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China Industrial Economics
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Supervisor(s):Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Sponsor(s):Institute of Industrial Economics of CASS

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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

Institution-driven market and technological catch-up

WEI Jiang;PAN Qiuyue;WANG Shixiang

China Industrial Economics,2016,No. 09

How does labor evolution affect China’s industrial development: transfer or transformation

DAI Xiang;LIU Meng;REN Zhicheng

China Industrial Economics,2016,No. 09

Influences of mimetic isomorphism on the internationalization-performance relation of enterprises: an empirical study from the perspective of legitimacy in the institutional theory

CHEN Limin;LIU Jingya;ZHANG Shilei

China Industrial Economics,2016,No. 09

Foreign technology import and indigenous innovation growth: complementary or substitution. An analysis based on heterogeneous absorption capacity

XIAO Liping;XIE Danyang

China Industrial Economics,2016,No. 09

On China industrial supply-side structural reform

HUANG Qunhui

China Industrial Economics,2016,No. 09

Input servitization of manufacturing industry and dual margin of enterprises’ export: an empirical study based on the data of Chinese micro-enterprises

LIU Bin;WANG Naijia

China Industrial Economics,2016,No. 09

Do non-CEO executives care more about the amount of pay or pay inequity?

ZHANG Xingliang;XIA Chengcai

China Industrial Economics,2016,No. 09