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Structural Change in China 1987-2007: An Application of Input-Output Analysis

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Author: Yue Guoqiang;
Language: English
Format: 23.8 x 16.4 x 1.6 cm
Page: 263
Publication Date: 02/2015
ISBN: 9787509635506
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction 
1.1 The Purpose and Outline of the Study 
1.2 Economic Structure 
1.3 Methodology 
1.4 China's Input—Output Tables 
1.5 Literature Review 
Chapter 2 General Structural Changes in China's Economy 
2.1 Introduction 
2.2 Measurement of Structural Change 
2.3 General Structural Change 
2.3.1 Structural Change in Output 
2.3.2 Structural Change in Value—added 
2.3.3 Structural Change in Personal Consumption 
2.4 Changesin Production Structure 
2.4.1 Input Coefficient Changes 
2.4.2 Output Coefficient Changes 
2.5 Conclusions 
Chapter 3 Sources of Output Change 
3.1 Introduction 
3.2 Methodology 
3.2.1 Exact Decomposition Method 
3.2.2 Approximate Decomposition Method 
3.2.3 Decomposition of Technological Change 
3.3 Comparison of Results 
3.4 Sources of Output Cbange in China 
3.4.1 Sources of Output Change for Six Main Sectors 
3.4.2 Sources of Output Change in 37 Sectors 
3.5 Conclusions 
Chapter 4 Structural Change in Intersectoral Transactions
4.1 Introduction 
4.2 Methodology 
4.2.1 The Basic Principle of the RAS Method 
4.2.2 The Explanation and Measurement of rands 
4.2.3 The Biproportional Filter Method 
4.2.4 Differences between the RAS and the BF 
4.2.5 The Two—Stage Biproportional Filter Method 
4.3 Structural Change in Intersectoral Transactions in China 
4.3.1 The One—Stage Biproportional Filter 
4.3.2 The Two—Stage Biproportional Filter 
4.4 Conclusions 
Chapter 5 Intersectoral Linkages and key Sectors 
5.1 Introduction 
5.2 Methodology 
5.2.1 Traditional Methods 
5.2.2 Hypothesis Extraction Methods 
5.2.3 Summary 
5.2.4 Indices of the Overall Intersectoral Interdependence 
5.3 Intersectoral Linkages and Key Sectors of China 
5.3.1 General Tendency in Intersectoral Linkages 
5.3.2 Intersectoral Interdependence for 37 Sectors 
5.3.3 Comparison of the Results 
5.3.4 Overall Intersectoral Interdependence and Key Sectors 
5.4 Conclusions 
Chapter 6 Conclusions 
Appendix A Classification and Labels of the Sectors 
Appendix B Formula of Chapter 5 
Appendix C Ranking of Output for 2007 
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