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Research on the Influence of Regional Economic Development on Shenzhen's Economic Vitality

Sihao Fu, Xinzhu Chen, Zekun Wang


We studied the population increment and enterprise increment under the policy of “building socialism with Chinese characteristics pilot demonstration zone” in Shenzhen and calculated the number of permanent residents and enterprises in Shenzhen in terms of short term (next year) and long term (next five to ten years). Combined with the new population and enterprises brought by the new economic policy and the model in question 1, the data of Shenzhen GDP in the short-term and long-term situations are calculated. So we concluded that the long-term impact on Shenzhen will be greater than the short-term impact in the future.


Regional Economic; Development; Economic Vitality

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/fm.v5i3.2114