Study on the Choice of Strategic Emerging Industries in Gansu Province Based on Multi-level Grey Model
In the economic transformation period, it is an important realistic choice for local government to accelerate developing its strategic emerging industries and to cultivation them into leading industries for revitalizing local economy and transforming economic increasing mode. In the context of “One Belt And One Road” strategy, how to choose strategic emerging industries will determine its future economic trends and development speed. This paper uses multi-level grey correlation evaluation method, and studies how to select its future strategic emerging industries relying on date of four industries such as health services, processing and manufacturing industry in 2015 Gansu statistical yearbook. This paper can provide the necessary theoretical reference for Gansu province to determine its future emerging industries.
KeywordsStrategic emerging industries A multi-level gray model Industry choice The empirical research
This research was financially supported by the key research project of Gansu university of Chinese medicine (No. XZD-01). and also supported by the Health management of key disciplines in Gansu University of Chinese Medicine.
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