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Title of the article Assessing the Efficiency of Technological Change in Post-Reform China
Pages 156-173
Author 1 Sergey Nikolaevich Leonov
Doctor of Economics, Professor, Deputy Director
Economic Research Institute FEB RAS
153 Tikhookeanskaya Street, Khabarovsk, Russia, 680042
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Author 2 Egor Leonidovich Domnich
Senior Assistant
Economic Research Institute FEB RAS
153 Tikhookeanskaya Street, Khabarovsk, Russia, 680042
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DOI 10.14530/se.2008.3.156-173
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For citation Leonov S.N., Domnich E.L. Assessing the Efficiency of Technological Change in Post-Reform China. Prostranstvennaya Ekonomika = Spatial Economics, 2008, no. 3, pp. 156-173. DOI: 10.14530/se.2008.3.156-173. (In Russian).
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Financing The article was prepared with the support of the Grant No. 07-02-88201a / T of the Russian Foundation for Human Rights, the grant of the FEB RAS No. 06-III-A-10-432 and the grant of the Far-Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences No. 06-III-B-10-115

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