China's Rural Areas toward 2035: Vision, Challenges and Strategies


  • Xiao Qing Ye Guangzhou Institute for Food Control, Guangzhou, China; Guangdong Laboratory for Lingnan Modern Agriculture, Guangzhou, China


Development Strategy and Governance (DSGD)
Urban and Rural Development
Poverty Management System (PMS)
Public Administration
Economic Growth and Social Development


 Rural revitalization and development are mainly based on the urban-rural integration, which can be regarded as a key factor for China's rural land-use policy reform. This paper focuses on the research of the theory, technology, and management of rural revitalization from the perspective of the human-earth areal system. Firstly, this paper constructs the regional digital economy development evaluation index system according to the three-step selection process of indicators. Secondly, this research uses land engineering for land capacity building as the technical support to solve rural issues and constructs a framework of rural land management policy reform in China. Finally, the research results show that the consolidation of hollowed villages as well as gullied, degraded, and sandy land for highstandard farmland has been implemented, providing an important approach in improving land productivity. Collaboration among policymakers, multilateral organizations, and the private sector is crucial in filling gaps in solving the current problems.


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How to Cite

Ye, X. Q. . (2022). China’s Rural Areas toward 2035: Vision, Challenges and Strategies. Journal of Management World, 2022(3), 112–129.