Genetic distance and income difference: Evidence from changes in China's cross-strait relations
Using the ending of the severance of ties between the Chinese mainland and Taiwan as a natural experiment, we show that relative but not absolute genetic distance from Taiwan has increased the income difference between pairs of Chinese provinces significantly.
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