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为什么中国的人均GDP低于墨正西哥、巴正西、土

时间:2019-07-08 07:42 来源:原创 作者:locoy 阅读:

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  Why does China have a lower GDP per capita than countries like Mexico, Brazil, Turkey, Argentina, and Chile, despite having better technology and broader coverage of various technologies?

  为什么中国的人均GDP低于墨正西哥、巴正西、土耳其、阿根廷和智利等国,固然中国拥拥有更好的技术和更普遍的技术掩饰面?

  Lucas Karl Hahn, 2012年去度过中国6周。.

  On what basis are you arguing that China has better technology than these countries? Is there some empirical evidence you can cite or is this just a subjective statement? I don't even know what statistics we can use to assess the technology level of an entire country. 4G penetration? Devices connected to the Internet per capita? High-speed rail travel per person per year? Engineers and scientists graduated every year per capita? Technology seems to be a rather fuzzy concept, something difficult to uate and compare across different countries.

  NationMaster gives the Technology Index, comparing countries on "companies' spending on R&D, the creativity of its scientific community, personal computer and internet penetration rates". This is good, but imperfect, as things like R&D spending can be manipulated (a deft accountant might expense items such as office space and office supplies as R&D spending for tax purposes). This index puts all 5 countries above China, although the numbers are a bit dated (2005).

  Countries Compared by Economy > Technology index. International Statistics at NationMaster.com

  China does have a lot of advanced technology, including Maglev trains in Shanghai, which to my knowledge are the only Maglev trains in the world currently operational (Berlin had some around the time of the reunification). This is really cool. China graduates a lot of talented scientists and engineers, and is catching up to the rest of the world in emerging technology industries such as biotechnology, 3D printing, cloud computing and Big Data, the Internet, and renewable energy. In some fields it might actually be leading. This should all be welcomed, as this has the potential to speed up humanity's technological progress. Global brainpower is growing as countries like China and India go from agriculture to manufacturing/basic services to high-tech. The more scientists and engineers, the better, and the faster our leap from a Type 0 Civilization to a Type I Civilization (planetary society).

  But for all this, most of the Chinese labor force is very low-tech in the technology they use. There are hundreds of millions in rural areas, and additional tens of millions in the cities as migrant laborers doing things such as washing dishes, using 19th century technology (water pipes and sinks). China's factory workers basically use their hands, assembling tiny electronic components. The fraction of the labor force involved in high-tech is still very small.

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