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Research on effects of input servitization on export technological complexity of manufacturing industry of China

  • Ming FangEmail author
  • Rui Yang
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Abstract

Based on measurement of export technological complexity and input servitization level in the manufacturing industry of China from 2006 to 2015, the effects of onshore and offshore input servitization on export technological complexity of manufacturing industry were discussed based on the panel data model by combining industrial heterogeneity. Results demonstrated that offshore input servitization has significant positive effects on export technological complexity of manufacturing industry and onshore input servitization can inhibit export technological complexity slightly. Input servitization can promote the export technological complexity to a limited extent. All of these influences have industrial heterogeneity.

Keywords

Input servitization Onshore input servitization Offshore input servitization Export technological complexity 

Notes

Acknowledgements

The corresponding author acknowledges the support from the Key project for Excellent Young Teachers in University of Anhui Province (Grant number gxyqZD2016094) and Anhui Social Science Planning Fund Program (Grant number AHSKY2017D04).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of International Economics and TradeAnhui University of Finance and EconomicsBengbuChina

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