Does Intelligence Improve the Total Factor Productivity of China's Manufacturing Industry? release_jswn3qcw45akvgkl5dkpewxwoa

by Shuai Qin, Yaya Li

Published in Asian Economics Letters by Asia-Pacific Applied Economics Association.

2023   Issue Early View


This paper empirically tests the impact of intelligence on the total factor productivity of China's manufacturing industry through a double fixed-effect model. The results show that the current process of <jats:italic>intelligentization</jats:italic> can significantly improve total factor productivity in China's manufacturing industry. Specifically, intelligence significantly promotes total factor productivity in the eastern region, but does not significantly impact total factor productivity in central and western regions.
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