The system of property rights is the fundamental guarantee for the development of market economy.The reform of China's rural collective property rights system plays an important role in strengthening the collective economy,broadening the channels for farmers to increase income and safeguarding their legitimate rights and interests.Also,the reform is the only way to improve rural social governance and complete rural basic management system.The formation and evolution of the current rural collective property rights system in China is analyzed in an institutional perspective.Result shows that the formation of rural collective property rights system in China is not in line with the logic of modern theories of property rights due to the restrictions of historical conditions and other factors.It is concluded that in the condition of socialist market economy it is necessary that the modern property rights theory function as the basis of strengthening the construction of rural collective property rights system and giving full play to its functions of serving farmer households and connecting with market on the basis of household-based contractual management.According to the analysis of problems such as insufficient legal empowerment,weak ability of subjects and low social identity with which collective property rights are confronted currently it is put forward that legal empowerment should be strengthened to construct the subject system with which rural collective economy can be realized effectively,the behavioral ability of the subject of property rights improved to optimize the allocation of resources and social identity promoted to move forward the marketization of the subject of collective property rights so as to provide reference for the construction of a rural collective property rights system which is clear in ownership,complete in empowerment,smooth in circulation and strict in protection.
Journal of Shenyang Agricultural University(Social Sciences Edition)
change of system
rural collective economy
system of property right
intensity of property right