Current Satisfaction With Government for Poverty Alleviation of the Wulingshan Region in China

Mengzhu LI, Zhizhang WANG


From the perspective of the rural poverty regarding government’s poverty-alleviation, this paper builds the evaluation index system of government’s poverty alleviation satisfaction by Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) and then conducts a research into government’s poverty alleviation satisfaction in Wulingshan Region by Fuzzy Comprehensive Evaluation (FCE) method. The result shows that satisfaction rate of poor people to government is comparatively high between fairly and general satisfaction, while their satisfaction of education and health is higher than that of culture, economy and grassroots construction respectively. The paper analyses the consequence and puts forward policy implications on how to develop the Wulingshan Region.


Wulingshan Region; Poverty alleviation; Satisfaction; Analytic hierarchy process (AHP); Fuzzy comprehensive evaluation (FCE)

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