|关键词: 数字经济 城乡融合 综合评价 长期效应 非线性
|Digital Economy Promotes Urban-rural Integration: Immediate Impact or Long-term Impact?
|In recent years, the vigorous development of China"s digital economy has effectively promoted the shift and upgrading of the rural economy, providing an important driving force for narrowing the gap between urban and rural areas and promoting urban-rural integration. This paper constructs the evaluation index system of the effect of urban-rural integration development from the two dimensions of residents" life and social development, and makes an empirical analysis on the impact mechanism, long-term and short-term effects and regional differences of digital economy on urban-rural integration development. The study found that since the 18th CPC National Congress, the level of China"s digital economy and the development effect of urban-rural integration have shown a steady upward trend, and the development gap between the East and the central and western regions has slowed down. The role of digital economy in promoting the development of urban-rural integration has the dual attributes of immediate and long-term impact, and the long-term cumulative effect is stronger; Numbers play a greater role in the improvement of residents" social life than numbers. The role of digital economy in promoting the development of urban-rural integration not only has spatial spillover effect, but also presents the nonlinear characteristics of stage weakening. In terms of regional differences, the role of digital economy in promoting the integrated development of urban and rural areas is more obvious in the central and western regions, areas with reasonable industrial structure and areas with superior rural business environment. Further analysis shows that the digital economy can promote the integrated development of urban and rural areas by improving labor productivity, improving the quality of residents" employment and leading the transformation of production and lifestyle.
|Key words: Digital economy Urban rural integration Effect measurement Long term cumulative effect Nonlinearity