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An Empirical Study on the Determinants of Labor Entering Monopoly Industry in China’s Urban Labor Market
Yanjun YANG,Dan HUANG
Management Science and Engineering , 2012, DOI: 10.3968/j.mse.1913035x20120604.619
Abstract: Industrial segmentation of the labor market is an important factor which causes the wage inequality in China’s urban labor market. This paper aims to investigate the determinants which help people entering monopoly industry by building a logistic model using CHIP data. The results show that the workers’ education, work experience and age are more helpful for labor entering monopoly industry in China’s urban labor market. Compared with the local residents with the same human capital, the probability of the floating population entering the monopoly industry is much smaller. Key words: Industrial segmentation; Urban labor market; Logistic model
Evaluation of the Effective Factors on Customers' Satisfaction Using INDSAT Model; Case Study: Household Appliances' Customers of Mobarakeh Steel Company
Ali Kazemi,Ali Belenj,Hussain Rezaei Dolatabadi
International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: Customers and consumers are always looking for suppliers who offer better products or services to their clients. Lots of documents show that in today's competitive world, exploring and meeting customers' needs and and requirements before other competitors, is the essential condition for companies to be successful. vices provided by organizations is the assessment of customer satisfaction. this study deals with identification and investigation of factors affecting industrial customer's satisfaction at Mobarake Steel Company of Esfahan. Statistical population included 125 company of the Household Appliances' Customers of Mobarakeh Steel Company. Field methods and questionnaire were used to gather essential information. In this study, 161 questionnaires were randomly distributed to Customers. Eventually 117 questionnaires were returned. SPSS and Amos were used to analyze data descriptively, assess the credibility of the model and test hypotheses. Results indicated that all satisfaction factors (product- sales people- product-related information- order handling- technical services- interaction with supplier's internal staff- complaint handling) as the aspects of have positive effects on overall customer satisfaction. Also, all of these factors are not of the same preference to the customers; sales staff and product satisfactions the scored highest and complaint handling the lowest.
Organic Consumer Segmentation  [PDF]
Javier de Esteban Curiel, Juan Carlos Castro, Mauricio Quisimalín
Sociology Mind (SM) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/sm.2015.53016
Abstract: One of the aspects that configure the social agreement these days in Ecuador is based on the “Food Sovereignty”. In this sense, this paper tries to identify and validate determinant factors over the consumption of ecological food in Ecuador. Among other factors, the authors analyse the demo-graphic characteristics, the knowledge about organic agriculture, the attitudes towards environmental issues, the considerations about organic product sales, the lifestyles and the main priorities when choosing food. The population of study was the city of Ambato, province of Tungurahua (Ecuador) with a sample size of 400 subjects in order to determine the patterns of organic consumption right there. In particular, this research was conducted through a face-to-face survey of 40 questions considering 86 variables divided into blocks of perceptions, attitudes, behaviours and socio-demographic profiles, such as income source, home size, education level, lifestyle or monthly family incomes. Hence, a model of analysis is determined on the awareness of organic products and its association with ecological purchase.
A Comparative Study of Industrial Tourism of Cities in China  [PDF]
Huimin Wang, Yunxin Fu
Chinese Studies (ChnStd) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/chnstd.2019.81002
Abstract: With the increase of people’s income and the various demands for leisure, the preference of Chinese travelers has gradually shifted from traditional sightseeing to more distinctive forms of tourism. Industrial tourism, as one of the forms which curious tourists are fond of, has been rapidly developed throughout the country. Cities are the main carriers of industrialization, also are the important places for Industrial tourism. This paper selects Shanghai and Huangshi as sample cities for research, comparing the two cities and showing the difference between the development stages, development types and development models of industrial tourism in the two cities.
Adaptive crack segmentation of three-dimensional industrial CT image
工业CT图像自适应三维裂纹面分割*

CHEN Xu-ji,ZENG Li,XIANG Cai-bing,
陈绪佳
,曾理,向才兵

计算机应用研究 , 2011,
Abstract: In digital image processing, C-V model which applies in image segmentation can get superior result, but this model costs too much time. When using 3-D C-V model to detect the crack surface in three-dimensional industrial CT image, the problems are the slow convergence of the model and the large volume data of the industrial CT image. To this question, this paper researched a kind of preprocessing algorithm. This algorithm used adaptive threshold segmentation, which used iteration to get the threshold, and adaptive rectangle on the projection from three directions, which could locate the position of the crack. It also could adapt the variation of the crack and especially reduce the data volume. The experiments show that the preprocessing algorithm can obtain the speedup of almost 8 times compared to the original model.
The Role of Human Capital in Industrial Development: The Nigerian Case (1980-2010)  [PDF]
Akintoye Victor Adejumo, Phillip Akanni Olomola, Opeyemi Oluwabunmi Adejumo
Modern Economy (ME) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/me.2013.410069
Abstract: Human capital development is seen as a focal point for pivoting industrial development, for reducing the level of unemployment and increasing the supply of entrepreneurs in any economy. However, the effect of human capital on sustainable industrial development in Nigeriahas not been adequately explored. In view of various policies adopted by successive governments to advance industrialization inNigeria, the study examined the effect human capital development has had on industrial growth in the light of various factors that could have shaped industrial performance. In addition, the different educational enrollment rates were examined to find out if any significant positive impact will be felt in the industrial sector. Time series data covering the period between 1980 and 2010 were used with an appropriate econometric technique. It was discovered that human capital has to a large extent impacted on industry value-added, but in terms of output generated industrially, the effect of human capital remains low inNigeria.
A Comparative Study on the Alteration of Industrial Structure in Chinese and American Urbanizations  [PDF]
Linxiu Huang
American Journal of Industrial and Business Management (AJIBM) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ajibm.2014.49059
Abstract: Urbanization is internally related to economic growth and industrial structure. Whether China may fall into the mid-income trap, to some extent, depends on the benign interaction between the advancement of urbanization and the upgrade of industrial structure. The present paper, by a comparative analysis of relevant issues in China and the United States, is intended to find out the features of interaction in the experiences of the United States so as to get inspirations in policy making in China.
Migration, Employment, and Industrial Development in Japan  [PDF]
Tetsuya Nakajima
Theoretical Economics Letters (TEL) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/tel.2014.48083
Abstract: Industrial development in Japan is accompanied by massive migration from agricultural to industrial areas. In a modified Harrod-Domar model, this paper compares two steady states, the first and the second, which emerge before and after the termination of such migration, respectively. Then, the paper shows that employment rates must be lower in the second steady state. Further, by examining the effects of fiscal policy, the paper shows that the balanced budget multiplier exceeds unity, and fiscal policy raises households’ disposable income and consumption.
Concentra??o industrial no Brasil no período 1996-2001: uma análise por meio do índice de Ellison e Glaeser (1994)
Lautert, Vladimir;Araújo, Nilton Clóvis Machado de;
Economia Aplicada , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-80502007000300002
Abstract: this paper deals with the geographic concentration of the brazilian?s manufacturing industry in the divisions and groups of the national classification of the economic activities (cnae), in the period from 1996 until 2001. the measure of the level of concentration used was the index of ellison and glaeser (1994). the results show that the average and median degrees of concentration were reduced during the period and that most of the divisions and industrial groups had reduced its concentrations. moreover, a relative stability in the distribution of the greater and lesser concentrated activities was evidenced, although a significant variation in the concentration inside each segment was verified, specially inside the last group. finally, it was verified that the concentration tends to be greater in the sectors with higher technological content and lesser in the activities of the traditional industry.
Industrial psychology and industrial relations a South African perspective
C. M. Tustin,J. Flowers
South African Journal of Industrial Psychology , 1993, DOI: 10.4102/sajip.v19i2.556
Abstract: Given the potential value of industrial psychology's contribution to the inter-disciplinary field of industrial relations, and given its rather indifferent past record in this respect, the purpose of this study is to clarify the role of industrial psychology in industrial relations. The opinions of registered industrial psychologists in South Africa were surveyed about those issues in which industrial psychology does have a role to play. Respondents confirmed an ongoing mutual indifference between the two fields but nevertheless supported the idea that industrial psychology has an important role to play in many industrial relations issues. Opsomming Gegewe die potensiele waarde van die bedryfsielkunde se bydrae tot die interdissiplinere studieveld van die arbeidsverhoudinge, en ook bedryfsielkunde se ietwat afsydige rekord hieromtrent in die verlede, is dit die doel van hierdie studie om die rol van die bedryfsielkunde in arbeidsverhoudinge toe te lig. Die menings van geregistreerde bedryfsielkundiges in Suid-Afrika met betrekking tot daardie areas waar die bedryfsielkunde wel 'n rol te speel het, is ingewin. Respondente het bevestig dat die onderling afsydige verhouding tussen die twee dissiplines voortgesit word, maar het nietemin die gedagte ondersteun dat die bedryfsielkunde 'n belangrike rol in bate areas van die arbeidsverhoudinge te speel het.
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