Empirical Analysis of KIBS: Contribution to Regional Economic Comparison

Publication Date Jan 1, 2006


This paper addresses the development status of KIBS, basic content. KIBS (Knowledge Intensive Business Services) in the urban development feasibility and importance expresses that the services sector is not only a knowledge of the inevitable result of the economic growth but is also a prerequisite for sustained economic growth. Empirical analysis of the three cities Beijing, Shanghai, Wenzhou as a target has proved the importance of the knowledge of the services sector to economic development, and ultimately to the knowledge-based service industry's rate of contribution to the economy as the starting point for Wenzhou development of knowledge-based service industries related responses.

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