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China Industrial Economics
Translated from the Chinese edition
Supervisor(s): Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Sponsor(s): Institute of Industrial Economics of CASS
CN:11-3536/F

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  • China Industrial Economics is supervised by Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, and sponsored by Institute of Industrial Economics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. It aims to report researches on industrial economics and business management, and to reflect outstanding research results on Chinese industrial economy and enterprise development. The scope covers national economy, industrial economy and business management. The journal is included in CSSCI, and is the top journal in the field of industrial economics in China.

  • Editor-in-Chief
    Huang Qunhui

    Deputy Editor-in-Chief
    Shi Dan, Li Haijian

Study on intergenerational transfer of political capital of Chinese family firms: an empirical analysis based on entrepreneurs’ participation in the administration and discussion of state affairs

HU Xuyang;WU Yiping

China Industrial Economics,2016,No. 01

The motives of overseas direct investment of Chinese enterprises: a comparative study of upstream and downstream investment s

WU Xianming;HUANG Chuntao

China Industrial Economics,2016,No. 01

Do patents drive economic growth in China—an explanation based on Chinese government's patent subsidy policy

ZHANG Jie;GAO Debu;XIA Yinlei

China Industrial Economics,2016,No. 01

The relationship between postponed retirement and unemployment rate under the background of industrial structure upgrading

YAO Dongmin

China Industrial Economics,2016,No. 01

Effects of imperfect competition on income distribution: from the perspective of product-labor joint market structure

JIAN Ze;LI Defu;SHEN Yunbin;LYU Daguo

China Industrial Economics,2016,No. 01

Administrative monopoly and factor price distortions in China: an empirical test based on data of industrial industries from an endogenous perspective

CHEN Lin;LUO Liya;KANG Ni

China Industrial Economics,2016,No. 01

Study on the nature of enterprises based on assets elasticity hypothesis

LI Dongyu;WANG Haisu

China Industrial Economics,2016,No. 01

The relationship between institutional isomorphism and decision-making rights allocation in large group enterprises

YANG Yang;WANG Fengbin;DAI Pengjie

China Industrial Economics,2016,No. 01

On the era of economic globalization 3.0: with additional studies on the concept of interconnectivity of the Belt and Road Initiative

JIN Bei

China Industrial Economics,2016,No. 01