The Evolution of Policies on Land Supply in China Based on Content Analysis Method

Authors: QI LIU*,
Topics: China, Land Use
Keywords: Land policy, Land supply policy, Content analysis, Policy evolution
Session Type: Guided Poster
Day: 4/3/2019
Start / End Time: 2:35 PM / 4:15 PM
Room: Roosevelt 3.5, Marriott, Exhibition Level
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The evolutionary trend of land supply policies in China will be summarized here in order to provide the basis for formulating the land supply policies and strengthening the management of land supply. Content analysis method based on the collection of 54 copies of policies text on the three parameters of polices issued quantity, policy aspect structure and policy issued time will be used here. Statistical policy texts are coded according to policy functions, and qualitative texts are transformed into quantitative data. Results showed that the course of Chinese land supply policy has roughly undergone three stages of alternation: germination exploration, basic establishment and development and improvement. Before 2001, Chinese land supply policy was in the embryonic exploratory stage, from 2002 to 2012, the land supply policy was basically established, and from 2013 to now, the land supply policy is constantly developing and improving. It can be concluded that the land supply policy system is gradually being reformed and revolutionized, but it still needs to explore the land supply policy in line with Chinese national conditions along with strengthening land management, urban and rural development. Three trends of future land supply policies are put forward: 1) Land supply policies are supposed to be use for further promoting the establishment of a unified urban and rural construction land market. 2) Land supply policies need to better serve social development and environmental protection. 3) Land supply policies should fully reflect the decisive role of the market in the allocation of land resources.

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