SHS Web of Conferences
Volume 6, 2014IFSRAP 2013 – The First International Forum on Studies of Rural Areas and Peasants
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Published online||25 April 2014|
Discussion on Farmer Flow from the Perspective of Economic Benefits
Institute of Political Science. China West Normal University, 637009 Nanchong Sichuan, China
Market economy is the major carrier of current economic development. Market economy functions not only as the decisive factor guiding the change of social structure, but also as the promoter and guider of the nation’s modernization. By observation and comparison, the author of this paper believes that economic benefit as the essential role causes the migration of the farm laborers, it is the factor that causes the migration and finally decides the result of the migration. Economic development changed the agricultural status and the village. This change brought the villagers flow and the villager flow promoted the economic development. All of the change brings the social transformation to have profound influence. On the other hand, the spontaneous villagers flow has brought the trouble to social governance and other aspects and cannot make economic development adapt to the human resources. We should provide the migrant workers with dynamic management and reduce the villagers flow. We must guide the development of migrant workers reasonably to resolve the problem with the villagers flow.
Key words: economic benefits / migrant workers / farmer flow
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