Quadruple of Per Capita GDP in China is a Useless Developing Goal



This paper thinks that per capita GDP as development goal isn’t rational in our country, because this index has many defects.
It doesn’t reflect income level & standard of living、sustainable development degree & transformation of economical growth mode,it conceals the fact that polarization is becoming more serious as time goes on and intensifies the wrong thought that economical growth is absolute truth、furthers “bubble economy” development etc. Lastly it suggests a series of indexes as development goal with income of farmer & poor citizen at the core.
Key Words: Per Capita GDP; Income Level; Polarization; Economical Growth Mode; Economical Growth is Absolute Truth
Résumé: Cette étude estime que le PIB par habitant en tant que l'objectif de développement n'est pas rationnel dans notre pays, parce que cet indice a de nombreux défauts.
Il ne reflète ni le niveau de revenu≤ standard de vie, ni le degré de développement durable& la transformation de mode de croissance économique, il dissimule le fait que la polarisation est de plus en plus grave au fur et à mesure que le temps passe et intensifie la mauvaise estime que la croissance économique est la vérité absolue, favorise de futures " bulles de l'économie de développement etc. Enfin, il suggère une série d'indices en tant que l'objectif de développement avec le revenu des agriculteurs & des citoyens pauvres à la base.
Mots-clés: le PIB par habitant, le niveau de revenu; la polarisation; le mode de croissance économique, la croissance économique est la vérité absolue

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.ccc.1923670020090501.001


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