Assimilated Industrial Structures of Changchun and Jilin

Shujia CHENG, Li’na MA

Abstract


Nowadays, industry integration has become a trend for economic and social development. It has become a new model of current regional development to consolidate resources across administrative regions, and competition between regional city groups would replace competition between single cities. As the construction process of Changchun-Jilin-Tumen Open Development Pilot Zone speeds up, Changchun-Jilin integration and the industry integration issues between the two cities have gradually draw attention. The similarity of industrial structures between Changchun and Jilin is the foundation of their industry integration. This article employs Location Quotient, Agglomeration Index and Similarity index to analyze the industrial structures of both cities using quantitative methods. The research has exposed some issues of the industrial structures of Changchun and Jilin, such as distinctive heavilization of industrial structures, convergence of industrial structures, as well as having single core industries, etc. The analysis of the assimilated industrial structures of Changchun and Jilin lays a foundation for providing them an industrial integration path and related strategies.


Keywords


Changchun-Jilin; Industry; Integration

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2F3953

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