Study on the Solution to the Excessively Transferring Labor Forces in China's New Rural Building

중국 신 농촌 건설에 있어서 농촌 잉여 노동력에 대한 해결방안 연구

  • 왕영락 (중국합비대학교 관리학과) ;
  • 범평 (한서대학교 행정학과) ;
  • 심문보 (한서대학교 행정학과)
  • Received : 2009.09.22
  • Accepted : 2009.11.06
  • Published : 2009.12.28


How to make use of the surplus labor force is the key problem referring to success or failure of new rural building in China. The purpose of the paper is to know exactly that what the problems to the development in the rural area, especially the problem of the rural labor force. The way to solve rural labor force question is to protect the rights of peasants, eliminate the extant city and rural's partitioning pattern and give them the same treatment. Firstly, it should dominate the city and rural economic society's development; Secondly, it should dominate the markets in city and rural, and speed up the fair competition in employment; Thirdly, it should dominate the infrastructural facilities in city and rural; Fourthly, it should dominate the education and social enterprises in city and rural; Fifthly, it should dominate the social security system in city and rural. It should also enlarge the investment of funding, science technology, talented person and management. This is the only way to solve the problem of rural labor force outlet.


Rural;Labor Force;Peasants;New Rural Building


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