[1]吴秋菊.论集体建设用地流转解禁之谬误[J].南京师范大学学报(社会科学版),2013,(04):016.
 WU Qiu-ju.Fallacies of Lifting Restrictions on the Transfer of Collectively-owned Land for Construction Purpose[J].Journal of Nanjing Normal University (Social Science Edition),2013,(04):016.
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《南京师范大学学报(社会科学版)》[ISSN:1006-6977/CN:61-1281/TN]

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2013年04期
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016
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出版日期:
2013-07-25

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Title:
Fallacies of Lifting Restrictions on the Transfer of Collectively-owned Land for Construction Purpose
作者:
吴秋菊*
Author(s):
WU Qiu-ju
关键词:
集体建设用地 城乡二元土地制度 土地增值收益 城市化 收入分配机制
Keywords:
collectively-owned land for construction purpose dual structure of land system land value increment urbanization mechanism of income distribution
摘要:
当前关于集体建设用地问题的研究中,主流的观点认为允许集体建设用地自由流转,建设城乡统一的土地市场将成为解决当前土地问题的有效路径。这些研究往往赋予自己保护农民土地财产权利、给予农民“国民待遇”等道德话语,但是由于其分析的片面性与缺乏逻辑性使得诸多研究主张与其所期待的改革目的完全相悖。在梳理关于集体建设用地流转问题的已有研究的基础上,笔者认为对此问题的探讨应当理清并具体分析一些基本问题,明确允许集体建设用地自由流转并不是解决当前土地问题的有效途径,当前与建设用地相关的土地问题应当置于中国城市化的进程和调节收入分配机制的框架之下进行思考与建构。
Abstract:
Most of the current studies on issues concerning collectively-owned land for construction purpose have come to the conclusion that it is advisable to allow free transfer of collective land for construction purpose and the creation of a unified urban and rural land market will be instrumental in solving the current land problems. Such an idea is wrapped in a moral discourse of acknowledging farmers’ inalienable rights over their land and their equal rights to enjoying the economic fruits, but it is based on a fallacious and illogical analysis, which makes the policy solutions it supports go against the objectives it expects the reform to fulfill. In the light of this contradiction, we argue that to allow the free transfer of collective land for construction purpose cannot help solve the current land problems, solutions to which can only be found within the framework of China’s urbanization and the mechanism of adjusting income distribution.

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华中科技大学法学院博士研究生,430074。本文为中国土地勘测规划院2012年课题成果。
更新日期/Last Update: 2013-08-25