largest branch of service trade, tourism trade has contributed continuously to
the global economy.Starting
from the related departments of tourism trade, this articleusedthemethodofWanget al.(2013)
to conductvalue-added decomposition of the global input-output
table for the period 2000-2014 and measured the GVC position and GVC participation
index between China and the United States for first time. The author just
intends to consider the related tourism industries, but it didn’t integratethe related industries to a complete tourism
industry.The comparative study found that China’s road transportation sector has advantage over the
United States’, but overall the GVC position and GVC
participation index ofChina
tourism characteristic departments are less
than the United States’. For the whole embedment degreeof GVC, there is still a gap betweenChina and the United States.
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