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Statistical methods for investigating the determinants of growth, exports and employment in China

Abstract : This paper examines the effects of employment and exports on China's economic growth. Based on export-augmented Cobb-Douglas production function, a set of panel data is used to estimate the contribution of economic growth from exports and employment. We find that both the impacts of exports and employment are positive in the China's economic growth. Besides, we also analyse these effects in different regions in China. The result reveals that the relationship between exports and GDP in the east coastal region is stronger than that in the other regions; the similar situation happens to employment.
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Donghong Piao. Statistical methods for investigating the determinants of growth, exports and employment in China. Methodology [stat.ME]. 2010. ⟨dumas-00516270⟩

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