The Impact of Technology Spillover Effect on China's Foreign Trade
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As a major channel for technology spillovers, international trade has received widespread attention in the theoretical community in recent years. A large number of studies on how to determine and measure the technology spillovers brought about by international trade have yielded rich theoretical results and applied them to practice. The role of technology spillovers from developed countries in developing countries through trade for their productivity growth is increasingly receiving attention from developing countries. Since 2001, China’s accession to the WTO has officially become a member of the WTO, and it has gained many opportunities to use technology spillovers. With the development of economic globalization and the acceleration and deepening of the internationalization of resource allocation, the “One Belt, One Road” concept and the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP), which are dedicated to the interconnection of the Asia-Europe and non-continental and nearby oceans, are being built. Today, economic concepts and relationship organizations have emerged as the times require. It is very important to understand and clarify the characteristics, forms and main principles of technological spillover effects of international trade. It is very important to understand the impact of technological spillovers on international trade.
TFP, Technology Spillover Effect, International Trade