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农户数字素养提升能降低小麦储存损失吗?
胡南燕1,胡永浩1,罗屹2,武拉平1*
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(1.中国农业大学 经济管理学院,北京 100083;2.国家发展和改革委员会 价格成本调查中心,北京 100045)
摘要:
为探究数字素养对中国粮食储存损失的影响机理,充分发挥信息化手段节粮减损作用,利用2022年中国16省645户农户调研数据,运用工具变量法分析农户数字素养提升对小麦储存损失的影响。结果表明:中国农户小麦储存损失的平均水平为1.79,西北地区农户储存损失水平明显高于其他地区。农户数字素养的提升能显著降低小麦储存损失,且该影响主要体现在收入水平高、劳动力资源充足的农户群体中。在克服内生性偏误后,研究结果依然稳健。因此,政府应完善信息基础设施建设、加快数字应用技能的普及,从而提升农户数字素养,减少农户储存损失,全方位夯实粮食安全根基。
关键词:  数字素养  储存损失  高收入家庭  劳动力资源  粮食安全
DOI:10.11841/j.issn.1007-4333.2024.04.01
投稿时间:2023-05-11
基金项目:国家社会科学重大项目(22&ZD087)
Can improving farmers’ digital literacy reduce wheat storage loss?
HU Nanyan1, HU Yonghao1, LUO Yi2, WU Laping1*
(1.College of Economics and Management, China Agricultural University, Beijing 100083, China;2.Center for Price Cost Investigation, National Development and Reform Commission, Beijing 100045, China)
Abstract:
In order to investigate the impact of digital literacy on grain storage losses in China and reduce grain losses by fully utilization of information technology. The data are from a survey on 645 Chinese farmer households in 2022. The instrumental variable method was employed to investigate the impact of improved digital literacy among farmers on wheat storage losses. The results indicated that: The average level of wheat storage losses among Chinese farmers was 1.79, and the highest level was observed in the northwest region. The enhancement of farmers' digital literacy significantly reduced wheat storage losses, and its impact is mainly evident among the farmer households with higher income levels and abundant labor resources. The research findings remained robust even after addressing endogeneity bias. Therefore, the government should improve information infrastructure construction, accelerate the popularization of digital application skills, enhance the digital literacy of farmers, so as to reduce storage losses for farmers and strengthen the foundation of food security comprehensively.
Key words:  digital literacy  wheat storage losses  high-income family  labor resources  food security