Econometric Analysis of Factors Affecting Social Labor Productivity in China

Qingshan LI


Factors that affecting the social labor productivity are numerous, but in our paper, four variables which we interest in are selected for analysis, they are per capita income, urban green area, public transportation investment, and technical contract number. By the use of econometric analysis, we may find which factor is significant and which is not, and then, make some suggestions for the government.


Social labor productivity; Affect factors; Econometric analysis; Policy suggestions

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