B., & Wu, G. (Eds.). (2006). The program of mountain-river-lake. Beijing, China: Science Press (in Chinese).
Wu, D., Li, R., & Wang, Y. (2004). Analysis of the flood control and disaster relief situation after pushing over dykes and returning land to lake in the Poyang Lake Area. Hydrology, 24(6), 26–31 (in Chinese).
Xu, D., Xiong, M., & Zhang, J. (2001). Analysis of hydrologic characteristics of Poyang Lake. Yangtze River, 32, 21–27.
Yan, D., Schneider, U. A., Schmid, E., Huang, H. Q., Pan, L., & Dilly, O. (2013). Interactions between land use change, regional development, and climate change in the Poyang Lake district from 1985 to 2035. Agricultural Systems, 119, 10–21. CrossRef
Yao, Y., & Zhang, K. (2010). Has China passed the Lewis turning point? A structural estimation based on provincial data. China Economic Journal, 3(2), 155–162.
Yin, P. (2008). Study of China rural poverty under social exclusion. Beijing, China: Knowledge Rights Publishing House (in Chinese).
Yu, Y. (2002). The application of several high-return production models for flood-damage-reduction agriculture in Nanchang County. Jiangxi Agricultural Science and Technology, 3, 7–8 (in Chinese).
Yu, W., & Jensen, H. G. (2010). China’s agricultural policy transition: Impacts of recent reforms and future scenarios. Journal of Agricultural Economics, 61(2), 343–368. CrossRef
Yuan, Z., Xiao, Y., & Liu, G. (2002a). Research on selection of flood-damage- reduction short growth early rice breeds and their adaptability. Jiangxi Agricultural Science and Technology, 6, 2–4 (in Chinese).
Yuan, Z., Xiao, Y., Liu, G., & Liu, R. (2002b). Research on flood- damage- reduction rice rotation methods and their evaluation. Jiangxi Agricultural Science and Technology, 5, 37–39 (in Chinese).
Yuan, Z., Xiao, Y., Liu, G., & Liu, R. (2007). Research and practice on flooding risk reduction agriculture in the Poyang Lake Region. Journal of Jiangxi Agricultural University, 19(7), 112–114 (in Chinese).
Zhang, X., & Chen, L. (2005). Economic development at the village level. Wu Han, China: Wuhan University Press (in Chinese).
Zhang, X., Chen, X., & Wang, J. (Eds.). (2004). China rural reform and development. Wu Han, China: Wuhan University Press (in Chinese).
Zhang, X., Yang, J., & Wang, S. (2011). China has reached the Lewis turning point. China Economic Review, 22(4), 542–554.
Zhao, X., & Guo, X. (2001). The analysis of sustainable development and use of agricultural land resources in the Poyang Lake region. Economic Geography, 21(4), 483–495 (in Chinese).
Zhu, H., Jin, F., & Li, R. (2002). A study of the flood storage functions of poyang lake and flood damage reduction. Beijing: Climatology Press (in Chinese).
- Rural Development in the Poyang Lake Region amid Floods
- Chapter 2