Regional Imbalance and Identification of Driving Factors in the Coupling Degree of Rural Revitalization and High-Quality Development
Journal of Sichuan Agricultural University
2023, 41 ( 3):
【Objective】 The regional heterogeneous characteristics and influencing factors of the coupling and coordination level of rural revitalization and high-quality development in China are studied, and scientific basis is provided for accelerating the high-quality development of agriculture and rural areas. 【Method】 Based on the entropy weight TOPSIS, grey correlation degree and coupling degree model to calculate the coupling degree of rural revitalization and high-quality development in 30 provinces （autonomous regions and municipalities） in China from 2010 to 2019, the standard deviation ellipse, spatial autocorrelation, σ convergence method and Dagum Gini coefficient methods were used to investigate the spatiotemporal dynamic evolution characteristics of the regional heterogeneity of the coupling degree, and it also used the spatial Dubin and OLS models to further identify the driving factors of the coupling degree in China and four major regions. 【Result】 ① The coupling degree of the whole country and the four major regions showed an increasing trend year by year, and there were spatial distribution characteristics of "high in the east and low in the west", and the coordination type jumped from primary coordination to intermediate coordination. The elliptical center of gravity of the coupling degree is always located in Henan Province, indicating that its location distribution characteristics and dynamic evolution trajectory are relatively stable. There is a significant spatial positive correlation in coupling, but the correlation degree is weak. Except for the small diffusion trend in the coupling degree in the western region, the rest of the regions showed a convergence trend. The spatial difference mainly comes from between regions, followed by regions, and the supervariable density is the smallest. ② From a national perspective, population density, economic development, consumption level and financial development will have a significant positive effect on the coupling development level, while human capital factors have a negative inhibitory effect, and the population density, economic development, financial development and technological development of neighboring areas will also have spatial spillover effects, and the improvement of the coupling degree of surrounding areas will also have a positive radiation effect on the region. From a regional perspective, the drivers exhibit "region-specific" characteristics. 【Conclusion】 Adhering to the principle of "national overall planning and adapting measures to local conditions",this study found sthat it is necessary to strengthen the leading role of the government's macroeconomic regulation and control, and also give play to the role of the driving factors of each region, and also optimize the spatial layout structure of the coupling degree, enhance the linkage between regions, promote coordinated regional development, and then accelerate the modernization of Chinese-style agriculture and rural areas.
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