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Path of Jiangxi Province's Digital Economy to Enable High-quality Development from the Perspective of New Infrastructure

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DOI: 10.23977/ferm.2022.050303 | Downloads: 9 | Views: 242


Yishu Liu 1, Ziyuan Li 2


1 School of Economics and Management, Nanchang Normal College of Applied Technology, Nanchang 330108, Jiangxi, China
2 Business school, Xiamen Institute of Technology, Xiamen 361011, Fujian, China

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Ziyuan Li


Through the deep integration and development of digital economy and new infrastructure, the overall level of new infrastructure in Jiangxi Province can be improved and high-quality growth can be accelerated. This work aims to explore the digital economy process from the perspective of new infrastructure, and help Jiangxi Province develop high-quality. The existing relevant literature is sorted out from four aspects: infrastructure and economic growth research, new infrastructure research, high-quality development research, new infrastructure and high-quality development research. The internal mechanism of new infrastructure to promote high-quality development is expounded from different perspectives such as micro, meso, and macro, and it reflects that the construction of new infrastructure in the new era is an important measure to achieve high-quality development. By measuring the high-quality growth level of the digital economy in Jiangxi Province, and building a stable result model in which new infrastructure construction promotes the transformation of the regional economy to high-quality growth, the traditional infrastructure and efficiency improvements in the new quality infrastructure have a high impact on the regional economy. The impact of quality development is even more pronounced.


New Infrastructure Vision, Digital Economy, Economic Empowerment, High-Quality Development


Yishu Liu, Ziyuan Li, Path of Jiangxi Province's Digital Economy to Enable High-quality Development from the Perspective of New Infrastructure. Financial Engineering and Risk Management (2022) Vol. 5: 17-23. DOI:


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