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Mu Zhirui1; Yang Cuihong2
Source Publicationjournalofsystemsscienceandcomplexity
AbstractBased on a non-competitive input-output model capturing China's processing exports, this paper establishes a goal programming model to optimize China's export structure. In this model, China's domestic production is divided into three parts: Production for domestic use, processing exports, and non-processing exports and production for other foreign invested enterprises. This division enables differentiation of the effects of various trade patterns, on the basis of which the authors conduct an empirical analysis using 2002 data, to obtain a Pareto optimality.
Funding Project[National Natural Science Foundation of China] ; [Outstanding Talents Funds of Organization Department, Beijing Committee of CPC]
Document Type期刊论文
Affiliation1.Beijing Research Center for Science of Science
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Mu Zhirui,Yang Cuihong. optimizingchinasexportstructurecombininggoalprogrammingandnoncompetitiveinputoutputmodel[J]. journalofsystemsscienceandcomplexity,2014,27(4):712.
APA Mu Zhirui,&Yang Cuihong.(2014).optimizingchinasexportstructurecombininggoalprogrammingandnoncompetitiveinputoutputmodel.journalofsystemsscienceandcomplexity,27(4),712.
MLA Mu Zhirui,et al."optimizingchinasexportstructurecombininggoalprogrammingandnoncompetitiveinputoutputmodel".journalofsystemsscienceandcomplexity 27.4(2014):712.
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