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Transformation and Upgrading Path of Agricultural Economy in Beibu Gulf under the Background of Innovation Driven

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DOI: 10.23977/ieim.2022.050903 | Downloads: 6 | Views: 97


Yan Zuo 1


1 College of Accounting, Zhanjiang Science and Technology College, Zhanjiang, 524094, Guangdong, China

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Yan Zuo


As China enters the new normal of economic development, an economic stage characterized by slowing economic growth, high-end industry has become the main line of economic development. In order to realize the transformation and upgrading of industry to high-end industry, we must rely on innovation to drive. The proposal of innovation driven(ID) strategy has raised innovation to a new height. Based on the ID background, this paper studies the path of the transformation and upgrading of the agricultural economy(AE) in the BG. The development advantages of Beibu Gulf(BG) AE, industrial transformation and upgrading and ID theory are briefly analyzed; This paper discusses the path of the transformation and upgrading of the AE in the BG under the ID background, and through the empirical analysis of the impact of ID on the transformation and development of the AE in the BG, confirms that the implementation of the ID strategy into agricultural development is to accelerate the transformation and development of the AE in the BG. Agricultural economic transformation is an inevitable requirement for the implementation of the ID strategy and one of the main directions of agricultural supply side reform, It is related to the sustainable development of AE.


Innovation Driven Background, Beibu Gulf, Agricultural Economy, Transformation and Upgrading Path


Yan Zuo, Transformation and Upgrading Path of Agricultural Economy in Beibu Gulf under the Background of Innovation Driven. Industrial Engineering and Innovation Management (2022) Vol. 5: 16-23. DOI:


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