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Frontiers in Economic and Management Research Volume 7 经济管理类;集刊 VIP

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刘金全   社会科学文献出版社  2019-12 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。本书是第7卷,内容涉及促进大规模创新框架的建立(Building a Framework for Facilitating Mass Innovation)、通过重复投资决策学习(Reinforcement Learning in Repeated Portfolio Decisions)、环境责任对我国绿色消费行为的推动作用(The Driving Effect of Environmental Responsibility on Green Consumption Behavior in China)等。
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  • About the Journal
  • Editorial Board
  • Remarks from the Editor-in-Chief
  • Building a Framework for Facilitating Mass Innovation
    1. 1 Introduction
    2. 2 Formulating a Working Prototype
    3. 3 Testing Using the Prototype
    4. 4 Developing the Prototype into a Theoretical Framework
    5. 5 Conclusion
  • Reinforcement Learning in Repeated Portfolio Decisionsth Nordic Behavioral and Experimental Economics at Helsinki. We would also like to thank all the student assistants in Max Planck Institute of Economics who helped us conduct the experiments.">
    1. 1 Introduction
    2. 2 The Reinforcement Learning Models
    3. 3 Experiment No.1
    4. 4 Experiment No.2
    5. 5 General Discussion
    6. Appendix (Not for publication)
  • The Driving Effect of Environmental Responsibility on Green Consumption Behavior in China
    1. 1 Introduction
    2. 2 Literature Review and Hypotheses
    3. 3 Methodology and Measurement
    4. 4 Empirical Results
    5. 5 Conclusions
  • A Research on the Method of Fine Granularity Webpage Data Extraction of Open Access Journals
    1. 1 Foreword
    2. 2 Relevant Work
    3. 3 Field-based Fine Granularity Webpage Data Extraction Method
    4. 4 Case Validation
    5. 5 Conclusion
  • Relationships among Corporate Social Responsibility Information Disclosure,Earnings Management and Enterprise Value
    1. Introduction
    2. 1 Literature Review
    3. 2 Theoretical Basis and Research Hypothesis
    4. 3 Research Design and Methods
    5. 4 Empirical Results and Analysis
    6. 5 Conclusions
  • Research on the Construction,Evaluation and Risk Warning of Internal Control Index of China’s listed Companies
    1. 1 Introduction
    2. 2 Indicator Selection for Internal Control Index
    3. 3 Indicator Pre-processing
    4. 4 Fundamental Steps of Weight Determination Based on an Entropy Method
    5. 5 Computing Process of Internal Control Indexes
    6. 6 Internal Control Risk Pre-warning Issuing and Internal Control Evaluation
    7. 7 Contributing Factors in Internal Control Index
    8. 8 Policy Recommendations
  • Does Education Promote or Hinder Job Mobility?
    1. 1 Introduction
    2. 2 Labor Job Mobility Situation
    3. 3 Characteristics of Job Change by Education Group
    4. 4 Effects of Education on Job Change Decisions
    5. 5 Conclusion and Implications
  • The Impact of Comparability of Accounting Information on M&A Target Selection
    1. Introduction
    2. 1 Theoretical Analysis and Hypothesis
    3. 2 Research Design
    4. 3 Empirical Results Analysis
    5. 4 Robustness Check
    6. 5 Conclusions
  • Fraud and Political Connections—Evidence from China
    1. 1 Introduction
    2. 2 Literature Review and Hypothesis Development
    3. 3 Data and Research Design
    4. 4 Descriptive Results
    5. 5 Empirical Results
    6. 6 Discussions and Conclusion
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