AJIBM  Vol.7 No.1 , January 2017
System Driven Analysis of National Economic Growth: Guangdong as an Example
Abstract: After many years of high-strength construction and large-scale development, it’s difficult for Chinese economy to sustain high-speed economic growth only through too much investment and production factors. Economic development is facing a bottleneck. Transformation and upgrading are imminent. Improving innovation becomes an inevitable choice for Chinese economic growth since Chinese economy has been under a new normal macroscopic background. System innovation is the basic content and an important aspect of innovation. There are some intrinsic links between Chinese national economic growth and system changes. This paper selects Guangdong Province as the research object. It analyzes system factors of economic growth in Guangdong Province since the reform and opening up in China. And this paper tries to provide decision-making basis for the innovation of government system in the new normal economy.
Cite this paper: Zhou, Y. (2017) System Driven Analysis of National Economic Growth: Guangdong as an Example. American Journal of Industrial and Business Management, 7, 27-30. doi: 10.4236/ajibm.2017.71003.

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