A Spatial Statistical Analysis on Intra-Country Economy in Chongqing From Inputs Point of View

Yuandong GAO, Na ZHANG, Xiaoming ZHAO

Abstract


In order to analyze the region difference and the dynamic changes of intra-country economy in Chongqing since the implementation of coordinating urban and rural development, the paper analyze quantitatively the spatial distribution of economic growth level, capital investment, human capital investment and credit investment in countries of Chongqing by spatial statistical analysis method taking 35 countries of Chongqing as spatial units. Then we compare the spatial clustering of three inputs with it of economic growth level in the county of Chongqing. The results show that there exist positive spatial autocorrelation of economic growth level, capital investment and credit investment except human capital investment between countries; it reflects the significant improvement of inputs on economic growth in country that the spatial clustering state of inputs and economic growth level are similar.


Keywords


Intra-country economy;Spatial statistical analysis;Inputs

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/6127

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