The Transformation and Imbalance Effect of Knowledge Structure of the Population in China: Model Establish and Empirical Analysis

Zheng-dong LI

Abstract


Today, with the increasingly importance of intellectual capital on social economic development, the balance between knowledge structure of the population and social economic structure appears to be particularly important. This paper believes there appears imbalance, at current, in the transformation of China’s knowledge structure of the population and this imbalance includes co-existence of both balanced and imbalanced states. The impact of balance and imbalance on potential population social economic structure as well includes co-existence of both positive and negative sides. And the factors generating this situation include process factors and structural factors as well. This paper builds up a series model, tries to analyze the imbalance effect of knowledge structure of the population, and explores the internal transformation mechanism of knowledge structure of the population.Key words: knowledge structure of the population; imbalance effect; and balance model

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.sss.1923018420100102.001

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