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The Influence of Global Value Chain Integration on China's Labor Market

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DOI: 10.38007/Proceedings.0000472


Cuini Li and Yao Wen

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Cuini Li


Based on input-output table WIOD and social and economic statistical account data in a table, this paper, by using the input-output model based on openness to trade competitive perspectives to build the employment effect of the added value of index of the unit, the income effect index, carry out the corresponding departments decomposition, calculated the China from 2000 to 2014 in various industries and its corresponding segmentation industry added value coefficient, completely full employment and full income coefficient, show that the added value and employment, income, the relationship. At the same time, based on the WWZ method, the vertical specialization index of various industries and their subsectors in China from 2000 to 2014 was calculated, and the impact of the integration of global value chain on employment and wage income was empirically analyzed.


Global Value Chain; Total Added Value; Vertical Specialization; Employment; Income