Dynamic Agriculture in East Asia: Land-Livelihood Interactions

Dynamic Agriculture in East Asia: Land-Livelihood Interactions

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Subsistence smallholder agriculture in East Asia was highly recognized by Dr. Franklin Hiram King in his book Farmers of Forty Centuries or Permanent Agriculture in China, Korea and Japan though it has been abandoned due to industrialization and urbanization since the end of the 20th century. This reprint consists of research on the transformation of agricultural systems and the mechanism behind these phenomena in China and Japan. We believe that this reprint is practically important, and we appreciate your understanding of the imperfections and hope you enjoy this reprint.

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  • agricultural cluster
  • agricultural diversification
  • Agriculture
  • China
  • commitment
  • cooperative relationship
  • coupling coordination
  • crop specialization
  • dryland area
  • economic endowment
  • employment conditions
  • family life cycle
  • farmer heterogeneity
  • farmland
  • fishermen
  • Geodetector
  • heterogeneity
  • high bed-low ditch agroecosystem
  • hilly and mountainous areas
  • household livelihood strategy
  • Humanities
  • inland fishermen
  • innovation spillover
  • Japan
  • lag effect
  • land acquisition
  • land endowment
  • land transfer out
  • Land use
  • landscape patterns
  • livelihood efficiency
  • livelihood resilience
  • livelihood strategies
  • livelihoods
  • LMG metric model
  • local food system
  • local knowledge
  • nature reserve
  • Philosophy
  • policy
  • Policy Change
  • poverty-alleviated mountainous areas
  • Poyang Lake
  • resilience thinking
  • Rice
  • Rural development
  • rural revitalization
  • Shandong Province
  • smart farming technology
  • social capital
  • spin-offs
  • sustainable farmland
  • transformation
  • types of households
  • urban agricultural heritage system
  • vegetable cluster in Shouguang City
  • vegetable production
  • wetland


DOI: 10.3390/books978-3-0365-7334-2


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