Opening China's door [electronic resource] : A case study of the influence of foreign direct investment on Qingdao's economy, 1985-1995 / Guangyu Wang.

Wang, Guangyu.
Bib ID
vtls001070040
出版項
Ann Arbor, Mich. : ProQuest Information and learning
稽核項
92 p.
電子版
預約人數:0
全部評等: 0
沒有紀錄。
 
 
 
02989nam a2200325 a 4500
001
 
 
vtls001070040
003
 
 
VRT
005
 
 
20071225084500.0
006
 
 
m        d 
008
 
 
071225s1998    miu||||||m   |000 0|eng d
020
$a 9780599064768
035
$a (UMI)AAI1392084
039
9
$y 200712250845 $z VLOAD
040
$a UMI $b eng $c UMI
100
1
$a Wang, Guangyu.
245
1
0
$a Opening China's door $h [electronic resource] : $b A case study of the influence of foreign direct investment on Qingdao's economy, 1985-1995 / $c Guangyu Wang.
260
$a Ann Arbor, Mich. : $b ProQuest Information and learning
300
$a 92 p.
500
$a Source: Masters Abstracts International, Volume: 37-02, page: 0459.
502
$a Thesis (M.A.)--California State University, Long Beach, 1998.
520
$a The "reforming, opening, and activating" of the economy in China after 1978 has resulted in rapid economic growth. Qingdao, one of 14 open coastal cities in China, has experienced substantial growth and has become a popular area for foreign investment. Qingdao is a major economic center in Shandong province. The city has been strongly influenced during several times of foreign occupations from 1897 to 1945 and by foreign investment, particularly after initiation of the "Open Door Policy". Joint ventures, cooperative enterprises, and wholly foreign-owned enterprises have prospered and have become a significant phenomenon in Qingdao's economy.
520
$a This thesis examines the establishment and evolution of foreign-invested firms and their role in Qingdao's economy during the period of 1985-1995. The results reveal that Qingdao's economy was stimulated tremendously by foreign direct investment (FDI). The number of new FDI firms grew at an average annual rate of a 79.8% and actual utilization of foreign capital (AUFC) in Qingdao grew at an average rate of an 87.2%. By the end of 1995, FDI contributed 54% to total exports and 70% of FDI focused on the industrial sector. Correlation coefficients (R$\sp2$) of AUFC with main indices of Qingdao's economy are positive and significant; the correlation coefficients of AUFC regarding gross national product (GNP), national income (NI), foreign trade import and export (FTIE) are 0.97, 0.96, and 0.94. The Durbin-Watson d test results show that there is a strong correlation between AUFC and FTIE, GNP, and NI. The economy of Qingdao has grown as FDI increased.
520
$a The open economy fueled Qingdao's growth but also brought some problems. However, China will likely keep the open door policy. FDI in Qingdao will continue to increase and influence Qingdao's economy within the growing global economy.
653
$a Geography.
653
$a Economics, General.
653
$a Sociology, Social Structure and Development.
710
2
0
$a California State University, Long Beach.
773
0
$t ABI/INFORM Global (ProQuest) $g 37-02.
856
4
1
$u http://info.lib.tku.edu.tw/ebook/redirect.asp?bibid=1070040
999
$a VIRTUA00
沒有評論
摘要
The "reforming, opening, and activating" of the economy in China after 1978 has resulted in rapid economic growth. Qingdao, one of 14 open coastal cities in China, has experienced substantial growth and has become a popular area for foreign investment. Qingdao is a major economic center in Shandong province. The city has been strongly influenced during several times of foreign occupations from 1897 to 1945 and by foreign investment, particularly after initiation of the "Open Door Policy". Joint ventures, cooperative enterprises, and wholly foreign-owned enterprises have prospered and have become a significant phenomenon in Qingdao's economy.
This thesis examines the establishment and evolution of foreign-invested firms and their role in Qingdao's economy during the period of 1985-1995. The results reveal that Qingdao's economy was stimulated tremendously by foreign direct investment (FDI). The number of new FDI firms grew at an average annual rate of a 79.8% and actual utilization of foreign capital (AUFC) in Qingdao grew at an average rate of an 87.2%. By the end of 1995, FDI contributed 54% to total exports and 70% of FDI focused on the industrial sector. Correlation coefficients (R$\sp2$) of AUFC with main indices of Qingdao's economy are positive and significant; the correlation coefficients of AUFC regarding gross national product (GNP), national income (NI), foreign trade import and export (FTIE) are 0.97, 0.96, and 0.94. The Durbin-Watson d test results show that there is a strong correlation between AUFC and FTIE, GNP, and NI. The economy of Qingdao has grown as FDI increased.
The open economy fueled Qingdao's growth but also brought some problems. However, China will likely keep the open door policy. FDI in Qingdao will continue to increase and influence Qingdao's economy within the growing global economy.
附註
Source: Masters Abstracts International, Volume: 37-02, page: 0459.
Thesis (M.A.)--California State University, Long Beach, 1998.
合著者
ISBN/ISSN
9780599064768