Further Issues on Interregional Economics
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In my previous books (Zhang, 1999, 2000, 2001), I endeavored to examine various aspects of national, urban, and international economies with a few concepts within a single framework. This book applied the basic concepts in these books to explore complex interdependence between economic growth, economic structures, and sexual division of labor within an interregional context. It explored the complexity of interregional trade within the same framework that I employed to examine national, urban, and international economies. Trying to say many things with as a few concepts and techniques as possible should be the manifestation of the bona fide mind of the economist. (1993:271) once recounted: “‘Are you still standing there,” condescendingly asked the much-traveled Sophist of Socrates, ‘and still saying the same thing about the same thing?’ ‘Yes,’ answered Socrates, “that I am.”
KeywordsProduction Function Economic Structure Complex Interdependence Perfect Competition Sexual Division
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