Response measures of the marine economy to regional economic development
WANG Zeyu, ZHANG Zhen, HAN Zenglin, SUN Caizhi, LIN Yingrui
2016, 38 (10):
This article examines the evolution of China’s marine development strategy over different historical periods. Based on the comprehensive empowerment method,we used a fuzzy recognition model,VAR model and GIS space technology to measure the marine economy development level,and analyzed the response of the relationship between national marine strategy and marine economy. We found that from 1996 to 2013,low-value area development accelerated faster,while the development of high-value area development slowed. The regional gap is narrowing and the overall development level presents a fluctuant rising state. In specific regions including Shandong,Guangdong and Zhejiang,the marine economic development tendency remained at a relatively high level;in Liaoning,Jiangsu,Fujian and other provinces the rising tendency evidently ascends to intermediate level while Hainan and Guangxi are at a relatively low level. In Shandong,Zhejiang and Jiangsu,the response degree to national marine strategy is relatively high and their marine economy development positive trend is obvious. In Liaoning,Tianjin and Hebei,the early response degree to national marine strategy is relatively high,while after 2006,the trend starts to decrease and enter a steady state. The response degree to the national marine strategy of Shanghai and Guangxi is less volatile,which shows that marine economic development is relatively stable. Marine economic development in Guangdong,Fujian and Hainan continues to ascend by the influence of national marine strategy,albeit with a lag. In the future,we should generate marine economic development strategies and policies according to local conditions.
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