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Study On The Development Model About Inner Mongolia State-Owned Forestry Region

Posted on:2004-01-20Degree:DoctorType:Dissertation
Country:ChinaCandidate:C L LiuFull Text:PDF
GTID:1116360122460613Subject:Forestry Economics and Management
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State-owned forestry has always been the main stream in China's forestry. In modern tine, when greater importance has been attached to ecosystem construction and people's ecological demand has been increasing day by day, altering the development model and quickening the development speed have become the prerequisite for overcoming the difficulties caused by diminishing resources and contracting economy, and also for keeping the state-owned forestry to play a main part in regional economy, which is the key for China to realize its great development in forestry. In order to deal with the theoretical and practical issues existing in the development of state-owned forestry, the research takes such forestry in Inner Mongolia as its subject, conducting research in both theory and practice, combining normative with positive analysis, and, based on a comparatively thorough study of the problems and causes prevailing in the development of Inner Mongolia's state-owned forestry, puts forward the city-oriented forestry development model, which takes ecosystem construction as the prerequisite, forestry as the leading business, and holds that the ecosystem construction is to be accomplished through economic development in the state-owned forestry region. The objectives of the research are focused on promoting the industrialization of forestry and the formation of industrial system in the forestry region, quickening the economic development of the state-owned forestry, and thus bettering the ecosystem construction under the guidance of the concept of classified operation, through the merging of the development of state-owned forestry and regional economy, and with the help of the cities or towns in the area. The concrete conclusions drawn by the research are as follows: Firstly, quickening the economic development is the basis for solving all the problems in the state-owned forestry region. Economic development can not only overcome the regional economic difficulties, but also strengthen the ecosystem construction directly or indirectly, and hence help to realize the coordination of the construction of ecosystem and economy.Secondly, regional integrated development is an efficient way of ecosystem construction and economic development of the state-owned forestry in such a region. Regional development can eliminate the dual administrative system structure in the state-owned forestry region, and it is the base of strengthening the regional social division and cooperation with the result of implementing specialized production in such a forestry region.Thirdly, cities are the cores of the state-owned forestry region, and also the regional political and economic centers. Cities can attract the limited production factors in the region so as to yield economy of scale, facilitate the forming of some regional leading enterprises based on forest resources and benefits, effectively separate the administration of social affairs from the management of forest businesses, employ those unemployed from forestry, and thus provide an effective way to deal with the social security problems and ecological immigration or emigration in the region. Cities should dominate in the development of the state-owned forestry region.Fourthly, the operating mechanism of city-oriented forestry development model is to treat government as the leader, city as the medium, enterprise as the main entity, and to conduct management by means of grouping the region into sections. To be more exact, by government as the leader it is meant that the regional development in the state-owned forestry region is dominated by the local governments at all levels in the region, getting rid of the dual system structure in the state-owned forestry region. As to the city as the center, we mean that each of the regional political, economic, social and ecologicalcenters at different levels is formed with a city or town as its core. Modern state-owned forestry enterprises are to be set up according to the rules of market economy. And based on the difference of forest operat...
Keywords/Search Tags:state-owned forestry, city-oriented, development model
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