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《Journal of Minnan Normal University(Natural Science)》 2018-03
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The Difference Study on the Interaction Between the Consumption Structure and the Upgrading of the Industrial Structure in Fujian Province

QIAO Hongfang;Business School, Minnan Normal University;  
Based on the VAR model, this paper measures the regional differences of the interaction between the evolution of the consumption structure of urban Residents and the upgrading of the industrial structure in Fujian province. The results show that the upgrading of industrial structure in Fujian province has a strong positive effect on the evolution of consumption structure of urban residents. And the positive effect of Fuzhou is the largest and the duration is the longest, followed by Zhangzhou, Nanping and Sanming regions, while the positive effects of Xiamen and Quanzhou are obviously lower than the average level of the province and have shorter duration. The positive effect of Ningde and Putian is the smallest. However,the evolution of consumption structure of urban residents in Fujian province has a weak effect on the upgrading of industrial structure. The effect of Quanzhou is almost zero and those of Fuzhou, Xiamen, Zhangzhou, Sanming and Ningde are weak negative, while those of Putian and Nanping are weak positive. The duration of influence in Xiamen is the shortest while those of other regions are longer. Then this paper puts forward some policy suggestions for future industrial structure upgrading from the perspective of consumption structure evolution.
【Fund】: 福建省社会科学规划项目“消费结构演进视角下福建省产业结构优化升级研究”(FJ2015C162);; 福建省软科学项目“福建省要素错配及其效率损失的差异性研究”(2017R0082);; 福建省高等学校应用经济学应用型学科培育项目;; 福建省高校重点实验室商务大数据分析与应用项目
【CateGory Index】: F126.1;F121
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