Study of the Rural Revitalization and Development in Tianzhu County of Guizhou Based on The Rural Collective Economy Model

Mingming Zhou


With the development of the economy and society, the development model with households as the main production unit
had greatly improved the industrialization structure’s upgrading and development due to the low degree of land intensification, the
difficulty of large-scale investment of funds, and the backward development and management concept. The proposal of the rural
revitalization strategy would provide an opportunity for the development of the rural collective economy. The research objectives
of this study were the impact of the rural collective economy model, the attitudes of residents toward economic growth, and strategies for economic development. Five independent variables, housing development, economic growth, financial security, quality
education, and health and safety, were set to test the relationship with residents’ attitudes on rural economic development.


Rural Revitalization and Development; Tianzhu County; Rural Collective Economy Model

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18282/l-e.v10i6.2802


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