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This study analyzes provincial productivity growth in China for the period of 1979-2001. The Malmquist Index approach allows us to decompose productivity growth into two components, technical progress and efficiency change. Considerable productivity growth was found for most of the data period, but it was accomplished mainly through technical progress(More)
In spite of rapid economic growth and swift structural change during the last two decades, China's industrial reform is far from complete, especially with regard to state enterprises (SOEs). Although troubled with huge financial losses, heavy debt, and substantial over-staffing, SOEs will continue to play a crucial part in the government policy to maintain(More)
In this paper we use new, detailed and comprehensive linked firm-product data to describe various dimensions of the Chinese export boom from 2000-2007. First, we decompose the total growth in exports into an intensive and extensive margin at both the firm and the product level. We also use this decomposition to analyse the role of processing firms,(More)
When considering the linkage between innovation and productivity, the relationship is often termed as the knowledge production function in the endogenous growth literature. In this article, we approach the issues involved through the aspects of the standard neoclassical production theory. The advantage is that the basic properties required of ordinary(More)
The article describes the research status and significance of newly unemployed college students groups, on the basis of national statistics of unemployed college students, a linear regression equation be constructed to estimate the number of unemployed college students in Chongqing city. Descriptive statistics were to be used to analysis the motives of the(More)
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