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A Study on the Way and Performances of Private Enterprise Entering Stock Market in China
Sen Wang
International Journal of Business and Management , 2009,
Abstract: Presently the private enterprises have occupied more than 50 percent in the GDP of China. The research subject of this paper is Chinese private enterprises in China’s stock market. There are two conclusions. Firstly, along with the increase of private enterprise in stock market, their overall performances will decrease. Secondly, the performances of private enterprises are poorer than that of state-owned enterprises in general. The two important results do not accord with the conclusions drawn by foreign scholars. It proves that the situation of China has its own features on one hand. On the other hand, it is time for China to improve the qualities of private enterprisers and to reform their operation and management.
A Study on the Performances of State-owned Enterprises and Governance Structure in China
Sen Wang
International Journal of Business and Management , 2009,
Abstract: The reform and developments of the state-owned enterprises and state-owned banks have so important meaning to China’s economic development. By means of regression analysis, the author draws a surprising conclusion: as far as state-owned listing companies are concerned, their achievement has been not satisfied by the end of 2003. It is pointed that the restructuring of state-owned enterprises can not purely depend on governance structure in short time. The key of state-owned enterprises should be transferring business Mechanism and Improving their competition.
Use of Land in China: Government Regulation Financing Dependence and Policy Orientation
Sen Wang
International Journal of Business and Management , 2009, DOI: 10.5539/ijbm.v3n4p45
Abstract: The policy for use of land is one of important components in the economic reformation in China. Beginning from the present situation of Chinese policies for use of land, this paper has taken Zhejiang province as a representative example to make an analysis, finding that there are many problems in Chinese present policies for use of land, pointing out that the future reformation should focus on solving three issues, including the duel land-system, the government regulation and financing dependence, and the imperfection of relevant legal system. Conclusions in this paper are meaningful in deepening Chinese policies for use of land.
Manufacturing and Service Industry: Which One Is the Better Choice in Zhuhai?
Sen Wang
International Journal of Business and Management , 2009,
Abstract: Since reform and opening up, Zhuhai’s economic position has been dropping in Guangdong, which results from the conflict between its orientation of a leisure city in history and the developing manufacturing industry currently. According to the international trend of industrial development and the construction of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, Zhuhai should transfer its focus from traditional industries to modern industries.
Analysis and Design of Distributed Pair Programming System  [PDF]
Wanfeng Dou, Yifeng Wang, Sen Luo
Intelligent Information Management (IIM) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/iim.2010.28059
Abstract: Pair Programming (PP) that has gained extensive focus within pedagogical and industrial environments is a programming practice in which two programmers use the same computer to work together on analysis, design, and programming of the same segment of code. Distributed Pair Programming (DPP) system is a programming system to aid two programmers, the driver and the navigator, to finish a common task such as analysis, design and programming on the same software from different locations. This paper first reviews the existing DPP tools and discusses the interaction and coordination mechanism in DPP process. By means of activity theory and language-action theory, some basic requirements of the DPP system are presented. Then, a design framework of such system and functions of each sub-system are deeply analyzed. Finally, a system prototype is implemented by plug-in style in Microsoft Visual Studio environment.
A Probe into the Anti-Corruption Mechanism behind Ming Dynasty’s Appointment of Touring Censorial Inspectors and the Causes for Its Failure  [PDF]
Lu Yang, Yan Wang, Sen Yang
Chinese Studies (ChnStd) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/chnstd.2016.53005
Abstract: Since the 18th CPC National Congress, China has made a giant leap in anti-corruption movement. To look back on the past, Ming Dynasty’s touring censorial inspector was truly typical of the inspection regime in ancient China, because appointment of the feudal official thereof epitomized a well-designed counter-corruption mechanism, which was consisted of official selection, official supervision, touring obligation and returning examination. Naturally, such mechanism could have been contributed a lot to the anti-corruption campaign at that time. Moreover, it could be a valuable guide for the current Central Leading Group for Inspection Work, functioning like the inspector, to wipe out corruption. Instead, that appointment finally failed to save Ming Dynasty from perishing. Consequently, the dynasty went to collapse because of its own design of political institution, social institution and cultural tradition. Now these causes can still help the Central Leading Group exterminate corruption. In a nutshell, these are a great treasure passed down.
The Effectiveness of Anti-Corruption: A Comparative Study between the Ming Dynasty’s Touring Censorial Inspectors and the Current Central Leading Group for Inspection Work  [PDF]
Lu Yang, Yan Wang, Sen Yang
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2016.48001
Abstract: Since the 18th CPC National Congress, China has cracked down hard on corruption. Among all the efforts, the Central Leading Group for Inspection Work has made the most contribution. As some people consider the Ming Dynasty’s Touring Censorial Inspectors as “China’s Ancient Central Leading Group for Inspection Work”, it is not difficult to find out certain similarity existing between these two kinds of anti-corruption mechanisms that have both made certain accomplishments. If boiled down to their nature, both the Central Leading Group for Inspection Work and the Touring Censorial Inspector System reflect the authorization-agency mechanism, which is plagued with asymmetric information and other problems. By comparing the Ming Dynasty’s Touring Censorial Inspectors, i.e. a typical example of the ancient inspection system, and the Central Leading Group for Inspection Work—the main anti-corruption body since the 18th CPC National Congress, lessons from the ancient practices can be drawn for today’s reference, which are both conducive to providing theoretical basis for advancing China’s current anti-corruption tasks and promoting the anti-corruption effectiveness and offer suggestions to enhance anti-corruption progress in China.
Performance Study on China’s ST Companies——Based on Factor Analysis Combined with Contribution Rate of Variance
Sen Wang,Qi Wang
International Journal of Business and Management , 2010, DOI: 10.5539/ijbm.v6n1p61
Abstract: The listed companies will be specially treated when their business performance is bad or there are serious accidents, which is a rule to reveal the investment risk of stock market. So it is very important to study the performance of listed companies under special treatment (ST companies) for the development of stock market in China. We choose 50 companies as the samples in the ST plate of 2006 in accordance with the industry categories and scale, and use Factor Analysis to study the integrated performance of the sample companies during 2005-2007. Our research conclusion shows that (1) the integrated performance of companies is the fundamental factor to determine whether it will be specially treated or not. (2) The performance of ST companies in china during 2005-2007 shows the upward trend, but their positive effects have gradually been decreased over time. (3) The profitability and debt paying ability of ST companies play very important roles. (4)The effective approaches of improving ST are corporate restructuring, asset stripping and debt restructuring.
Nodal $d+id$ pairing and topological phases on the triangular lattice: unconventional superconducting state of Na$_x$CoO$_2\cdot y$H$_2$O
Sen Zhou,Ziqiang Wang
Physics , 2007, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.217002
Abstract: We show that finite angular momentum pairing chiral superconductors on the triangular lattice have point zeroes in the complex gap function. A topological quantum phase transition takes place through a nodal superconducting state at a specific carrier density $x_c$ where the normal state Fermi surface crosses the isolated zeros. For spin singlet pairing, we show that the second nearest neighbor $d+id$-wave pairing can be the dominant pairing channel. The gapless critical state at $x_c\simeq0.25$ has six Dirac points and is topologically nontrivial with a $T^3$ spin relaxation rate below $T_c$. This picture provides a possible explanation for the unconventional superconducting state of Na$_x$CoO$_2\cdot y$H$_2$O. Analyzing a pairing model with strong correlation using the Gutzwiller projection and symmetry arguments, we study these topological phases and phase transitions as a function of Na doping.
Electron correlation and spin density wave order in iron pnictides
Sen Zhou,Ziqiang Wang
Physics , 2009, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.105.096401
Abstract: We study the correlation effects on the electronic structure and spin density wave order in Fe-pnictides. Using the multiorbital Hubbard model and Gutzwiller projection, we show that nonperturbative correlation effects are essential to stabilize the metallic spin density wave phase for the intermediate correlation strengths appropriate for pnictides. We find that the ordered moments depend sensitively on the Hund's rule coupling $J$ but weakly on the intraorbital Coulomb repulsion $U$, varying from $0.3\mu_B$ to $1.5\mu_B$ in the range $J=0.3\sim0.8$ eV for $U=3\sim4$ eV. We obtain the phase diagram and discuss the effects of orbital order and electron doping, the evolution of the Fermi surface topology with the ordered moment, and compare to recent experiments.
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