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  • July 9, 2017
    Cheng Hong and Chen Wenjin
    Abstract:PurposeThis paper obtains the effect of different corporate culture of quality and the degree of impact on the ability of earning profits through construction of models about enterprise quality culture and an empirical research on the correlation between enterprises quality culture and corporate profits.Design/methodology/approachThis study adopts a random sampling method to get the qu...
  • June 2, 2017
    Hong Cheng, Feifei Song,Dandan Li
    Abstract:PurposeThis paper aims to re-examine the effect of middle managers’ participation in decision-making (DM) on the innovation performance of Chinese manufacturing firms. It also testifies the intermediation channels regarding how middle managers’ participation influences firm innovation performance by testing the mediating effect.Design/methodology/approachThis paper constructs a model...
  • May 4, 2017
    Abstract: Tea is the most exported Chinese products to the U.S. in the modern history. After the Opium War, the export of Chinese tea dramatically expanded, but its quality tremendously degraded due to the subjective and objective factors and tea trade disputes frequently occurred between China and the U.S. Changes in economic and social environment led the U.S. to tackle the tea quality proble...
  • April 19, 2017
    Cheng Hong, Zhang Kai
    Abstract: This paper studies the relationship between government quality supervision fee and product quality, and use the one-hand and business survey data for empirical validation. Studies have shown that the presence or absence of the government quality supervision fee will have significant impact on the product quality, enterprises with no quality supervision fees have a better quality produ...
  • March 11, 2017
    Tang Li, Pingtian Wang, Xingyan Liu & Hong ChengAbstractBased on data from the China Employer-Employee Survey (CEES), this study analyses the actual effect of quality-driven growth on firms’ performances in the economic transition of recent years. The results show positive and significant effects between the firms’ performance and quality-oriented growth, which is defined as a strategy that s...
  • March 11, 2017
    Fan Yu, Chu Wang, Jun Shen, Yuxuan Shi & Tang LiAbstractThe existing literature suggests that worker’s cognitive and non-cognitive abilities have a significant impact on wages. However, presently there is little research in this area of China’s labor force, due to scanty data. To this end, this Paper conducted a CEES-based data research, which found that, the cognitive and non-cognitive abili...
  • March 11, 2017
    Dandan Li, Ting Tang, Dezhuang Hu, Feifei Song & Lianfa LuoAbstractUsing China Employer–Employee Survey data, this paper investigates the possible heterogeneous results of increasing labor costs of different firms. The paper finds that, unskilled labors have a higher wage growth rate than the skilled labor. Firms with higher product quality employ more skilled labor, and thus are less affected...
  • March 11, 2017
    Yue Deng, Shiya Huang, Limei Lin, Lu NingAbstractBased on the 2015 China Employer-Employee Survey data, this article presents descriptive statistics on collective and individual labor rights in Chinese manufacturing firms. The former includes data about rights pertaining to labor unions and collective bargaining, while the latter includes promotion and remuneration. The main findings are as fol...
  • March 8, 2017
    Cheng Hong and Li Tang
    AbstractIn recent years, personality psychology has been integrated into the economics and there are large number of  papers discussing the effects of personality traits about workers’ wages, skills, performances and even health behaviors. However, these papers are almost based on the empirical evidences from developed economies. This  reason is that in most developing countries, they are lack...
  • February 24, 2017
    Hongbin Li, Prashant Loyalka, Scott Rozelle, and Binzhen Wu​Abstract: China’s real GDP per capita has increased at a rate of nearly 9 percent annually since the start of its economic reforms in 1978, the fastest rate of growth that any large country has sustained for such a long period of time. Output is equal to the number of workers multiplied by productivity per worker. Thus, China’s dram...
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