Global journal of Economics and Business Administration


Trade Friction and Chinese Innovation: A Case Study of the Semiconductor Industry

Research Article of Global journal of Economics and Business Administration Trade Friction and Chinese Innovation: A Case Study of the Semiconductor Industry Al-Sayed, Rafif and Yang Jianhua University of Science & Technology Beijing (USTB), China Major Chinese innovative technologies still depend on imported foreign core technologies. This dependence could affect sustaining growth in technological innovation for the Chinese Hi-Tech industry, which is one of the areas that has been most affected by the recent US-China trade conflict. The research explores if there is an impact of tension in trade scene on innovation in core technologies from the perspective of Hi-Tech industry experts in China. The method used a combination of semi-structured interviews and questionnaires addressed to experts and managers in the Chinese Hi-Tech industry. The statistical analysis used regression analysis of the experts’ answers where the findings propose a possible positive impact on endogenous innovation in the long term if it is combined with government policies that enhance innovation and increase R&D expenditures. The paper also highlighted the challenges that affect innovation in this industry and stresses the importance of the role of the entrepreneurial state that helped China to achieve breakthroughs in other domains. A case study of the semiconductor industry was analysed as a far-reaching endeavor, taking into account the scale of the challenges and the way forward for this significant core technology on which all of China’s Hi-Tech industries and exports depend. Keywords: Global Trade Friction, Chinese Innovation, Endogenous Innovation, Chinese semiconductor industry, Made in China 2025 ...

Research on the Current Situation of Industrial Structure and Upgrading Path in Hubei Province under the Background of Central Rise

Research Article of Global journal of Economics and Business Administration Research on the Current Situation of Industrial Structure and Upgrading Path in Hubei Province under the Background of Central Rise Kang Li Business School, HuBei University. The development of the industrial structure affects the development of the regional economy. From the implementation of the rise of central China to the present, while the industrial structure of Hubei Province is developing, there are also unreasonable phenomena. This article analyzes the industrial structure of Hubei Province from 2004 to 2018.It first analyzes the current situation of the industrial structure of Hubei Province, the current situation of the industrial structure, the existing problems and reasons, and finally proposes the path of industrial structure optimization in Hubei Province based on the analysis results. Keywords: Industrial structure; Central rise strategy; Optimization path ...

Efficacy Evaluation of Staff Training Course: A case study in Islamic Banking

Research Article of Global journal of Economics and Business Administration Efficacy Evaluation of Staff Training Course: A case study in Islamic Banking Fazal Ali Shaikh Department of Economics, University of Sindh There are many kinds of training in institutions. But one of them the latest and most eminent train pattern intended to appraise efficacy operating workforce teaching be Kirkpatrick model. , the efficacy of the worker’s teaching path investigated Islamic banking. The feedback form composed of five constituents that take in: acquisition, the reaction of attitude, consequences moreover the novelty within the position of confounding factors are dispensed. It is showed in an investigation that some elements are such as (reaction, actions as well as creations) are having momentous end products going on the tradition efficiency on the way to Kirkpatrick model. As well as two factors (education as well as product for path) are no more a trivial consequence. Keywords:Islamic banking; efficacy evaluation; kirkpatrick; Efficacy ...

Causality of Unemployment and Macroeconomics

Research Article of Global journal of Economics and Business Administration Causality of Unemployment and Macroeconomics Endashaw Sisay Lecturer, Department of Economics, Mizan Tepi University In order to test the wellbeing and development of a given nation economy, unemployment level is a primary macroeconomic pointer. It is considered as forgone output which denies the fundamental assets of government that required creating the economy. Thus, the objective of the study was to investigate the long-run and short-run causality between unemployment and macroeconomic variables. Resulting to utilizing the Augmented Dickey-Fuller to test for unit root this investigation utilized Auto Regressive Distributed Lag limits testing approach and Vector Error Correction Model granger causality test to inspect the time arrangement information over the time of 1984/85-2018/19. Relapse result recommends that since quite a while ago run causation running from joblessness to the recorded macroeconomic factors. In the short run there is significant granger causality from foreign direct investment and inflation rate to unemployment rate. Moreover, from unemployment to real gross domestic product and external debt in the short run. Finally, the study suggests the government should increase the level of aggregate supply, create conducive environment that entice more foreign direct investment and borrow only for productive purpose to form more business and assimilate an expensive pool of unemployment populace. Keywords: ARDL model, Granger Causality, Vector Error Correction Model, Unemployment ...

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