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Uncertainty induced by the political environment affects investment risk, and thus affects investment decisions, which have a close relationship with economic development. This paper investigates the economic cost of political instability using the case study of the tense relationship across-Strait in China. We use a synthetic control method to better model the counterfactual analysis of this case study. The intense situation of the relations across-Strait has great influence on the economic development of Fujian province. Fujian province is the closest province in proximity to Taiwan and also possesses the greatest preferential policies for Taiwanese direct investment. The empirical results of this study reveal that during 2001−2008 Fujian province’s average annual loss in GDP per capita was 682.54 yuan. In other words, GDP per capita in Fujian has declined about 12.1 percent annually during this period compared with GDP per capita as calculated by the synthetic control method.

In: Frontiers of Economics in China

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The authors herein report for the first time the complete sequence of the mitochondrial genome of Longpotamon kenliense. The results showed that the mitochondrial genome of L. kenliense is 18,499 bp in length, shares 37 genes and 1 control region with the typical metazoan mitochondrial genome, and has a strong A + T bias (74.48%), i.e., a characteristic of the metazoan mitochondrial genome. In addition, the authors used the 13 protein-coding genes from the mitochondrial genomes of L. kenliense and 67 other species of Brachyura available from the NCBI to estimate divergence times. The divergence time of L. kenliense was 14.39 Ma, which is close to the divergence times of L. xiushuiense and L. yangtsekiense, but later than that of Sinopotamon yaanense. The results indicate that the genera Sinopotamon and Longpotamon are closely related and that the genus Sinopotamon has a longer history, which may have been caused by geological events.

In: Studies on the Taxonomy of Crustaceans

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The authors herein report for the first time the complete sequence of the mitochondrial genome of Longpotamon kenliense. The results showed that the mitochondrial genome of L. kenliense is 18,499 bp in length, shares 37 genes and 1 control region with the typical metazoan mitochondrial genome, and has a strong A + T bias (74.48%), i.e., a characteristic of the metazoan mitochondrial genome. In addition, the authors used the 13 protein-coding genes from the mitochondrial genomes of L. kenliense and 67 other species of Brachyura available from the NCBI to estimate divergence times. The divergence time of L. kenliense was 14.39 Ma, which is close to the divergence times of L. xiushuiense and L. yangtsekiense, but later than that of Sinopotamon yaanense. The results indicate that the genera Sinopotamon and Longpotamon are closely related and that the genus Sinopotamon has a longer history, which may have been caused by geological events.

In: Crustaceana