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A Study on Pensions Management and Rural Development - Case Study of Chin-Jin Area at Renai Township,Nantou County
Agriculture of leisure style is one of the transformation strategies of Taiwan's current agriculture. As an important link to the leisure agriculture, the development of pensions has its sufficient development opportunity under the demand necessitated by time and space alike. Based on the resources of agriculture and village, pensions differentiates itself from the tourism industry in general in its ways of providing functions of leisure or resort to the consumers. Since all the resource utilized by the pensions industry originated mainly from native land, a closely interlocked relation exists between the development of pensions and village. This study intends to explore the influence that the development of pensions has on the village by understanding the current state of development of pensions in rural area. Using “Chin-Jin Area in Nantou County” as a pragmatic case, this study tries to establish related theories concerning pensions and rural development through reviewing of relevant literature. A questionnaire has been conducted on the regulatory government authorities, private pensions owners, interested persons in Chin-Jin Area, local communities, and residents in order to clarify the effect of pensions development has on villages. The SWOT matrix is adopted as an instrument to analyze both internal and external environments of Chin-Jin Area for a final result. Finally, a development strategy encompassing management aspects of public and private sectors and pensions in village will be provided for the reference of future management. The ultimate goal of pensions development lies in achieving the maximum benefits for the farmers via the complementary success of both pensions industry and agriculture. To avoid harmful impact of excessive development of pensions on the village and to assure sustainable benefits to the farmers, the principle of “development rooted on agriculture” should be abided as a guideline for long-term development program
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