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중국의 지역간 소득 격차에 관한 연구

Title
중국의 지역간 소득 격차에 관한 연구
Alternative Title
A Study on Regional Income Inequalities in China: 1997~24
Author(s)
JiNing
Publication Year
2006
Publisher
한국해양대학교 대학원
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http://kmou.dcollection.net/jsp/common/DcLoOrgPer.jsp?sItemId=000002175860
http://repository.kmou.ac.kr/handle/2014.oak/10180
Abstract
Since the economic reform has been put in practice in China from 1978, Chinese economy has been changed profoundly and immensely. The income of the people in China has been increased observably. At the same time, income inequality and an imbalance of Chinese development also have emerged. And this trend has enlarged more quickly from the end of period 1990.

In this paper, I used the recent data, investigated the regional development in China from 1997~2004, analyzed the income disparity of Chinese regions with the dispersion of extreme values, CV, WCV, Gini’s coefficient and Theil’s index. I used these kinds of mathematic measures, in order to search direct numerical value for explaining the trends of these disparities and discuss future development strategies which can lead to relevant conclusions for policymakers.

Through the empirical studies, I found that Chinese economy had shown a high growth rates during 1997~2004. At the same time, however, the inequalities of regions in China have been increased. After study, I also found that the regional inequalities have not been only showed between rural and urban, but also been showed between coastal and inland area especially. And the Chinese central government also had actualized some policies to reduce this inequality such as ‘the strategy of developing the western region’. Through the numerical change, I can find whether these policies are active or not. And then I try to give some countermeasures to the government to reconsider the economic strategy.
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