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Finance & Trade Economics
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Supervisor(s): Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Sponsor(s): National Academy of Economic Strategy, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
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  • Finance & Trade Economics is supervised by Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, and sponsored by National Academy of Economic Strategy, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. It aims to explore new situations and new problems appeared in economic reform and economic construction in China, and to put forward new ideas for theoretical research and practice services. Its scope covers finance, taxation, currency, international economy and trade economy, city and real estate, cost and price, circulation economy, industrial economy, service economy, tourism economy, information and e-commerce. The Journal is included in CSSCI.

  • Editor-in-Chief
    Gao Peiyong

    Director
    Wang Yingxin

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Does CEO deferred compensation moderate bank risk taking: evidence from the loan asset allocation of Chinese commercial banks

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Export-capacity hypothesis and its applicability to Chinese enterprises

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Intergenerational transmission of urban residents’ income and formation mechanisms of the phenomenon: an empirical analysis based on Tianjin household survey data in 2008

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Administrative level and reason of congestion in large cities: city population growth that breaks through the household registration restrictions

NIAN Meng;WANG Yao

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