Volume 4, Issue 6, December 2015, Page: 223-227
The Spatial Distribution Characteristics of IT Enterprises in Shanghai Caohejing Hi-Tech Park: Take the 24 Buildings as Example
Long-fei Chen, School of Economics of Shanghai University, Shanghai, China
Received: Dec. 4, 2015;       Published: Dec. 5, 2015
DOI: 10.11648/      View  4301      Downloads  83
Due to the increasing returns to scale and the external economic effect, the industrial cluster, as a kind of geographical phenomenon in the process of industrial development, is the inevitable product of the process of economic development in the world. This paper selects 24 buildings in Caohejing Hi-Tech Park(CHJ, Shanghai, China) as a sample. Using the Gini coefficient method, from the three dimensions of 976 companies in the 24 buildings-industry types, company types, labor types, we found that the electronic information industry cluster in CHJ region has been initially apparent. Electronic information manufacturing industry (two digit industries such as C39) and its supporting services (such as the three digit industry F517, L721 etc.) has begun to take shape; and the corresponding industry talent reserves have also been able to support the electronic information industry chain of CHJ region of operation; private and foreign-funded enterprises have very strong economic vitality and thus the strong momentum of development CHJ areas; the quantity of SOE is not much but is strength.
IT Enterprises, GINI Coefficient, Spatial Distribution, Industrial Agglomeration
To cite this article
Long-fei Chen, The Spatial Distribution Characteristics of IT Enterprises in Shanghai Caohejing Hi-Tech Park: Take the 24 Buildings as Example, Earth Sciences. Vol. 4, No. 6, 2015, pp. 223-227. doi: 10.11648/
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