Research on the Influence of Rural Human Capital on Rural Economic Growth
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Zixuan Zhang, Qirong Li, Xu Zhang
Human capital is an important driving force for economic growth. On the one hand, it plays a direct role in promoting economic growth as a factor of production; on the other hand, it also has the effect of increasing the productivity of other factors and indirectly promoting economic growth. As a large agricultural province in southwest China, Yunnan Province has a large rural population, but the development of rural human resources is relatively backward, which has largely restricted the development of rural economy. In the context of rural revitalization strategy, the study of the relationship between rural human capital and rural economic growth in Yunnan Province has great practical significance. The purpose of this article is to examine the impact of rural human capital on rural economic development, and empirically estimate the specific state of the impact, with a view to providing effective policy inspiration for optimizing rural human capital structure and narrowing the urban-rural gap in Yunnan Province.
Human Capital, Economic Growth, Rural Economy, Yunnan Province, VAR Model