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Industrial Structure and Competitive Strength of 31 Provincial Districts --A GIS-based Dynamic Shift-Share Analysis

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  • Guo, Wen-bo
  • Wan, Qing

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By using the dynamic shift-share analysis, the industrial structure and competitive strength of 31 provincial districts except Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau are studied by taking the GDP of the three industries as the research entrance and the whole nation as the reference district. The industrial structure and competitive strength of each provincial district is measured. Through the analysis of pertinence, the correlation degree of industrial structure and industrial competitive strength to economic growth is analyzed. The results show that the industrial competitive strength is closely related to the economic growth of the 31 provincial districts, but the contribution made by the industrial structure to economic growth is insufficient and the effect of industrial structure does not match with that of industrial competitive strength. According to industrial competitiveness and industrial structure effect, 31 provincial districts of the whole nation are divided into 4 types and the relevant countermeasures of the four types are put forward.

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  • Guo, Wen-bo & Wan, Qing, 2011. "Industrial Structure and Competitive Strength of 31 Provincial Districts --A GIS-based Dynamic Shift-Share Analysis," Asian Agricultural Research, USA-China Science and Culture Media Corporation, vol. 3(01), pages 1-3, January.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:asagre:108428
    DOI: 10.22004/ag.econ.108428
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