The Research on Dependent Paths and the Development of Emerging Industry in Chongqing

Lingxiu HUANG


The Path Dependence Theory is widely applied to the study of theoretical models of the system economics in recent years. Based on it, this dissertation does a systematic study of Chongqing’s industry in the past decades. It is apparent that the development of Chongqing’s industry depends on some paths typically. According to the further analysis of positive and negative effects of the dependent paths, it reveals the mechanism of its evolution and dynamic development, and makes a judgment for the direction of Chongqing’s emerging industry.


Dependent paths; Emerging industry; Positive effect; Negative effect

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