Analysis of the life cycle of China Shipbuilding Industry

HE Yujing, QIAN Xinhua

Abstract


The research of the article is based on the theory of industry life cycle. Empirical research on China annual shipbuilding output from 1983 to 2012 is made and life cycle stage of China shipbuilding industry is studied through using Compertz model. Combined with the current industry of our country shipping actual problems, puts forward some countermeasures and proposals.
Key words: Shipbuilding industry; industry life cycle; Compertz model

Keywords


Shipbuilding industry; industry life cycle; Compertz model

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10.3968/4795

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