School of Economics and Management Made Outstanding Academic Achievements
The NWU School of Economics and Management has attained great academic achievements. Essays of several professors were reported in full at the leading periodicals such as Xinhua Digest. Transformation of China’s Development Strategy in Rising Bonus Era, written by Professor Ren Baoping and his doctoral student Guo Han, was reported in full in the third issue of Xinhua Digest 2014. In this paper, the authors put forth the idea that economic development strategy should be oriented towards quality and efficiency. In addition, Research on the Bidirectional Commercial Circulations Systems of Urban-Rural Areas from the Perspective of Integrated Urban-Rural Areas in China was published by the Economic Science Press. This was the outcome of the philosophical and social scientific key project Research on the Bidirectional Commercial Circulations Systems from the Perspective of Integrated Urban-Rural Areas headed by the chief expert Professor Ren Baoping. The research is of great importance in perfecting the theory and practice of China’s bidirectional commercial circulations between urban and rural areas. Efficiency of China’s State-owned Enterprises-Literature Review, the work of Associate Professor Liu Ruiming, was reported in full in the fourth issue of Xinhua Digest for 2014. In this the author analyzes the efficiency of state-owned enterprises from multi-view and bearings, and identifies the future for the reform of and research into state-owned enterprises on the basis of extrapolating the available literature. World City, Development from the Perspective of Global Labor Division and the Choices of Hong Kong, written by Associate Professor Ma Lili and totaling 400,000 words, was published by the Commercial Press. In this the author reveals the inner logical connection between the world city and the global labor division network. In particular, it is of great importance to perfecting the theory and practice of building cities such as Xi’an into international metropolises. Measurement of Social Welfare Function and Income Inequality from the Perspective of Rawlsianism, a cover article was published in the second issue of the Economic Research Journal for 2014. Its first author was Dr. Ouyang Kui, a lecturer in School of Economics and Management. The essay pointed out that income distribution has always been the hot issue in China’s economic research.