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### 基于省份数据修正的我国劳动报酬占比决定因素再研究

• 出版日期:2018-03-25 发布日期:2018-03-25

### A Restudy on Determinants of the Labor Share Based on the Provincial Data Revision

Lv Guangming & Yu Xueting

• Online:2018-03-25 Published:2018-03-25

Abstract: It is a fundamental research work which cannot be ignored in the process of Solving the problem of "imbalanced and inadequate” in the field of income distribution and then to achieve the concept of "shared development" to accurately measure the labor share and its changing trend, and to deeply analyze the reasons behind the changes, and then to give relevant policy suggestions. In this paper, we fully consider the reality of the two major changes in the accounting caliber of labor remuneration in China, and with the help of two identification criteria and various estimation methods, the provincial labor remuneration data were examined and distinguished and then were revised and adjusted. Further, we re-estimate the labor share of provincial level in the real meaning of accounting caliber from 1993 to 2016.On this basis, we construct the provincial panel model to dissect the rule and the determinants behind the changes of the labor share in China, to reveal the changes of determinants behind the fall and rise of the labor share. The results show : ①After the revision and adjustment, the provincial weighted average labor share is more smooth and steady, more anti cycle characteristics. And the time of numerical inversion is also clearer. ②During the whole sample period in 1993-2016, the increase of the proportion of the third industrial added value and government expenditure accounted for the proportion of GDP have significant effects on the changes of labor share on the same direction. But the increase of the foreign direct investment proportion has a significant reverse effect. ③In the decline stage of the labor share in 1993-2011 and the rising stage of labor share in 2011-2016,the increase of proportion of the third industrial added value has significant effects on the changes of labor share on the same direction to all of the two stages. However, other factors have different effects between the decline stage and the rising stage of the labor share. To summarize, these conclusions have important enlightening significance.