Regional disparity in China 1985–1994: The effects of globalization and economic liberalization

@article{Fujita2001RegionalDI,
  title={Regional disparity in China 1985–1994: The effects of globalization and economic liberalization},
  author={Masahisa Fujita and D. Hu},
  journal={The Annals of Regional Science},
  year={2001},
  volume={35},
  pages={3-37}
}
Abstract. In China, alongside fast economic growth has come a new challenge: increasing regional disparity. Using GDP and industry output data, this paper examines trends in regional disparity during the period 1985–1994, from the aspects of both income distribution and production agglomeration. This period has been chosen not only because it reflects the latest trend, but also because it reflects the most intensive effects of globalization and economic liberalization in the Chinese economy. It… 

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