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Management World
Translated from the Chinese edition
Supervisor(s):Development Research Center of The State Council
Sponsor(s):Development Research Center of The State Council
ISSN:1002-5502
CN:11-1235/F

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  • Management World is supervised by Development Research Center of The State Council, and sponsored by Development Research Center of The State Council. It aims to reflect the multi-field and multi-disciplinary research on China’s economic and social management issues, and to provide services for China’s economic reform and development. Its scope covers fiscal and financial research, rural economics, macroeconomic management, public management, business management, industrial and regional development. The journal, included in CSSCI and JST, has been in the top list in the field of economic management for many years, and achieved a very high reputation from readers all over the world.

  • Editor-in-Chief
    Li Kemu

    Deputy Editor-in-Chief
    Tian Yuan,He Shaohua, Lu Jian, Jiang Dongsheng

    Editorial Board
    Ma Xiaogang, Qiao Renyi, Li Jiping, Li Menggang, Li Peiyu, Zhang Xinmmin, Shen Bainian, Chen Dongsheng, Cheng Quansheng, Zhao Jie,Tuo Zhen


Impact of volatility in China’s economy on growth: the perspective of resource reallocation among firms

FANG Fuqian;XING Wei;WANG Kang

Management World,2017,No. 01

Urban spatial structure and regional economic efficiency: on the selection of China’s urbanization development patterns

LIU Xiuyan;LI Songlin;QIN Meng

Management World,2017,No. 01

Chinese short selling mechanism and corporate innovation: a natural experiment from Chinese margin trading program

QUAN Xiaofeng;YIN Hongying

Management World,2017,No. 01

An estimation of the capital stock and technological progress rates in Chinese cities: 1992–2014

XU Shudan

Management World,2017,No. 01

Rule fairness and employee efficiency—a study based on the pay stickiness gap between executives and employees

LEI Yu;GUO Jianhua

Management World,2017,No. 01

The cultural hypothesis of the gap in economic development: from genes to languages

ZHAO Zile;LIN Jianhao

Management World,2017,No. 01

State-owned or non-state-owned capital: culture-based choice of joint venture partners

ZHAO Longkai ;CHEN Kang

Management World,2017,No. 01