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《Journal of Anqing Normal University(Natural Science Edition)》 2018-02
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Regional Differences in Total Factor Productivity in China

ZHANG Tianqu;School of Mathematics and Statistics, Minnan Normal University;  
Using the translog production function model, this paper makes an empirical study on the data of GDP, capital stock and labor force of the whole country, eastern region, middle region and the western region from 1979 to 2016.Then, we calculate the growth rate of total factor productivity(TFP) across the whole country and three regions and compares it with the national GDP growth rate. The result shows that the labor force is still an important factor of the development of our economy. The trends of the national GDP growth rate is basically consistent with that of the TFPG, but there are obvious regional differences in TFPG. Among them, the TFPG of eastern region is the highest and the TFPG of western region is the lowest. Therefore, promote TFP in the middle region of China comprehensively, especially in the western region,is crucial important to make the economy sustained growth.
【Fund】: 福建省数学类研究生教育创新基地(1013-313009)
【CateGory Index】: F124
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