Cumulative Causation and Inequality Among Villages in China
We have posed an interesting and possibly original question: Why are Chinese villages that are so close together geographically so far apart economically? We have developed an answer in terms of factor immobiblities and processes of cumulative causation. Our results are not conclusive: Sharper tests would require a closer analysis of each village economy over time. Nevertheless, the evidence is suggestive.
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