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刘金全   社会科学文献出版社  2019-03 出版
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《经济管理前沿》是由吉林大学商学院主办的集刊,坚持理论研究和实践研究相结合、定量分析和定性分析相结合,关注我国社会、经济等领域的重大学科前沿问题,刊登结合中国现实问题进行深入分析、阐述和研究的高水平研究成果。本期内容涉及城市化对消费的影响、新型农民工创业意愿、自然资源与经济发展的关系、国企高管薪酬监管、绿色及媒体产品消费、货币政策、金融脆弱性、商业周期,以及企业领导风格及文化对员工参与企业建设的积极性的影响。
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  • About the Journal
  • Editorial Board
  • Remarks from the Editor-in-Chief
  • The Distortion Effect of China’s Urbanization Development on Urban and Rural Residents’ Consumption
    1. 1 Introduction
    2. 2 Variable Selection, Data Processing and Description
    3. 3 Empirical Analysis
    4. 4 Conclusions
  • An Empirical Research on New Generation of Migrant Workers’ Entrepreneurial Cognition and Entrepreneurial Decision: The Mediating Role of Entrepreneurial Intention
    1. 1 Introduction
    2. 2 Hypothesis
    3. 3 Methodology
    4. 4 Data Analysis Method
    5. 5 Conclusions and Implications
  • Natural Resources and Regional Economic Development in China
    1. 1 Introduction
    2. 2 Model Specification
    3. 3 Data Description
    4. 4 Empirical Results
    5. 5 Conclusions
  • Study on the Binary Option Pricing Formula with Regime-Switching
    1. 1 Introduction
    2. 2 Hidden Markov Model
    3. 3 Basic Assumption
    4. 4 The European Call Option Pricing When the Initial Market Situation is Smooth
    5. 5 Comparative Analysis with a Simple Binary Tree Option Pricing Formula
    6. 6 Conclusions
  • Exploring Factors Affecting Expenditures on Media
    1. 1 Introduction
    2. 2 Literature Review
    3. 3 Methodology
    4. 4 Results
    5. 5 Discussions and Conclusions
  • Regulation of Executive Compensation of SOEs: Empirical Evidence from China Stock Market
    1. 1 Introduction
    2. 2 Literature Review and Hypothesis Development
    3. 3 Data and Methodology
    4. 4 Empirical Results
    5. 6 Conclusions
  • A Psychographic Study of the Formation Mechanism of Green Purchase Intention among Chinese Consumers
    1. 1 Introduction
    2. 2 Theoretical Background
    3. 3 Research Hypotheses
    4. 4 Methodology
    5. 5 Discussions
  • A Study on the Models of Monetary Policy in China
    1. 1 Introduction
    2. 2 The Application of Mixed Data Vector Autoregressive Model
    3. 3 An Empirical Study Based on MF-VAR Model
    4. 4 Conclusions and Policy Recommendations
  • The Economic Growth Model Based on Entrepreneurship Capital
    1. 1 Introduction
    2. 2 Entrepreneurship Capital and Economic Growth
    3. 3 The Model
    4. 4 Conclusions
  • Financial Vulnerability, Inflation and Economic Development in China
    1. 1 Introduction
    2. 2 Measurement of Financial Vulnerability
    3. 3 Dynamic Relationship between Financial Vulnerability and Economic Development
    4. 4 Conclusions
  • Studies on the Pattern of Short-Term Fluctuations in China’s Business Cycles
    1. 1 Introduction
    2. 2 Shapes of Business Cycle
    3. 3 Econometric Test of China’s Business Cycle Patterns
    4. 4 Conclusions
  • The Moderating Role of Perceptions of Organizational Politics on the Relationship between Paternalistic Leadership and Employee Silence
    1. 1 Introduction
    2. 2 Literature Review and Hypotheses Building
    3. 3 Research Methods
    4. 4 Empirical Results
    5. 5 Discussions and Conclusions
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