Theoretical Analysis and Countermeasures on “Resources Hollowing” Problem-An Analysis for Developing Countries


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“Resources hollowing” is a phenomenon which reflects the conflict between growth and resources shortage, as well as the lost balance between natural resources and economic development. This problem is increasingly serious in developing countries because of the unhealthy growth mode. To achieve sustainable use of resources under such situation, developing countries must make efforts to establish resources price system and the national accounting system, and provide technical support and legal protection for the sustainable use of resources.



Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 403-408)

Edited by:

Li Yuan




H. C. Che and X. Zhao, "Theoretical Analysis and Countermeasures on “Resources Hollowing” Problem-An Analysis for Developing Countries", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 403-408, pp. 1626-1630, 2012

Online since:

November 2011




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