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[1] Akther, Syed, Hirofumi Fukuyama and William L. Weber. 2013. “Estimating Two- stage Network Slacks- based Inefficiency: An Application to Bangladesh Banking.” Omega, 41(1): 88-96.

[2] Ao, Xiang and Lilyan Fulginiti. 2005. “Productivity Growth in China: Evidence from Chinese Provinces.” EconWPA Development and Comp Systems Series, no. 0502024. [3] Bosworth, Barry and Susan M. Collins. 2007. “Accounting for Growth: Comparing China and India.” NBER Working Paper, no. 12943.

[4] Chow, G. 2008. “Note: Another Look at the Rate of Increase in TFP in China.” Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies, 6(2): 219-224.

[5] Chow, G. and A. Lin. 2002. “Accounting for Economic Growth in Taiwan and Mainland China: A Comparative Analysis.” Journal of Comparative Economics, 30(3): 507530.

[6] Dong, Minjie, and Yongmei Liang. 2013. “A Non-Parameter Decomposition Framework that Better Estimates Contributors to China’s Economic Growth (1978-2010).” China Economist, 8(5): 32-47.

[7] Färe, Rolf, and Shawna Grosskopf. 2010. “Directional Distance Functions and Slacks-based Measures of Efficiency.”

European Journal of Operation Research, 200(1): 320-322. [8] Fukuyama, Hirofumi, and William L. Weber. 2009. “A Directional Slacks-based Measure of Technical Inefficiency.”

Socio-Economic Planning Science, 43(4): 274-287.

[9] Hall, Robert E., and Charles I. Joens. 1999. “Why Do Some Countries Produce So Much More Output Per Worker Than Others.” The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 114(1): 83-116. [10] Hu, Zuliu, and Mohsin S. Khan. 1997. “Why Is China

Growing So Fast?” IMF Economic Issues, no. 8.

[11] Kumar, Subodh, and R. Robert Russell. 2002. “Technological Change, Technological Catch- up, and Capital Deepening: Relative Contributions to Growth and Convergence.”

American Economic Review, 92(3): 527-548.

[12] Li, Kui-Wai, and Tung Liu. 2011. “Economic and Productivity Growth Decomposition: An Application to Post- reform China.” Economic Modeling, 28(1-2): 366-373.

[13] Liang, Yongmei, and Minjie Dong. 2012. “A Non-Parameter Decomposition Framework that Better Estimates Contributors to China’s Economic Growth ( 1952- 2008).” Economic Research Journal Working Paper, no.WP272

[14] Perkins, D., and T. Rawski. 2008. “Forecasting China’s Economic Growth to 2025.” In China’s Great Economic Transformation, edited by Brandt, L. and T. Rawski. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press. [15] Tone, K. 2001. “A Slacks-Based Measure of Efficiency in Data Envelopment Analysis.” European Journal of Operation Research, 130(9): 498-509.

[16] ——. 2002. “A Slacks-Based Measure of Super-Efficiency in Data Envelopment Analysis.” European Journal of Operation Research, 143(1): 32-41.

[17] Tone, K., and Miki Tsutsui. 2010. “Dynamic DEA: A slacks

Based Measure Approach.” Omega, 38(3-4): 145-156. [18] Unel, Bulent, and Harm Zebregs. 2006. “The Dynamics of Provincial Growth in China: A Nonparametric Approach.” IMF Working Paper, WP/06/55.

[19] Wang, Y., and Y. Yao. 2003. “Sources of China’s Economic Growth 1952-1999: Incorporating Human Capital Accumulation.” China Economic Review, 14(1): 32-52. [20] Wang, Zijian, and Jiegen Wei. 2004. “The Sources of China’s Economic Growth: 1952- 1998.” Working Paper Series, available at id=628202.

[21] Wu, Yanrui. 2003. “Has Productivity Contributed to China’s

Growth?” China Economic Review, 8(15): 15-30.

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