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The Influence of National Economy Informatization on the “Internet +” Social and Economic Development

  • Junwei XingEmail author
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Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 1147)

Abstract

Now information is a key link in the economic and social development. Information productivity has become the most advanced productivity in human history. The informatization of national economy has far-reaching influences. The “internet +” proposal has combined the internet with an increasing number of enterprises to establish a new mode of network economic operation. Starting from “internet +”, this paper analyzes the impact of national economy informatization on social and economic development, and uses the spatial econometric model to conduct the spatial exploration and analysis of economic growth. Based on the application spatial measurement method, it analyzes the effect of informatization on regional economic growth and industrial structure, and analyzes the influences of informatization on three industries. Finally, according to conclusions, policy suggestions on informatization construction are proposed from the aspects of regional economic growth and industrial structure optimization.

Keywords

“Internet +” National economy Informatization Social development 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Decision-Making and ConsultancyParty School of Liaoning Provincial Party CommitteeShenyangChina

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