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Research on Physical Capital and Human Capital Investment Regarding Economic Growth and Regional Development

Xu, Yi LU (2011) EKHR22 20111
Department of Economic History
Abstract
This paper addresses how to maximize the contribution of human capital regarding economic growth and regional development. Based on theoretical reviews and two cases studies, an optimal model is presented, and key factors that influence the output from human capital are proposed and compared to the earlier case studies. Suburban districts: Jiading and Songjiang in Shanghai experienced continually rapid economic growth and district governments have larger fiscal revenue than ever. According to Shanghai central government’s plan, Jiading is designed as an industrial based region and Songjiang is set up to develop the only campus town in Shanghai. Governments of two districts invested in human capital and physical capital with different... (More)
This paper addresses how to maximize the contribution of human capital regarding economic growth and regional development. Based on theoretical reviews and two cases studies, an optimal model is presented, and key factors that influence the output from human capital are proposed and compared to the earlier case studies. Suburban districts: Jiading and Songjiang in Shanghai experienced continually rapid economic growth and district governments have larger fiscal revenue than ever. According to Shanghai central government’s plan, Jiading is designed as an industrial based region and Songjiang is set up to develop the only campus town in Shanghai. Governments of two districts invested in human capital and physical capital with different focuses. (Less)
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Xu, Yi LU
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EKHR22 20111
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H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
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human capital, physical capital, economic growth, regional development, Jiading automobile town, Songjiang campus town
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English
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2199116
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2011-11-07 16:23:26
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  abstract     = {This paper addresses how to maximize the contribution of human capital regarding economic growth and regional development. Based on theoretical reviews and two cases studies, an optimal model is presented, and key factors that influence the output from human capital are proposed and compared to the earlier case studies. Suburban districts: Jiading and Songjiang in Shanghai experienced continually rapid economic growth and district governments have larger fiscal revenue than ever. According to Shanghai central government’s plan, Jiading is designed as an industrial based region and Songjiang is set up to develop the only campus town in Shanghai. Governments of two districts invested in human capital and physical capital with different focuses.},
  author       = {Xu, Yi},
  keyword      = {human capital,physical capital,economic growth,regional development,Jiading automobile town,Songjiang campus town},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Research on Physical Capital and Human Capital Investment Regarding Economic Growth and Regional Development},
  year         = {2011},
}