An Analysis of the Consumer Demand Structure of Rural Residents in Chongqing City in the Context of New Urbanization

Xiaomin JIA
July 2015
Asian Agricultural Research;Jul2015, Vol. 7 Issue 7, p30
Academic Journal
Using ELES model and econometric methods, in the context of new urbanization, we use the time series data on the consumer spending of rural residents in Chongqing City to perform an empirical analysis of the consumer demand structure of rural residents, reveal the characteristics, differences and changes concerning the consumption structure of rural residents in Chongqing City, and set forth some policy recommendations such as carrying out the new rural construction, optimizing the consumption structure, establishing sound social security system and income growth mechanism, and stabilizing the price level.


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