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Economic Development in the Traditional Cultural Areas of Chinese Ethnic Minorities in the Age of Science and Technology

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DOI: 10.38007/Proceedings.0000874

Author(s)

Yuxuan Zhao and Yuhao Ren

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Yuxuan Zhao

Abstract

As global scientific and technological progress plays an increasingly important role in economic development. From the trajectory of development in developed countries, we can clearly see the important role of science and technology in economic development. China's rapid economic development in recent decades has also played an important role in promoting scientific and technological progress. As the areas outside the minority nationalities in our country are often in harsh environments, they are constrained by natural environmental conditions in the course of economic development and have a certain impact on economic development. This article puts forward the great development and prosperity of the socialist cultural undertakings with Chinese characteristics in the era of science and technology for ethnic minorities. How to integrate the economic development of the ethnic minority areas of China with the major decision-making and deployment of the central government will be our response Key research issues. This article summarizes the current outstanding problems in the economic development of ethnic minority areas in China by explaining the overall situation of the economic and social development of ethnic minority areas in China in recent years, and considers the prospects and countermeasures for the economic development of ethnic minority areas in China Suggest. In this paper, the DEA model is used to analyze the comprehensive efficiency of the cultural industries in China's minority autonomous regions, and the target value is analyzed for regions with a comprehensive efficiency of less than 1, and the DEA super efficiency model is used to rank the comprehensive efficiency of the cultural industries in all research areas. The results of the study show that Ningxia, Tibet, and Inner Mongolia rank in the top three in terms of comprehensive efficiency, while the input-output DEA values in Yunnan, Guizhou, and Xinjiang are less than 1.

Keywords

Minority Areas; Cultural Industries; Scientific Development; DEA's Super-efficiency Model