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Gross Domestic Products (GDP) is not a Proper Indicator of Measurement and Economic Power Comparison for Emerging Economies: A Judgement from International Distributions of Net Factor Income from Abroad
by Dong Qiu  and  Yafei Wang
Abstract
Global distributions of net factor income from abroad (NFI) during 1990-2019 have witnessed that (1) the United States is the top one country accounting for 40% of surpluses of the global total, while a surge in China’s deficit with its GDP increase; (2) GDP growth in emerging economies has a price scissors with NFI deficits; (3) asymmetric NFI has covered up the severity [...] Read more

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Theory and Method of Ecological Value Accounting of Forest Resources
by He Zhu , Yan Liang , Zhaoyang Li  and  Chuanbao Qiu
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Forest resources, as one of the most important natural resources, have high ecological value. The calculation of their ecological value is an important part of improving the accounting of natural resources assets. Based on the analysis of the basic situation of China's forest resources, this paper starts from the economic theory of forest resources, discusses the principle of f [...] Read more

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Volume Accounts of FISIM: a Comparative Study between Stocks Deflation Method and Output Index Method
by Xiaoai Jia , Panpan Wang , Ziying Hao  and  Zhiyong Zheng
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Because of the complexity of indirect financial intermediary services (FISIM) accounting, the traditional price index deflation method can no longer meet its accounting needs. The manual of price and volume measurement suggests that the stock deflation method and output index method should be used to calculate the volume of FISIM. Comparing the two accounting frameworks, it can [...] Read more

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Research on the Effect of Digital Economy Development on Local Financial Pressure
by Baolin Song , Xinrui Hu , Hang Zhang , Yanchen Gao  and  Yuan Guo
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The vigorous development of the digital economy provides a new research perspective for alleviating local financial pressure. Based on the provincial panel data from 2013 to 2020, the mediating effect model and threshold regression model were used to explore the effect and mechanism of the digital economy on local fiscal pressure. The research shows that the digital economy has [...] Read more

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The Impact of Automobile Purchase Restriction on Urban Air Quality: Experimental Evidence from Beijing, China
by Fengyu Cheng , Jianping Liao , Kenichiro Soyano  and  Feiling Lu
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It's critical for environmental governance to understand the effectiveness of policy interventions as well as their working mechanisms. This paper focuses on the vehicle license plate-based management, a sort of policy intervention understudied in environmental governance literature. Specifically, we study the automobile purchase restriction (APR), a major method of license man [...] Read more

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Performance evaluation of user value in digital economy industry: Based on the improvement EVA model
by Nannan Zhou , Changluan Shao , Yongqing Chen  and  Huaming Liu
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With the advancement of science and technology and the advent of the digital economy, the digital economy has become a new driving force for economic development, and the digital economy industry at home and abroad is facing new opportunities for survival and development. However, due to the special development model and profit mode of the digital economy industry, the traditio [...] Read more

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Does carbon emissions trading facilitate carbon unlocking? Empirical evidence from China
by Tianqi Wang , Yawen Sun , Yong Wang  and  Yuhao Yang
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Carbon emissions trading is essential for reducing carbon emissions, and its role in regional carbon unlocking needs further clarification. This study uses the difference-in-differences (DID) model and synthetic control model (SCM) to evaluate the carbon unlocking effect of China’s six pilot carbon trading provinces. This study found that (1) carbon lock-in effects in Chi [...] Read more

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Game Analysis on the effect of consumer coupons and its impact on CPI
by Xiuhai Huang  and  Ping Yu
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According to economic theory and common sense, the issuance of consumption coupons on one hand stimulated the increasing of residents' consumption, but on the other pushed up the price level. In this paper, using the theory of mechanism design, the game model was built to analyze the relationship between the effect of consumer coupons during the epidemic and the number of merch [...] Read more

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Impact of Industrialization on Household Income in Rural China, 1988-2018
by Yulu Chen , Qingjie Xia  and  Shi Li
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This paper uses China Household Income Project rural household survey data spanning 30 years (1988-2018) to study the impact of China’s industrialization on rural household income. In the semiparametric regression model, we use the rural households’ distance to the manufacturing hub to analyze the spillover effect of industrialization on their income and the spatial [...] Read more

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Qualitative Analysis of West African Economic and Monetary Union Decades’ Economic Growth
by Siriki Coulibaly  and  Pierre Guei
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The study analyses the long growth rate period contribution to human development in West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU) from 1996 to 2019 introducing time and institutional indicators effects analyses. Time and institutional effects both greatly improve model's diagnostics statistics. Time effects reduce growth variable coefficient and its significance, but not ins [...] Read more

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Variability of Income Flows of Tourism Companies during a Nine-Year Period
by Iovino Felicetta
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The global financial crisis has affected all countries during the period 2007-2014. Tourist companies, especially in Italy, play a significant role in the economy of a country. The performance of tourism companies, and in particular hotels and travel agencies and tour operators, will be analysed in this paper, relative to the period of the crisis. The aim of this paper is to an [...] Read more

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Economic Growth and Carbon Emission Nexus: the Function of Tourism in Brazil
by Asif Raihan
Abstract
The impact of international tourism on emerging markets has been overwhelmingly beneficial. Despite the obvious benefits of tourism, it comes at a high price for the environment in the form of pollution. Brazil's annual tourist influx has the potential to boost economic development and damage the country's ecosystems. The objective of this investigation is to analyze, using tim [...] Read more

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Knowledge Sources and Manufacturing Enterprise’s Technological Innovation
by Shuang Yao , Ying Li  and  Xin Zhao
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This paper uses the questionnaire data of the World Bank’s China Enterprise Survey 2012 to establish a Logit model to empirically study the relationship between knowledge sources and technological innovation in Chinese manufacturing enterprises. The results show that although internal and external knowledge has a positive effect on enterprise technological innovation in g [...] Read more

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Machine Learning Survival Models restrictions: the case of startups time to failed with collinearity-related issues
by Diego Vallarino
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This research evaluates the efficacy of survival models in forecasting startup failures and investigates their economic implications. Several machine learning survival models, including Kernel SVM, DeepSurv, Survival Random Forest, and MTLR, are assessed using the concordance index (C-index) as a measure of prediction accuracy. The findings reveal that more sophisticated models [...] Read more

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Optimizing Labor Allocation based on Multiobjective Decision Making Using Improved Hungarian Algorithm
by Tram B.T Tran  and  Hien Hoang Phuoc Nguyen
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The aim of this study is to solve the problem of labor allocation in cases where the company has fewer employees than the number of existing jobs based on the evaluation of work quality according to multiple objectives. Optimizing labor allocation not only benefits the company by maximizing the use of human resources, but also saves employees' energy. In addition, employees are [...] Read more

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The Moderating Role of Organizational Structure Between Quality Management Systems and Organizational Resilience
by Mohammed Al Balushi
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Purpose: To realize the benefits a Quality Management System (QMS), an organization needs to effectively implement its principles. This includes embracing these principles within an enabling environment. Hence, organizational structure is a critical success factor for adopting quality management systems. This paper aims at understanding how the organizational structure impacts [...] Read more

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Has the development of the digital economy increased corporate financial asset holdings? --A quasi-natural experiment based on the "Broadband China" policy
by Xiuhai Huang  and  Zhenyu Xu
Abstract
A differences-in-differences (DID) model and financial data from Chinese listed firms from 2011 to 2019 are used to empirically investigate the effects of the digital economy on corporate financial asset holdings using the "Broadband China" policy as a quasi-natural experiment. After robustness testing and heterogeneity effects are disposed of, the digital economy dramatically [...] Read more