China’s new rural “separating three property rights” land reform results in grassland degradation: Evidence from Inner Mongolia

@inproceedings{Li2018ChinasNR,
  title={China’s new rural “separating three property rights” land reform results in grassland degradation: Evidence from Inner Mongolia},
  author={Ang Li and Jianguo Wu and Xueyao Zhang and Jianguo Xue and Zhifeng Liu and Xingguo Han and Jianhui Huang},
  year={2018}
}
China is currently implementing the “separating three property rights” (STPR) reform to consolidate rural land. This reform divides rural land property rights into three components: nontradable ownership, nontradable contractual rights and tradable land use rights. The STPR reform adopts the rental of grassland use rights, a market-oriented approach, as the main arrangement for grassland consolidation. However, this arrangement may undermine the cornerstones of grassland restoration, which are… CONTINUE READING
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