Empirical Analysis of the Interactive Relationship Between Urbanization and Farmers’ Income in Hebei Province of China: Based on VAR model

Shan ZHENG, Yixiang ZONG, Ting ZHENG, Ningyuan CHEN

Abstract


To study the relationship between urbanization and farmers’ income in Hebei province, this paper uses the VAR model, Granger test, impulse response function and variance decomposition to the empirical analysis of the relationship, the results show that the urbanization and the farmers’ income has a long-term positive equilibrium relationship; urbanization rate and farmers’ income support each other, but the key is themselves.


Keywords


Urbanization; Farmers’ income; Relationship; VAR model

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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