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The Impacts of State Policies on Rural Poverty

HUAN Jian-li (School of Humanities and Social Sciences University of Science and Technology Beijing, Beijing 100083, China)  
The paper approaches the impacts of the state policies adopted since 1949 on rural development from the viewpoint of economic history. Before China introduced the policy of reform and opening-up, many state policies, such as urban and rural policy, rural economic policy, population policy and regional development policy, had bad effects on rural development to a certain degree, making the poor rural area poorer; after that, although the state policies mentioned above have been greatly changed, their bad effects can not be overcome immediately and still have a strong restriction on rural development.
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