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Current Issue: Issue 10, 2019
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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.
Tian Yuan,He Shaohua, Lu Jian, Jiang Dongsheng
Ma Xiaogang, Qiao Renyi, Li Jiping, Li Menggang, Li Peiyu, Zhang Xinmmin, Shen Bainian, Chen Dongsheng, Cheng Quansheng, Zhao Jie,Tuo Zhen
Margin trading program and dynamic adjustment of corporate capital structure: evidence from a quasi-natural experiment in China
Management World,2019,Vol 35,No. 10
Based on the quasi-natural experiment of step-by-step expansion of margin trading program in China, this paper used the DID model to investigate the impact of margin trading program on the dynamic adjustment of corporate capital structure, and also discussed whether there are significant differences in the impact of the implementation of short selling on the adjustment rate of the capital structure when the capital structure is below or above the target level. This paper found that the margin trading program significantly accelerates the adjustment of corporate capital structure, which is driven by the pressure of the short selling mechanism. After the adjustment direction is further distinguished, it is found that when the capital structure is higher than the target level, namely that the capital structure is adjusted downward, the short selling pressure plays a greater role in accelerating the adjustment of the capital structure. Channel tests show that the promoting effect of short selling pressure on the adjustment of capital structure is more significant when the information asymmetry or the agency cost is high. This paper examines the value effect of margin trading program from the perspective of dynamic adjustment of capital structure. At the same time, based on the close relationship between corporate leverage ratio and capital structure, it provides theoretical basis for the role of China’s financial innovation reform in promoting deleveraging of firms from the new perspective of short selling pressure, and provides new evidence for the necessity and importance of China’s financial reform.
Management World,2019,Vol 35,No. 10
In this paper, the data of a variety of air pollutants were matched with the data of China’s industrial enterprises, the impact of air pollution on enterprise productivity was investigated for the first time through the regression discontinuity method, and the potential impact mechanism less mentioned in the existing literature was discussed. Based on the spatial discontinuity of air pollution caused by the heating policy in the north of the Q-H Line in winter, the inverse causality between air pollution and enterprise productivity was effectively separated in this paper. The research has the following findings. (1) Air pollution can significantly reduce the productivity of enterprises. For every 1% increase in PM2.5, the productivity of enterprises will drop by 0.692%. (2) The productivity effect of air pollution will be magnified in non-state-owned enterprises. High-tech labor can mitigate the productivity loss of enterprises caused by air pollution to a certain extent, and enterprises with relatively high market competition and enterprises with high pollution are more seriously affected by the negative impact of air pollution. (3) Air pollution may negatively affect enterprise productivity by increasing human health risks, diverting R&D funds, causing resource misallocation, and reducing labor supply. This paper reveals the urgency of environmental governance from the perspective of enterprise development and provides new ideas for enterprises to improve their competitiveness.