Discussion on the Development Strategy Model of Japanese Economic Wildlife Industry Taking into Account the Dynamic Spatial Panel Model
In recent years, the development of tourism has not only been regarded as a key pillar of national development, but also regarded as a mechanism to alleviate poverty, create foreign income for the government and promote wildlife protection, and become an important part of Japanese tourism. Support the base. This study collects data on animals in Japanese open small wild farms, analyzes the factors affecting the economic wildlife industry, and explores the development of the Japanese economy through dynamic spatial panel models to obtain corresponding economic and social benefits. Studies have shown that small fenced wild animal farms in a mixed farming environment will generate a 15% economic return, and the 20-year economic return will increase to 16% with the addition of wildlife barriers.