The central government requires to explore the system of household transfer and mutual recognition of residence permits in Urban Agglomerations

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 The central government requires to explore the system of household transfer and mutual recognition of residence permits in Urban Agglomerations


According to the opinion, it is necessary to establish and improve a unified and open factor market. It is proposed that we should deepen the reform of household registration system, widen the restrictions on urban settlement except for some super cities, and explore the implementation of the system of household transfer and mutual recognition of residence permits in urban agglomerations. We will promote the transformation of public resources from the allocation of urban administrative levels to the allocation of population under actual service management.

It is of great significance to explore the system of household transfer and residence permit mutual recognition in urban agglomerations. At present, the central cities and urban agglomerations are becoming the main spatial form of carrying development elements. It is pointed out that to explore and implement the system of household registration transfer and residence permit mutual recognition in urban agglomerations is conducive to accelerating the gathering of talents and population in key cities, accelerating the free flow of labor within urban agglomerations, and greatly improving the overall competitiveness of urban agglomerations.

Feng Kui, deputy director of the Central Economic Committee of the NLD and researcher of the China Center for urban and small town reform and development, analyzed the first finance and economics, and explored the mutual recognition of household registration and residence permit in urban agglomeration, which is an effective way to combine the optimization and adjustment of regional spatial structure with the urbanization reform.

Promoting the reform of household registration in urban agglomerations and metropolitan areas, and strengthening the spatial adjustment, can speed up the citizenization of agricultural transfer population. Feng Kui believes that the cumulative mutual recognition of the household registration of the agricultural transfer population with urbanization can be promoted as soon as possible in the pilot city cluster, especially in the 30? 40 metropolitan areas with conditions nationwide. In order to avoid excessive rush to the central city in a short period of time, the detailed rules for the accumulated integration between cities can be set by each metropolitan area, such as the conversion coefficient for the conversion of the years of cities of different levels and scales.

Will the implementation of the system of household transfer and mutual recognition of residence permits in urban agglomerations cause a large number of people to rush to large cities in a short period of time?

Exactly not, because the urbanization reform of urban agglomerations and metropolitan areas means the effectiveness of the accumulation of living years in small and medium-sized cities and even small towns, which will play a role of diversion. Feng Kui said.

Ding Changfa, associate professor of Economics Department of Xiamen University, made an analysis of the first finance and economics, and explored the implementation of the system of household registration and mutual recognition of residence permits in urban agglomerations, which is conducive to promoting the flow of human resources among different urban agglomerations and different regions, so as to optimize the allocation of human resources, and to attract more excellent human resources from the advantageous urban agglomerations such as the Pearl River Delta and the Yangtze River Delta, so as to promote the development of local economy Human resource development.

On the other hand, it is of great significance to promote the transformation of the allocation of public resources from the urban administrative level to the actual service and management population scale, which is of great significance to the optimal development of the city, and can promote the inflow of more foreign population into the city to accelerate the completion of the public short board. For example, in terms of the number of beds per 10000 people, for example, in terms of the number of beds with health institutions per 10000 people, Dongguan is only 37.1, Shenzhen is only 38.1, which is quite different from Wuhan, Chengdu, Chongqing and Zhengzhou. Therefore, cities with large inflow of foreign population, such as Dongguan and Shenzhen, need to make up for the shortcomings in the field of public health.

In some large towns in Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Guangdong, such as Longgang, Humen, Shengze, Shishan, etc., the population size has reached hundreds of thousands or more, and the industrial output value has far exceeded the level of many counties and even prefecture level cities in the central and western regions. However, due to the town level administrative system, the development of these Mega towns has been greatly limited. A super town has no more than dozens of civil servants, but it has to bear the public service equivalent to the population of a prefecture level city, which is a typical small horse pulling cart.

Ding Changfa said that for these Mega towns, by optimizing the supply of local public products, different scale urban layout led by core cities can be formed in the urban agglomeration, which can promote the better development of the urban agglomeration. In addition, taking the flow of population as the basis for the optimal allocation of resources, rather than the administrative level as the basis for allocation, will be very conducive to the economic vitality of urban agglomerations to absorb population and promote the economic development of these areas.

Peng Peng, executive chairman of Guangdong Institute of institutional reform, analyzed the first financial reporter. This measure attaches more importance to the management and service of permanent residents. For cities with a permanent population far larger than the registered population, we need to relax administrative resources and increase infrastructure construction, including subway, hospital, school, etc. Of course, due to the degree tension, the central city with many famous schools will still limit the treatment of residents in the central city. On the other hand, in the process of urban development, it is an objective phenomenon that shrinkage cities appear. There are not only growing cities, but also shrinking and eventually disappearing cities. At present, in some cities in the northeast and northwest, due to the decrease of population and the contraction of cities, the public resources in these places should also be adjusted accordingly. In terms of land indicators, Ding Changfa believes that in the future, land indicators should also follow people, and land indicators in shrinking cities cannot be used up, while many people flow to big cities, such as Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Hangzhou and other places, land indicators should increase with the increase of permanent population. Source: the first financial writer: Lin Xiaozhao editor in charge: Zhong Qiming

Peng Peng, executive chairman of Guangdong Institute of institutional reform, analyzed the first financial reporter. This measure attaches more importance to the management and service of permanent residents. For cities with a permanent population far larger than the registered population, we need to relax administrative resources and increase infrastructure construction, including subway, hospital, school, etc. Of course, due to the degree tension, the central city with many famous schools will still limit the treatment of residents in the central city.

In terms of land indicators, Ding Changfa believes that in the future, land indicators should also follow people, and land indicators in shrinking cities cannot be used up, while many people flow to big cities, such as Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Hangzhou and other places, land indicators should increase with the increase of permanent population.