The Analysis of Land Expropriation Compensation Based on Non-Market Value of Cultivated Land Resources

Yangjing Zhang, Ruiping Ran

Abstract


This article analyses the non-market value of cultivated land resources firstly, then makes a further study why the
cultivated land resources lack of non-market value compensation under current land expropriation systems. The
results prove that vacancy of non-market value not only does harm to rights of farmers, but also makes the loss
of total social welfare and results in disorder circulation during non-agricultural. Finally, this paper tries to
improve and perfect current compensation systems of land expropriation based on non-market value category.


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