MEASUREMENT OF CHINESE FORESTRY HIGH-QUALITY DEVELOPMENT LEVEL AND ANALYSIS OF SPATIOTEMPORAL CHARACTERISTICS
Journal: Advanced Management Science (AMS)
Author: Jia Liang
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Based on the five dimensions of “economic vitality, innovation coordination, industrial structure, green resources, openness and stability”, the principal component analysis method was used to construct an index of high-quality development level of Chinese forestry, and further analysis of spatiotemporal characteristics was carried out. The research results show that: at the overall level, the high-quality development level of China’s forestry from 2012 to 2019 showed an upward trend in time series, with non-equilibrium characteristics in space; at the sub-regional level, the high-quality forestry level in North China and Northwest China was lower, while that in South China and Southwest China was high. Finally, based on the conclusions, relevant policy recommendations are put forward.