Management Science and Economic Review (MSER)

Management Science and Economic Review (MSER) aims to encourage work on the relationship between management science, institutions, markets and the economy. The journal seeks to cover a wide range of topics regarding management science and economics with particular emphasis on interdisciplinary studies. Papers are drawn from interdisciplinary areas of management science, economics science, decision engineering, marketing science, technological innovation and financial economics. The journal encourages papers that combine disciplinary domains addressing practically relevant issues, while at the same time encouraging the development of new theory. The journal very much welcomes papers from emerging markets such as China. MSER aims to enhance research activities that advance knowledge in transition economies and to provide a leading forum for research work in Chinese economy and management practice. The Chinese Association of Overseas Postdocs and Scholars (CAOPS, http://english.caops.org/), RiskLab Global and the China Postdoctoral Science Foundation have agreed to actively participate on this publication.

MSER is strongly supported by a dedicated international editorial board consisting of renowned scientists. Thus, we need to ensure the highest quality standards of the journal and provide prompt, detailed, rigorous assessments that allow rapid editorial decisions and result in significantly improved manuscripts. Also we wish for the editorial board members' further support by providing the editors with advice and suggestions and by submitting some of their best work.


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Vol 1, No 1 (2011): Management Science and Economic Review

Table of Contents

Articles

Alexander Melnikov, Shuo Tong
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1-20
Yin Huang, Xiamiao Li, Dapeng Liu
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21-27
Naoki Kakita, Kazuyuki Nakamura
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28-42
Na Liu, Dongmei Wang
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43-53
Chris McDermott, Liam O'Neill, Gregory Stock, Hesna Muge Yayla-Kullu
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54-69