Business School, Graduate University of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Since the reform and opening up, many regions in China have different locations, resources, policy support and other factors, resulting in large differences in economic and financial development between regions. In order to better analyze the mechanism of interaction between geographic factors and economic growth, construct economic growth indicators, regional financial development indicators, and control variable indicators respectively, establish a panel data fixed-effect model, and further propose relevant policy recommendations to reduce regional and economic growth. Inequality, thus providing a theoretical reference for the coordinated development of the regional economy.
Regional economy, Economic development, Regional differences, Economic growth
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