Sources of China ’ s Economic Growth : An Empirical Analysis Based on the BML Index with Green Growth Accounting

  title={Sources of China ’ s Economic Growth : An Empirical Analysis Based on the BML Index with Green Growth Accounting},
  author={M Du and Bing Wang and Yanrui Wu},
This study develops a biennial Malmquist–Luenberger productivity index that is used to measure the sources of economic growth by utilizing data envelopment analysis and the directional distance function. Taking restrictions on resources and the environment into account based on the green growth accounting framework; we split economic growth into seven components: technical efficiency change, technological change, labor effect, capital effect, energy effect, output structure effect and… CONTINUE READING


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