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Reducing China’s regional disparities: Is there a growth  cost?  ---By Anping Chen         School of Economics, Jinan University, Guangzhou      Published on China Economic Review 21 (2010) 2-13       
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“To get rich is glorious” “Let some get rich first” ---Deng Xiaoping
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The Trends
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What is the relationship between growth and inequality? Targeting at reducing regional inequality Growth has to be sacrificed Allocating resources to the areas with the lowest marginal products Undermine the economic efficiency Growth can be maintained
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The Vector-autoregressive (VAR) model Data Two way relationship between growth and inequality Real growth rates for the period from 1979 to 2004 --Why not after 2004? Inter-regional measure of inequality To analyze the growth-inequality nexus in China
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rate and the Gini coefficient. Stage 2: Proceed to assess the robustness of these
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