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    Title: 中國區域間的不平衡經濟發展-以1997至2006年期間分析
    Unequal Economic Development among China’s Regions during 1997-2006
    Authors: 許春梅
    Hsu, Chun Mei
    Contributors: 黃智聰
    Huang, Jr Tsung
    Hsu, Chun Mei
    Keywords: 中國大陸
    regional disparity
    Date: 2007
    Issue Date: 2009-09-14 13:36:49 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: This study aims to analyze China’s regional disparity during 1997-2006 by adopting Keng’s (2004) general equilibrium analysis. China’s 31 provinces are divided into ten regions. The intra- and inter regional disparity as well as the Effective Regional Disparity (ERD) are all investigated in this study. Based on ample quantitative findings, in 2006, the largest intra-regional disparity existed in the Coastal North while the smallest intra-regional disparity existed in the Inner West. The largest inter-regional disparity existed between the Coastal East and the Inner South not between the richest region (the Coastal North) and the poorest region (the Inner West).
    This study also uses the Effective Regional Disparity (ERD) to understand the magnitude of an individual province’s contribution to the overall regional disparity. The top five on the ERD ranking of China’s 21 lower income provinces in 2006 were Henan, Sichuan, Anhui, Hebei, and Hunan. Hence, in order to reduce the regional disparity, the Chinese central government needs to focus on the heavily populated provinces in the Inner area rather than in the West.
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    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0095925018
    Data Type: thesis
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