Journal of Theoretical and Applied Economics


Analysis of commercial automobile insurance operating efficiency and Its influence factors of Chinese property insurance companies -An empirical analysis based on SBM-DEA method and Tobit model

Research Article of Journal of Theoretical and Applied Economics Analysis of commercial automobile insurance operating efficiency and Its influence factors of Chinese property insurance companies. --An empirical analysis based on SBM-DEA method and Tobit model Hong Han Department University of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, 11th, Beijing Fangshan District. This paper selects the operation data of commercial car insurance of 25 companies in 2012-2016, and calculates the efficiency of commercial car insurance by using SBM-DEA model, also analyzes the main factors affecting the efficiency of commercial car insurance operation by using the Tobit panel data estimation model. The main conclusions are as follows: 1. The overall efficiency value of the commercial insurance company is low, and only 2 of the 25 property insurance companies tested reached the effective frontier, there is still a large space for improvement, the redundancy of low efficiency companies is more serious; In the past three years, the technical efficiency value has remained stable and the upward trend is not obvious. 2. Commercial car insurance premium income share, market share, cost rate, company asset size, all have different degrees of impact on the efficiency value of commercial car insurance. Keywords: Commercial insurance efficiency; SBM-DEA model; Impact factors ...

Development Status of China’s Consumer Finance Companies

Research Article of Journal of Theoretical and Applied Economics Research on Development Status of China's Consumer Finance Companies Yongying Liu Tianjin University of Commerce The chapter I of this article elaborates the background and significance of the topic research, sorts out the domestic and foreign scholars’ research on consumer finance companies. Chapter 2 first introduced the concept, characteristics, supply and demand of consumer finance. The third chapter analyzes the development status of China’s consumer finance companies, and finds that the number of consumer finance companies has developed rapidly, and the profitability level is high; the products have been continuously upgraded and marketing channels are abundant; the business-driven model has been driven from the fund to the scene-driven and technology-driven. Afterwards, the BOC Consumer Finance Corporation was used as a typical domestic case for in-depth analysis. Chapter 4 concludes the problems encountered by China’s consumer finance companies in the development process. The fifth chapter proposes the following countermeasures based on the development of China’s consumer finance companies: changing consumer attitudes; broadening financing channels, increasing tax incentives, training financial and scientific talents, and improving the social credit system. Keywords: Consumer finance company; Consumer credit; Development model ...

“Active fund managers will always underperform in behavioural market?”

Research Article of Journal of Theoretical and Applied Economics “Active fund managers will always underperform in behavioural market?” Yibin Liu This paper mainly digs out reasons behind a common view that active fund managers perform poorly in behavioural market at most instances. Based on some economics theories and behaviour finance theories, the paper discusses five reasons arouse underperformance by active managers. Accordingly, these causes are divided into internal and external perspectives as well. Keywords: behaviour finance theories,active managers underperformance ...

Rationale and risks of non-audit services

Research Article of Journal of Theoretical and Applied Economics Rationale and risks of non-audit services You Yu With changing conditions of the financial environment, relative issues of non-audit services still require further developments and researches, concerning their rationale and risks that can be admitted so far, and influences of latest regulations. Here the rationale and risks of NAS were investigated through summarizing prior studies. Some researchers believe that there is a trade-off effect between advantages and disadvantages of NAS, therefore, it can be accordingly concluded that there is at least net effect in NAS’s downsides and upsides, the rationality of NAS can be prove based on this sight. However, many latest researches tend to believe NAS has adverse impacts. Keywords: Rationale, risks, non-audit services, advantages, disadvantages ...

Dr. Zinchenko Viktor Viktorovich

Principal research scientist of the Institute of Higher Education of the National Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of Ukraine; Professor of the department of management and innovative technologies of social and cultural activities of the National Pedagogical Dragomanov University; Head of the Department of Management of the Ukrainian Institute of Arts and Sciences;

Dr Ahmed S. Abou-Zaid
Associate Professor of Economics, Department of Economics, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL 61920

Dr. Shankar T Battase
Assistant Professor and Head, Dept. of Commerce and Management, Govt. First Grade College Sindagi (Affiliated to Rani Channamma University)

Dr. NEAMŢU ADINA CLAUDIA
Full professor, University “Constantin Brancusi” Targu-Jiu, Republicii Street, NO.1, JUD. GORJ

Dr. Gapsalamov Almaz Rafisovich
PhD in Economics, the head of department of economics and management, Kazan Federal University, Elabuga Institute of Kazan Federal University.

Dr. Alireza Miremadi

Dean & Assistant Marketing Professor, Graduate School of Management and Economics, Sharif University of Technology-International Campus

Dr Ambreesh Singh Yadav
Scientific Officer, U.P. Council of Agricultural Research, Lucknow, U.P., India

Dr. Faris Alshubiri
Associate Professor /Finance, Dhofar University

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1.Yongying Liu. Research on Development Status of China’s Consumer Finance Companies.Journal of Theoretical and Applied Economics, 2018, 2: 2. DOI:10.28933/jtae-2018-03-2801 
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