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Rural Labour Reallocation and Productivity Growth in China
Fung Kwan; Yang Zhang; Shuaihe Zhuo
2011-06
Source PublicationInternational Journal of Business Studies
Volume19Issue:1Pages:109-124
Abstract

Dualism has long been a distinguished feature of many developing economies. This paper attempts to examine the possible contributions of structural change, measured by labour reallocation from agriculture to non-agriculture, to the growth of total factor productivity (TFP) in China during reform. Building upon the framework developed by Temple and WÖßmann (2006), we find that a three-sector model is theoretically more suitable to identify the role of labour reallocation to TFP growth in rural China.

Language英语
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionFaculty of Business Administration
Faculty of Social Sciences
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND BUSINESS ECONOMICS
AffiliationUniversity of Macau
First Author AffilicationUniversity of Macau
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Fung Kwan,Yang Zhang,Shuaihe Zhuo. Rural Labour Reallocation and Productivity Growth in China[J]. International Journal of Business Studies,2011,19(1):109-124.
APA Fung Kwan,Yang Zhang,&Shuaihe Zhuo.(2011).Rural Labour Reallocation and Productivity Growth in China.International Journal of Business Studies,19(1),109-124.
MLA Fung Kwan,et al."Rural Labour Reallocation and Productivity Growth in China".International Journal of Business Studies 19.1(2011):109-124.
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