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A Study on the Impact of Emergency Industrial Policy on Total Factor Productivity of Enterprises

Xinyue Li


In the context of China's risk society in recent years, the emergency industry has become increasingly important. This paper adopts the difference-in- difference model to investigate the assessment of the impact of emergency industry policies on total factor productivity of enterprises based on the policies related to emergency industry introduced in 2014. The empirical results show that the emergency industry policies have a significant contribution to the total factor productivity of enterprises. This study can provide insights for the next stage of emergency industry policy formulation.


Emergency Management; Emergency Industry; Difference-In-Difference Model; Total Factor Productivity

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/mmf.v6i9.9992