Review of Economic Assessment

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E-ISSN: 2972-3515

Founded in 2022 by a group of Chinese economists and supported by Anser Press. The Review of Economic Assessment (REA) is a peer-reviewed journal that aims to promote understanding of reasons behind the economic phenomenon. It particularly publishes policy-relevant theoretical and applied studies. REA accepts original articles. The journal provides authors with an efficient and high-quality review. All submitted manuscripts are first sent to the editor for evaluation, and then suitable manuscripts will proceed to peer review. Peer review is double-blind. The journal is an open access journal, meaning that articles are open to access for every researcher to read and download.

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Research on Global Tax Governance under the Background of Digital Economy
by Jingyi Yang , Xiaoyang Guo  and  Yang Shen
REA  2024, 28; 3(1), 28; 10.58567/rea03010006 - 15 March 2024
Under the background of digital economy, global tax governance has become one of the important topics in today's world development and change. In recent years, new challenges, such as tax base erosion and profit transfer, and the imbalance of cross-border tax source division, have become prominent, forcing the reform of international tax rules and the reshaping of international [...] Read more

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Does digital village construction contribute to improving food security?
by Minmin Huang  and  Yanhu Bai
REA  2024, 27; 3(1), 27; 10.58567/rea03010005 - 15 March 2024
The issue of food security has become a global challenge, and it is therefore crucial to seek measures to ensure food security. As an emerging economic model, the digital economy is regarded as the most effective tool for the modernization of agricultural development. As a large food-producing country, China faces serious problems of agricultural non-point source pollution and [...] Read more

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Influencing Factors as well as Implementation Path of Synergistic Development of Digitalization and Greening in Manufacturing Industry: Analysis from a Configuration Perspective
by Haiyong Jiang , Yinghui Han  and  Yan Qin
REA  2024, 26; 3(1), 26; 10.58567/rea03010004 - 15 March 2024
The manufacturing sector must incorporate digitalization and greening as crucial strategies to attain high level of development in the context of the digital economy, given its significant role in quality of environment. Most of existing studies explore net effect of a single or several factors on the digitalization or greening in the manufacturing industry. Limited investigati [...] Read more

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Economic impact of All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) on local economies: a literature review
by Kripa Neupane , Arun Regmi , Lisa Grab , Michael G. Jacobson  and  Timothy W. Kelsey
REA  2024, 25; 3(1), 25; 10.58567/rea03010003 - 15 March 2024
The use of All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) has gained considerable attention within the recreation industry. The incorporation of ATVs into tourism and recreational activities has demonstrated substantial economic potential for local economies. However, there is a lack of comprehensive knowledge regarding the economic impact of ATV recreation. This paper conducts an extensive revie [...] Read more

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Inverted U-shaped relationship between non-labor income and labor hours, with wage rates as the threshold variable
by Qi Wang
REA  2024, 24; 3(1), 24; 10.58567/rea03010002 - 20 February 2024
Non-labor income is a crucial factor influencing time allocation, and prior studies have primarily concentrated on the linear association between non-labor income and labor hours. Utilizing micro-survey data from the CFPS in 2018 and 2020 and employing the panel threshold model, this paper empirically identifies a double threshold with the wage rate as the threshold variable. T [...] Read more

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Temporal Dynamics of Countries' Journey to Cluster-Specific GDP per Capita: A Comprehensive Survival Study
by Diego Vallarino
REA  2024, 23; 3(1), 23; 10.58567/rea03010001 - 19 February 2024
This research delves into the temporal dynamics of a nation's pursuit of a targeted GDP per capita level, employing five different survival machine learning models, remarkably Deep Learning algorithm (DeepSurv) and Survival Random Forest. This nuanced perspective moves beyond static evaluations, providing a comprehensive understanding of the developmental processes shaping econ [...] Read more

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The Impact of the Corona Virus on Supply Chains: Opportunities and Challenges
by Abdullah Aloqab , Wen Hu , Omar Ahmed Abdulraqeb , Othman Mohammed  and  Bassam Raweh
REA  2024, 22; 2(4), 22; 10.58567/rea02040002 - 03 January 2024
The COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc on economies everywhere, affecting everything from supply chain networks to international trade as a direct result of the increased vulnerability of more nations and the disruption of the activities of key traders. This research study examines how COVID-19 affected the supply chain on a worldwide and regional scale, as well as the systemic po [...] Read more

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Unlocking the Potential of Chinese Urban Innovation: The Role of Support Policies for New R&D Institutions from an Innovation Chain Management Perspective
by mingyang Zhang
REA  2024, 21; 2(4), 21; 10.58567/rea02040001 - 02 January 2024
The enactment of policies that bolster new research and development (R&D) institutions stands as a pivotal strategy to catalyze urban innovation and development. Adopting a strategic lens of innovation chain management and employing the Differences-in-Differences (DID) method to scrutinize panel data from 43 Chinese cities spanning 2008 to 2019, this study probes the effica [...] Read more

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Can rural human capital inputs enhance agricultural total factor productivity? - Based on the dualistic economic structure perspective
by can wang
REA  2023, 20; 2(3), 20; 10.58567/rea02030005 - 21 November 2023
Human factor inputs are key to promoting agricultural modernisation. Traditional economic theory suggests that improving human capital is the key to boosting agricultural productivity, but can this conclusion hold in China's dualistic economic structure? We use Chinese provincial panel data from 2000-2017 to examine the impact of rural human capital inputs on agricultural total [...] Read more

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Digital literacy and farm household property income-Based on China Rural Revitalization Comprehensive Survey (CRRS) data
by Shumin Wang  and  Caiping Qu
REA  2023, 19; 2(3), 19; 10.58567/rea02030004 - 31 October 2023
The long-term low level of residents' property income is not only detrimental to the wealth accumulation of farmers, but also aggravates the urban-rural income imbalance. This paper uses an empirical approach to explore the mechanism of digital literacy's impact on farm households' property income. The main findings of this paper are as follows: (1) Digital literacy and its sub [...] Read more