Evaluation of the Efficiency of Matching between Village Characteristics and Industrial Allocation from the Perspective of Rural Revitalization—A Study based on 209 Villages in Fuping County, Hebei Province, China

  • Shang Dan , Xu Junjie,Niu Xiting , Xu Haoyue, Yu Guoxin


To identify the developmental efficiencies and weaknesses of village industries in helping the villages become wealthy and to formulate individualized development strategies for village industries, we constructed a village characteristics–industrial allocation matching degree model with efficient matching between village characteristics and industrial allocation as the study subject. The efficiency of industrial allocation was empirically analyzed, and the rationality of the current industrial allocation in villages,Hebei Province, was determined to provide a reference for the formulation of differentiated development strategies for industries in these villages. The results show the following. ① The efficiency of matching between village characteristics and industrial allocation in 77.9% of the villages was in the unacceptable range or the transition range. Among them, the matching degree in the southern region was significantly higher than those in other regions. ② Grade C—the grade with an overly advanced industrial allocation in the “just above the match threshold” group—predominated; 58.6% of the villages in the transition range belonged to this type. Of these 58.6%, 22% had an impediment rate above 5%. ③ The main weakness of the villages was the lack of arable land and irrigation among the factors causing mismatches