E3S Web Conf.
Volume 235, 20212020 International Conference on New Energy Technology and Industrial Development (NETID 2020)
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Section||Research on New Energy Technology and Energy Consumption Development|
|Published online||03 February 2021|
Research on the contribution rate of scientific and technological progress to Chongqing’s economic growth Based on the Solow Growth model
Westa College, Southwest university, Chongqing, China
2 School of Automotive engineering, Chongqing university, Chongqing, China
In the context of current proposed transformation of economic development of the region are actively rely on capital from investment to promote economic growth mode to a mode relying on technological progress to promote economic growth up. Therefore, this paper selects the sample data of Chongqing from 2010 to 2017, and based on the empirical analysis of the Solow residual value model, using SPSS statistics 25 software, studies the contribution of Chongqing’s capital investment and labor input, especially technological progress, to economic growth. The research shows that the contribution rate of Chongqing’s capital input to economic growth has always been at a relatively high level, but it has shown a general downward trend. At the same time, the elasticity coefficient of capital input is small, indicating that its contribution to economic growth is small; the contribution rate of labor input fluctuates greatly but the impact is small; the contribution rate of scientific and technological progress to economic growth shows an overall upward trend, which has become an important factor for driving Chongqing’s economic growth after capital investment. Therefore, governments must accelerate the transformation of the economic development mode, vigorously promote the development of science and technology, and rely more on scientific and technological progress to promote economic growth and achieve sustainable economic development.
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