Empirical Research: Added Value of Agricultural influence on GDP, a Case of China


Empirical Research: Added Value of Agricultural influence on GDP, a Case of China


Zhiyao Lia and Peiwen Wanga

aPoznan University of Life Sciences


American Journal of Agricultural Research

Agriculture has been the foundation of the national economy since ancient times. With the development of the era, the total agricultural economy has continued to increase. The proportion of the economy is decreasing. This paper analyzes the agricultural value added by analyzing the GDP of China in 2017 (including 31 provinces). After using EViews10SV software to analysis regression, found that there is a positive correlation between agricultural added value and GDP, that is, every percentage point change in agricultural added value, GDP will increase by 0.146543 percentage points, indicating that agriculture has a positive effect on GDP growth.


Keywords: China’s agricultural; GDP; agricultural added value

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How to cite this article:
Zhiyao Li and Peiwen Wang. Empirical Research: Added Value of Agricultural influence on GDP, a Case of China. American Journal of Agricultural Research, 2019,4:56. DOI: 10.28933/ajar-2019-03-2504


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