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Articles by Yali Wen
Total Records ( 3 ) for Yali Wen
  Jing Wu , Yilei Hou and Yali Wen
  It is widely acknowledged that the current Forest Law has not been able to adapt to the construction of ecological civilization and the sustainable development of forestry and amendments are required due to the fundamental transformation of the strategy for forestry development in the current situation. In order to understand the awareness and perceptions of the different stakeholders on China’s Forest Law and the need for forest legislation during the forestry production and development, field work in Sanming City, Fujian Province has to be done in the forms of questionnaire and interview. Based on the results and analysis of 93 in-depth interviews, this study finding that (1) Forest law does not match with the forestry operation and management, forest felling system and forest land usufruct system should be perfected, (2) Compensation system for forestry of ecological benefit and protection mechanism of the ownership of the forestry law should be improved and (3) Proper forest ownership pattern should be established by the future new forestry law system.
  Yilei Hou , Jing Wu , Longbo Ma and Yali Wen
  After China’s collective forest right system reform, cooperation organizations have played an important role in the development of community forestry. In order to analyze the demands and attitudes of stakeholders of community forests, a participatory approach which included brainstorming, material collection, PRA tools, semi-structured interviews and questionnaire surveys, was used in a forest management survey involving four village cases. According to the application of the participatory approach it can be seen that the different types of stakeholders had different demands and attitudes toward community forest management. Farmers were more focused on economic benefit while forestry bureaus were more concerned about attaining the maximum level of forestry farmers’ ecological, economic and social efficiency. Cooperative members had more positive attitudes than non-cooperative members. According to all stakeholders, the harvest quota control system is the most unreasonable policy. In addition, based on the results of the SWOT strategy analysis matrix for forest management policies and systems at the level of forestry farmers, four strategy selections are proposed.
  Jinyu Shen , Zhao jing and Yali Wen
  Technical efficiency of farmers’ forest management is the core issue of forestry development. This study applied three-stage data envelopment analysis model to evaluate the technical efficiency, pure technical and scale technical of farmers’ forest management, excluding the impact of environmental effect and statistical noise. Questionnaires were collected and analyzed from 700 heads of households in Fujian, China. The results from the first-stage indicated that overall efficiency were low. In addition, the environmental variables had significant effect on the technical efficiency such as financial subsidies and farmer’s technological level through stochastic frontier analysis. After the adjustment of environmental variables and statistical noise, the average technical efficiency in the third-stage DEA improve significantly than the first stage. The results also indicated that nearly half of farmers had capital and labor input slack. Therefore, our findings suggest that increasing farmers’ financial subsidies, introducing advanced technology and expanding scale of production should be take into consideration to improve technical efficiency.
 
 
 
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