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Spatial spillover effect on land conveyance fee-A multi-scheme investigation in Wuhan agglomeration
发布时间:2019-12-31 编辑: 点击次数:107

英文标题:Spatial spillover effect on land conveyance fee-A multi-scheme investigation in Wuhan agglomeration


来源: Land Use Policy,2019,89: DOI: 10.1016/j.landusepol.2019.104196


Land revenue in the context of socioeconomic and political transformation has aroused a new round of attention among local governments. In this study, we attempt to address the questions on how the spatial spillover effect functions in the regional land conveyance fee (LCF), whether close administrative relations produce great spatial spillover effect on LCF, and whether a narrow gap in land premium rate can generate a strong spatial influence. We apply spatial modeling techniques in three different and progressive schemes, with Wuhan agglomeration as the case study area (2011–2017). The first scheme is based on the simple contiguity-based spatial weight matrix. The second is administrative-closeness-based (ACB) scheme that incorporates various spatial interaction magnitudes at different administrative ranks at the county level, which are acquired and calculated through a field survey. The third scheme embraces the gap in land premium rate into the spatial weight matrix to formulate the disparity-based (DPR) scheme. Results show that the spatial spillover effect is prominent when counties have a low level of administrative closeness and is apparent when the disparity of the land premium rate is large. Moreover, sector structure and rural income have significantly influenced LCF in recent years, with the former one being positive and the latter being negative. In the ACB scheme, the spatial spillover effect of LCF in the negative assumption is significant and increased from 2011 to 2017. In the DPR scheme, the spatial influences are larger in the positive assumption than in the negative one in spatial autoregressive terms in 2011 and 2017, but they are insignificant in 2013 and 2015. In the future, reforms on land revenue should be implemented to utilize the positive and negative spatial interactions at the county level for achieving a balanced regional development on land resources.