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Analysis on the Behavioral Framework of Science and Technology Poverty Alleviation of Rural Technicians, Based on the Perspective of Information Asymmetry

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DOI: 10.23977/iemb.2019.024


Tianhui Zhuang, Yuan Yuan, Mingji Luo

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Tianhui Zhuang


Due to administrative resources constraints, the government has technical and artificial deviations in the assessment and supervision of rural technicians in the village. The agricultural technicians have the possibility of passive attitude toward poverty alleviation using technology. Based on this, this paper explores how the government influences the behavior of rural technicians through information disclosure, administrative penalties and rewards and restrictions. Studies have shown that information disclosure is introduced into social supervision resources, and negative behaviors of agricultural technicians are more likely to be discovered and will be punished accordingly, and the motivation for passive poverty alleviation will decrease. Administrative punishment can encourage agricultural technicians to actively carry out their work, but an excessively severe punishment system will dampen their enthusiasm for work. Rewarding limits can reduce the burden on the government, but it will lead to a decline in the income of agricultural technicians and hinder the development of science and technology poverty alleviation.


Technology poverty alleviation, job performance

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