2 edition of role of labor-intensive investment projects in China"s capital formation. found in the catalog.
role of labor-intensive investment projects in China"s capital formation.
by Center for International Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge
Written in English
At head of title: Communist Bloc Program. China Project, B/54-10.
|Contributions||Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Center for International Studies.|
|LC Classifications||HE270 .H8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||103|
|LC Control Number||55002123|
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Large-scale investment followed, with gross capital formation increasing from 35 percent of GDP in to 48 percent in Infrastructure investment accounted for 10 percent of GDP. Such magnitudes of investment were also characteristic of the Republic of Korea, which urbanized rapidly and . Depending on the research, the "North-South divide" is composed of two theories and backed by two forces., i.e. the North-South bias theory derived from civilians' mindset of feeling neglected and the theorem of the North-South difference originating from the KMT politicians who intended to distinguish those who retreated to Taiwan with KMT since , from the voters.
These institutional arrangements also helped increase China’s gross industrial capital formation with an annual average rate of percent from to By , secondary industry accounted for 48 percent of China’s GDP (Nordon ). The globalization of production is driven by transnational corporations, TNCs, who reap the benefits of "economies of scale," or benefits that result from large scale production (reducing costs, increasing output), by seeking markets for goods, sources of raw materials, and now centers of manufacturing in developing countries.
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According to Prof. Myint, “labour intensive methods of production are those that require a large quantity of labour with a given unit of capital.” With this method of production, it is possible to raise output by using the same amount of capital but greater amount of labour.
This technique fulfills two objectives of capital formation and skill. invested into projects at the village level, communities invested 47 percent of the capital, although the proportion was more th an 60 percent in richer, east coast areas (Zhang et al., ).
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Let I 0 be annual capital formation or gross investment at time t=0 and I N be the investment at time t=N. It is necessary to transform the annual capital investment data (I) into capital stock statistics (K) for the period t=0,1,2,N.
We first provide the accumulated capital stock up to the year t= by: 2. Compared to capital investment and TFP, the increase in labor has generally been found as a less important growth factor.
Recent research shows that 10–20% of GDP growth may be attributable to the growth of labor force (Chow and Lin,Hu and Khan,Woo,Wu, ).Despite the importance of the question, whether and how human capital contributes to fast economic growth in Cited by: See also: Chinese Dynasties (table) Chinese Dynasties Dynasty Characteristics and History Hsia c–c B.C.
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The proposed method points to the importance of the the role of human capital in determining economic Cited by: Transcript of an IMF Book Forum: China's and India's Recent Experience With Reform and Growth So China has the capability of financing a substantially higher rate of investment, replicating the capital stock or expanding the capital stock more rapidly than India does.
And it is the labor-intensive industry and manufacturing, and that is. To decrease the income gap and improve wealth distribution, China needs to develop an economy based on the country's comparative advantage, a former World Bank chief economist said on Sunday.
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