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Effects of the Development of Township Enterprises on the Urban-Rural Dual Economic Structure Based on Cointegration Theory AgEcon
Tang, Peng-zhu; Li, Bin.
The gross output value of township enterprises (XGDP) is used as a variable of township enterprises development. And CXEY is a variable of urban-rural dual economic structure. According to the 1986-2006 Statistical Yearbook of Chinese Township Enterprises and the 2006 China Statistical Yearbook, effects of the development of township enterprises on the urban-rural dual economic structure are studied by the cointegration analysis. Result shows that without considering other influencing factors, township enterprise development in the years 1979-2005 is the key factor to improve the dual economic structure in urban and rural areas in China.
Tipo: Journal Article Palavras-chave: Urban and rural areas; Dual economy; Township enterprises; Cointegration analysis; China; Agribusiness.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/108459
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The Exploration to the Historical Origin of Differences between Urban and Rural Areas in China AgEcon
Zhu, Hong-liang; Zhang, Rui-qing.
In order to understand the historical origins of encircling the cities from the rural areas implemented by the Communist Party of China and the current dual structures of urban and rural development, urban-rural differences are analyzed from the four aspects of production mode, management mode, culture and social division of labor. Industrial development in modern times has promoted the modernization of urban production in China. But the rural areas still maintain their traditional self-sufficient natural economy. After the Opium War, the process of modernization of city politics is promoted by more economic elements of capitalism and the formation of Chinese bourgeoisie. During the management of urban modernization, rural areas still adopt the traditional...
Tipo: Journal Article Palavras-chave: Urban and rural areas; Relation; Difference; History; China; Agribusiness.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/108426
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