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Shadow Banking, Interest Rate Marketization and Bank Risk-Taking: An Empirical Study of the 40 Commercial Banks in China  [PDF]
Jing Luo
Journal of Financial Risk Management (JFRM) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/jfrm.2017.61003
Abstract: Based on the panel data of 40 Commercial Banks in China during 2006-2014, this paper makes an empirical study on the relationship between shadow banking, interest rate marketization and bank risk-taking by using the system GMM model. The study found that the development of the shadow banking and the interest rate marketization is conducive to the diversification of banks’ business, thereby reducing the risk of banks. The study also found that “too big to fail” and periodic are the characteristics of commercial bank risk.
An Empirical Study of the Importance and Uniqueness of Stakeholder Management in China  [PDF]
Luo Jing, Yin Jian
Open Journal of Business and Management (OJBM) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojbm.2014.24035
Abstract: Chinese economic reform in the early 1980s had introduced China modern project management theories and techniques, which had been widely observed in various industries and business sectors ever since. However, empirical studies of project stakeholder practice presented before indicate that Chinese people have learned the definition of modern projects but they give a new definition to project success according to their own working environment [1], and that stakeholder management is one of the areas where major differences between Chinese and Western projects exist. Therefore, understanding the uniqueness of stakeholder relationship in Chinese projects is one of the key factors for project success. This paper a) explores informal relationship among key stakeholders in Chinese projects and b) examines the influences their relationships have on project success in China. The final findings of this paper aim to provide best practice for understanding and managing key stakeholders in Chinese projects.
Genre-Based Analysis of American Tourism Brochure  [PDF]
Jing Luo, Tingyu Huang
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2015.39028
Abstract: The language in tourism brochure can help to construct destination’s image in reader’s mind. In this paper, 35 tourism brochures collected from more than 20 renowned attractions in western America have been selected as the corpus. On basis of English for Special Purpose School’s genre analysis theory, this article makes an attempt to generalize a specific generic structure for tourism brochure with eight moves by utilizing Bhatia’s move-structural model in advertisement as the theoretical framework. In addition, an innovative cross-disciplinary trial has been made to combine genre analysis with the formation process of tourist destination image. Moves and strategies with the communicative purpose of shaping destination image are thereby emphasized. Through organizing the generic feature of American tourism brochure, enlightenment of typical strategies in the discourse production for domestic tourism brochure will be concluded.
An Empirical Study on Different Tendencies toward Indulgence-Restraint Dimension from the Intercultural Perspective —In the Case of Guangdong Province  [PDF]
Cai Jie, Luo Jing
Chinese Studies (ChnStd) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/chnstd.2015.44017
Abstract: With the booming development of economic globalization nowadays, intercultural communication becomes more and more important. Based on Hofstede’s indulgence-restraint dimension, this thesis aims to testify whether Hofstede’s opinion that China is largely a restrained country, is correct in Guangdong Province, a coastal area with the largest population of China, and to investigate different groups of people’s different tendencies toward indulgence and restraint. The study is carried out in Guangdong Province, because Guangdong is a special area which is one of the most rapidly developing areas in China and it locates next to Macau and Hong Kong, which may bring it with more different cultures and ideas. After conducting a questionnaire survey in Guangdong with a self-made questionnaire, the author gets the following findings. 1) The subjects generally show a stronger tendency toward indulgence than to restraint through comparing the mean scores of them respectively. 2) With respect to genders, males have fewer tendencies toward indulgence than females and more tendencies toward restraint. 3) Considering age groups, people aged more have more tendencies toward restraint and fewer tendencies toward indulgence. What’s more, people aged from 18 to 60 are generally indulgence-oriented while people aged above 60 years old are generally restraint-oriented. 4) People with different disposable income groups and different educational backgrounds have no significant difference in general. All of them, generally, tend to be indulgent. The results of the study can help both foreign and local people to know more about Guangdong so as to enhance the mutual understanding to improve communication efficiency and help construct a harmonious society.
The Impact of Servant Leadership on Proactive Behaviors: A Study Based on Cognitive Evaluation Theory  [PDF]
Jing Luo, Jiabin Zheng
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2018.95075
Abstract: The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between servant leadership and proactive behaviors. Apart from this, drawing on the cognitive evaluation theory, we regard that proactive behaviors are driven by intrinsic motivation and further propose three psychological constructs to clarify the underlying mechanisms of servant leadership on employees’ proactive behaviors: Job autonomy, leader-member exchange and role breadth self-efficacy. Using a sample of 227 leader-employee dyads from two companies, the empirical results show that: 1) Servant leadership had positive effects on individual task proactivity and team member proactivity; 2) The relationship between servant leadership and individual task proactivity was mediated by job autonomy and role breadth self-efficacy, while leader-member exchange and role breadth self-efficacy mediated the influence of servant leadership on team member proactivity. All hypotheses were supported. Overall, this study enriches and develops related theories of proactive behaviors’ influencing factors. It uses cognitive evaluation theory to integrate the mechanisms that motivate employees’ proactive behaviors. It species the different psychological processes that servant leadership promotes employees’ proactive behaviors directed to different targets. It provides important references for managers to effectively encourage employees’ individual task proactivity and team member proactivity. Besides, limitations and suggestions for future research are discussed at the end of the article.
The Influence of Linguistic Landscape on the Image of Shenzhen  [PDF]
Wenxia Zeng, Jing Luo
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2019.73008
Abstract: With the development of globalization, linguistic landscape is becoming a popular linguistic phenomenon. In the meantime, Chinese scholars’ research on linguistic landscape is also developing. As a coastal city of China and the important port for the opening up policy, Shenzhen shows its advancement in technology and economy. Public signs as a kind of linguistic landscape become a common site to build Shenzhen’s image as a metropolitan. This thesis mainly focuses on public signs’ functions as linguistic landscape and Shenzhen’s image. The data will be collected from different scenic spots and public places of Shenzhen, such as Happy Valley, the Splendid China and the Airport, etc. By case analysis, this thesis will find out the positive and negative examples of Shenzhen’s public signs’ translation and analyze their impacts on Shenzhen’s image. Finally, this thesis will give some suggestions for improvement of city image.
Research on Low-Carbon City Construction and Development Strategy—A Case Study of Shenzhen  [PDF]
Dan Yao, Jing Luo, Mu Zhang
Low Carbon Economy (LCE) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/lce.2013.42007
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Low carbon economy is full of significance to realize sustainable development of a city. After making a review of global low carbon community construction by summarizing their features and routes, the authors set up a low-carbon economical evaluation system which consists of 3 layers, 3 systems and 14 indicators. What’s more, PCA (principal component analysis) and AHP (analytic hierarchy process) are adopted to evaluate the level of low-carbon economic development in Shenzhen. The facts prove that Shenzhens low-carbon economic development level has formed certain foundation with up tendency in various indicators. Finally, the authors propose suggestions and strategies for developing low-carbon economic development for city of Shenzhen.

Analysis of Tourist Leisure Activities in Integrated Resorts Based on the Constraint Negotiation Strategies  [PDF]
Zhuling Zhong, Jing Luo, Mu Zhang
Journal of Service Science and Management (JSSM) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jssm.2015.83036
Abstract: Based on the Constraint Negotiation Strategies, this study aims to explore whether three types of constraint factors and their hierarchy relations can be applied to Chinese tourists. The subject of this study is the leisure activities of Chinese tourists taking a leisure vacation. The study tends to figure out the main constraint factors and their corresponding negotiation strategies. The authors conduct confirmatory factor analysis to the data collected and also perform the Structural Equation Model to test the Constraint Negotiation Model and its hypotheses. The results show that structural constraints have a significant influence on participation to leisure activities. Driven by motivation to have a leisure vacation, tourists choose ReBAM as their negotiation strategy to fulfill their need of participating in leisure activities. While still maintaining some very special features of its own, leisure tourism in China is gradually merging with the international trend for tourism development.
Outcome Measures of Chinese Herbal Medicine for Coronary Heart Disease: An Overview of Systematic Reviews
Jing Luo,Hao Xu
Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine , 2012, DOI: 10.1155/2012/927392
Abstract: Objective. The aim of this overview was to summarize the outcome measures of Chinese herbal medicine (CHM) as the treatment of coronary heart disease (CHD) based on available systematic reviews (SRs), so as to display the current situation and evaluate the potential benefits and advantages of CHM on CHD. Methods. An extensive search included the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, MEDLINE, and 4 databases in Chinese. SRs of CHM for CHD were included. Besides evaluating and summarizing the outcome measures, we also estimated the quality of the included reviews by PRISMA (preferred reporting items for systematic reviews and meta-analyses). Data were extracted according to predefined inclusion criteria by two independent reviewers. Results. 46 articles were included. 20 kinds of CHM were reviewed. 7 SRs were concerned with myocardial infarction (MI), 38 SRs were related to angina pectoris. 11 SRs had primary endpoints, while others focused on secondary endpoints to evaluate CHM for CHD such as angina pectoris and electrocardiogram (ECG). One SR reported more adverse effects of CHM for CHD and of the SRs analyzed quality of life. Many CHM appeared to have significant effect on improving symptoms, ECG, biomarkers and so on. However, most SRs failed to make a definite conclusion for the effectiveness of CHM in CHD patients due specifically to the poor evidence. And according to PRISMA we found most of the trials in the SRs were of low quality. Conclusion. Primary endpoints were not used widely. The benefits of CHM for CHD need to be confirmed in the future with RCTs of more persuasive primary endpoints and high-quality SRs.
Four new species and a new Chinese record of the nectrioid fungi
Jing Luo,WenYing Zhuang
Science China Life Sciences , 2010, DOI: 10.1007/s11427-010-4031-3
Abstract: Four new species belonging to Bionectria, Calonectria, Haematonectria and Neonectria on plant substrates collected from nature reserves in southern and central China are described. Bionectria truncata has smooth perithecia of a flattened to shallow discoid apex, clavate asci with an apical ring, and ellipsoid, smooth to spinulose ascospores. Calonectria dicephalospora is characterized by pyriform perithecia with a warted surface, clavate asci with a simple apex and long, narrow stalk, and fusoid ascospores with a cap-like appendage at each end. Haematonectria lushanensis possesses warted perithecia which are laterally collapsing when dry, cylindrical asci with a simple apex, and ellipsoid, spinulose ascospores. Neonectria dinghushanica is distinguishable by subglobose perithecia with a warted surface, clavate asci, and striate ascospores. Morphological features of these new species are described comprehensively and compared with their related fungi. Neonectria castaneicola is recorded as new to China.
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