Total Factor Productivity of Vietnam and China: Contribution of Total Factor Productivity to Economic Growth of two reformers: Vietnam and China

 
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This study evaluates and compares the contribution of Total Factor Productivity to the economic development of Vietnam and China from 1980s to 2000s, the two most successful examples of economic transformation in recent history, as a paired case study. Based on the neo-classical theory of economic growth, the study attempts to analyze: (i) the contribution of TFP to economic development of each country; (ii) the overall assessment and the differences in the growth experience of two economies; (iii) some theoretical explanations for these results, and (iv) identifying some possible determinants of TFP. The study finds out that: (i) TFP played an important role in the economic growth of Vietnam and China since 1980s and especially in later years, contributed to their GDP growth 30.4% and 22.6% respectively; (ii) FDI is significant factor explaining the Vietnam's TFP growth from 1980 to 2000; (iii) business fluctuation affects the estimation of the Vietnam and China's TFP growth considerably, and (iv) accumulation of capital was the dominant factor that contributed to economic growth of Vietnam and China with 54.1% and 60.5% respectively.

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Son Le Hoang, M.Phil.: Infrastructure Management Program at Yokohama National University, Japan. Director of Trung Tin Business Administration and Development Consultancy Co., Ltd. Hanoi, Vietnam.

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