The Spillover Effect of Ecological Environment Protection on Poverty Reduction

Danmeng Feng, Xiang Fan, Xiaoyuan Chu

Abstract


This paper focuses on the spillover effect of the ecological poverty reduction between 30 provinces in China, applying Durbin Model and spatial correlation analysis to find out the interaction between different areas about the ecological indicators on poverty reduction. The result shows that there a high correlation relationship of poverty rate on 30 provinces in China, especially the indicators of Factory Station, Use of Chemical Fertilizers and the proportion of all Rural Population of one region has significant effects on poverty alleviation in surrounding areas, which indicates that for ecological environment view, poverty alleviation in one regions is not only influenced by its own ecological indicators, but also by which in its nearby areas, indicating the ecological poverty alleviation has a spillover effect in China.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/aef.v4i4.2472

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