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    Title: Do Chinese income levels converge? : an application of Fourier unit root tests
    Other Titles: 中國所得是否收斂? : 以傅立葉單根檢定
    Authors: 黃可一;Huang, Ko-yi
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際企業學系碩士班
    蘇志偉;Su, Chi-Wei
    Keywords: 傅立葉單根檢定;結構性變動;中國經濟成長;Flexible Fourier Unit Root Test;Breaks;Chinese Economic growth
    Date: 2011
    Issue Date: 2011-12-28 17:46:58 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文採用Enders and Lee (2004, 2009)所提倡的Fourier unit root test,再一次地檢驗中國各省所得收斂的趨勢。在非線性過程且結構轉變時點未知的條件下,以傅立葉模型能夠相對有效地捕捉未知結構轉變發生的時點。最後,我們的實證結果指出中國的東部和西部存在的所得收斂的趨勢,這或許可歸因於政府政策有效地改善該地區所得差距的問題。
    In our study, we adopt Fourier unit root test proposed by Enders and Lee (2004, 2009) to revisit the tendency towards convergence in real per-capita income among provinces in China. When data generating process is non-liner process, Fourier series not only allows for the possibility of an unknown number of structural breaks with unknown forms but also using low frequency component to capture multiple changes. Contrary to what the linear statistics suggest, our results of Flexible unit root test indicate that China’s eastern and the western regions, converge to their own specific steady states
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