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《Social Sciences In China》 2005-03
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Globalization and Regional Inequality: Chinese Evidence

Wan Guanghua Lu Ming Chen Zhao  
This paper estimates an income generating function, incorporating trade and FDI variables, and applies the newly developed Shapley values decomposition technique to quantify the contributions of globalization, along with other variables, to regional inequality. It is found that (a) globalization constitutes a positive and substantial share to regional inequality and the share grows over time; (b) domestic capital, however, emerges as the largest contributor to regional inequality; (c) economic reform characterized by privatization exerts an increasingly significant impact on regional inequality; and (d) the relative contributions of education, location, urbanization and the dependency ratio to regional inequality have been declining.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金(70403004);; 教育部课题基金的资助
【CateGory Index】: F124.7
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