The Effects of China Performance on World Economic Growth, an Empirical Approach
José Luis De la Cruz Gallegos, Derna Vanessa Veintimilla Brando

The impressive growth of Chinese economy has become a global issue for the study of the world development. Since the 2009 economic crisis, China has gained more attention in developed countries, as the impacts caused by the crisis on China's economy have been imperceptible, and instead its economic strengths are being an important dynamic for the global economic growth. Applying cointegrated and autoregressive vectors, the present study shows that Chinese economy has a positive causal relationship on United States, Canada, European Union and Japan on selected economics variables, such as employment, economic growth and productivity. Nevertheless, in the Mexican case the relationship is negative, which is consistent with other researches that show the existence of competition between both countries.

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