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1.Chinese indigenous leadership research: Research questions and process

Author:Zhang Xiaojun;Han Wei;Xi Youmin;Ge Jing;Liu Peng;Li Lei

Source:Journal of Management Sciences in China,2017,Vol.20

Abstract:This paper discusses primary topics of studies on Chinese indigenous leaders and provides an integrated process to conduct indigenous leadership research in China. Reviewing the current status of Chinese indigenous leadership researches,four critical research problems of Chinese indigenous leadership researches are identified. Moreover,research processes of diverse indigenous leaderships integrating multiple methodological paradigms are developed. These processes include three stages: description /interpretation /construction,categorization /theorization,and comparative study. The paper argues that indigenous leadership research should not only rely on Chinese materials and subjects,but also choose methodology that can reveal indigenous leadership facts.

2.The Significance and Key Points of Institutional Leadership

Author:LI Peng-fei;GE Jing;XI You-min

Source:Soft Science,2016,Vol.30


3.Perceptions of \"Women\'s Liberation\": A Study of Personal Narratives of Subaltern Women in Three Women\'s Federations\' Publications, 1949-1964

Author:LIU Xi

Source:Collection of Women's Studies,2017,Vol.

Abstract:This paper studies the abundant "language of (women's) liberation" in personal narratives oI subaltern working-class women in three magazines sponsored by Chinese national and local women's federations. These authors reframed their past experiences and re- presented their sufferings from economic exploitation and oppressions based on class and gender, using new socialist rhetoric and catego- ries like "laborer" ," exploitation" and "class". They adopted discourses like "feudalism" to name and challenge the patriarchal ideolo- gies in both public and private spheres. They employed concepts like "working-class women" ," masters of the state" ," comradeship" to construct new gendered subjectivities as well as new social identities that are equal, respectful and political. As they were empowered by the revolutionary discourses and rhetoric, they identified themselves as active agents in their self-liberation instead of mere passive bene- ficiaries of the new socialist regime.

4.Allocation and Control of Funds for Library Resources Development Under Reader-Centered Service Environment: A Practical View

Author:Wu DiBi XinZhu Rong;

Source:Library Journal,2011,Vol.30

Abstract:One problem for libraries that need to be urgently sorted out is how to closely combine the user service with resources development.This study is based on a practical case to analyze the models of resources development,and the model of Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University Library has been focused as a successful case for the allocation and control of funds for library resources development under reader-centered service environment.

5.On the constructing mechanism and strategy of HeXie society from the perspective of social governance

Author:Xi Youmin;Zhang Xiaojun

Source:Systems Engineering-Theory & Practice,2013,Vol.33

Abstract:With regard to the challenge of social contradictions and the plan to construct HeXie society, this paper analyzed reasons of the contradictions and proposed three mechanisms to realize HeXie society from the perspective of social governance. We argued that soft legal system, incomplete market, and weakened network mechanisms are main factors that bring about the current unstable social events. Based on the analysis of the essence of HeXie society, we explored the way to construct HeXie society by combining hierarchy, market and network mechanisms, and reforming current political system to build positive environment for the interaction among these mechanisms. The paper also discussed the task and strategy of constructing HeXie society under the framework of HeXie management theory.

6.Research on User Interaction Issues of LibGuides-based Library Subject Service: A Case Study of Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University

Author:Jin Xiaopu;Xu Fang

Source:Information and Documentation Services,2014,Vol.


7.Resource Acquisition of Lesders: Theoretical Framework based on Institutional Theory, Resource-based View and Leadership Theory


Source:Science & Technology Progress and Policy,2015,Vol.32


8.New Technologies, Gender and Cyborg in Contemporary Science Fiction: The Waste Tide as an Example


Source:Literary Review,2019,Vol.


9.The possibility and pathway of breakthrough for management in China:Exploration and engagement based on HeXie Management research

Author:Xi Youmin;Liu Peng

Source:Journal of Management Sciences in China,2019,Vol.22

Abstract:The breakthrough of management in China depends on the power and practical innovation of Chinese enterprises and entrepreneurs, as well as the theoretical summaries by researchers with academic attainments and theorizing capacity. Management in China may make breakthroughs in the following two aspects:On the one hand, with the help of methodological breakthroughs, we should unearth the wisdom and theoretical implication of Chinese people in dealing with complex problems in management practice. On the other hand,we should refine the practice of multiple intelligences coexistence and interaction in the digital and intelligent era, and built an inclusive and reflexive governance and management architectures or mechanisms. HeXie Management research provides an example for this. The breakthrough of management in China is the self-transcendence of Chinese management scholars and practitioners and the transcendence of Chinese traditional wisdom, and will contribute new valuable knowledge to the world.

10.Legacy and the Identity Crisis of the English Language





Source:Chinese Translators Journal,2015,Vol.36


12.Business-Nonprofit Social Alliance: Initial Conditions, Governance Process and Performance

Author:YIN Juelin;SONG Chengcheng

Source:Chinese Journal of Management,2015,Vol.12

Abstract:Based on extensive reviews on resource dependency theory,organizational learning theory,and institutional theory,this study aims to identity the key dimensions and patterns of social alliance,explore the determinants of social alliance formation,and build a mediating mechanism linking initial conditions,governance processes and alliance effectiveness.The results have significant implications for both corporations and nonprofit organizations in selecting partners,organizing alliance structure and governance process,and thus ensuring the success of alliances.

13.Does Government\'s R&D Support Have an Influence on External Financing of High-tech Firms? A Study Based on Organizational Legitimacy Theory

Author:Gao Hongli;Li Li;Jean Chen;Xie Li

Source:Nankai Business Review,2017,Vol.20


14.Metacognitive Knowledge and Critical Thinking in L2 Writing

Author:Ruan Zhoulin

Source:ZHONGGUO WAIYU,2011,Vol.8

Abstract:The paper will first review the theoretical grounds of metacognition in cognitive psychol- ogy and clarify the distinction between metacognitive knowledge and metacognitive strategies as two components of metacognition. It will thendiscuss, within the framework of cognitive writing theory, research on metacognitive knowledge in second language writing. Finally based on an empirical study on Chinese student writers' metacogntive knowledge (Ruan, 2005), the paper will propose an interactional model of metacognitive knowledge that is capable of explaining aspects of knowledge and cognitive activities in the process of Chinese students' English writing.

15.The Future of Business Schools: Unity of Rigor and Relevance

Author:Wang Xiao;Li Peter Ping;Bi Zhihui

Source:Foreign Economies & Management,2019,Vol.41


16.Study on Motivation and Strategic Choice of Enterprises’ Energy Saving and Emission Reduction

Author:Cao Chunhui;Xi Youmin;Cao Xuanwei

Source:Management Review,2013,Vol.25

Abstract:By identifying the characters of environment toward enterprises in the low carbon economy, this paper dlfferentiates the environment into three types of market: product market, social market and political market. Then it points out three kinds of motivation for enterprises to save energy and reduce emission: one is to decline the cost and get differentiated competitive advantage in the product market; another is to get public recognition and enterprise's reputation in social market; and the final one is to pursue legitimacy and government's support in political market. Based on literature, we build two types of strategic choice: the proactive strategies and reactive strategies. Further, we offer a strategic model for enterprises to save energy and reduce emission according to the different motivation, which can help the enterprises get the sustained competitive advantage in the low carbon economy.

17.Drucker\'s Letter and Its Comments


Source:Foreign Economies & Management,2017,Vol.39


18.Learning and Teaching in the Internet Era


Source:Jiangsu Higher Education,2017,Vol.


19.A Built \"Virtual Reality\"——Comparative Reading Between the Film and the Real Space of the Rolex Learning Center

Author:YANG Jing

Source:Architectural Journal,2020,Vol.

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