Empirical Analysis of the Factors Affecting the High-quality Development of the Logistics Industry


  • Yaru Zhu
  • Zihan Ling
  • Zejiong Zhou




Logistics industry, High-quality development, Multiple linear regression.


This paper selects China from 2006-2023 panel data, with cargo quantity as explained variable to measure the logistics industry development level, and the social logistics total cost as a proportion of GDP, the first industry output value, the second industry output, the tertiary industry, total retail sales of social consumer goods and total import and export as the main explanatory factors, establish multiple linear regression model, the development of China's logistics industry high quality impact factors empirical analysis, and combined with the present situation of China's logistics industry development and influence factors concluded and put forward Suggestions.


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How to Cite

Ling, Z., & Zhou, Z. (2024). Empirical Analysis of the Factors Affecting the High-quality Development of the Logistics Industry. Frontiers in Humanities and Social Sciences, 4(3), 373-379. https://doi.org/10.54691/dna3e933

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