Economic Competitiveness, Knowledge Promotion and Educational Back Shot Wave
Zhi-Min Dai 1  
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Lu Guo 2
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Nanchang University, CHINA
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Jiangxi University of Finance & Economics, CHINA
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China Construction Bank Corp Jiangxi Branch, CHINA
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Zhi-Min Dai   

School of Economics & Management, Nanchang University, Nanchang. Address to No.999, Xuefu Rd., Honggu Dist., Nanchang City 330031, China (C.H.N). Tel: +86 15979130938
Online publish date: 2017-08-23
Publish date: 2017-08-23
 
EURASIA J. Math., Sci Tech. Ed 2017;13(8):5805–5812
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This paper analyzing the relationship in Resource-exhausted City’s educational foundation and development abilities, we made an empirical study on the economic development of Cities on how to promote urban area economic development continuously. According the past two decades information from the cities, we have using the main data indicators and education to get the input and output relevant indicators with VAR quantitative antics. And from the perspective of harmonious development, we have using new economic growth model, city economic growth theory and higher vocational education interactive development to analyze the dynamic changes; from the factors of economic growth variables on the change degree, we achieved cumulative effect actively results. Finally, the paper puts forward the management measures of higher education and urban economic development upon the Resource-exhausted cities.
 
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