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The impact of cross-subsidies on utility service quality in developing countries SSCI Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 68 , 217-228 | ECONOMIC MODELLING
WoS CC Cited Count: 1 SCOPUS Cited Count: 1
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Low service quality in the utility sector (electricity, water, natural gas, etc.) is a major obstacle to economic advancement in developing countries. This paper provides an explanation for low quality of service through examining the rational responses of firms (utility providers) to subsidy policy. Cross-subsidies are widely applied to spur poor households' consumption of utility services. This raises the issue of whether charging lower prices to poor households, while boosting their consumption, induces firms to lower the quality of service received by these households. We specify an analytical model in which the government may not fully cover the firm's deficit from subsidizing poor households. Our main findings are: 1) when government transfers fail to cover this deficit, the firm reduces quality for subsidized consumers; 2) the difference in quality across consumer income groups might be reduced by an increase in the amount of government transfers. This paper also identifies several directions for future research, including the impacts of cross-subsidies on social welfare and a better design of subsidy funding mechanism.

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Utility service quality Market segmentation Cross-subsidies

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GB/T 7714 Li, Fan , Li, Shengli . The impact of cross-subsidies on utility service quality in developing countries [J]. | ECONOMIC MODELLING , 2018 , 68 : 217-228 .
MLA Li, Fan 等. "The impact of cross-subsidies on utility service quality in developing countries" . | ECONOMIC MODELLING 68 (2018) : 217-228 .
APA Li, Fan , Li, Shengli . The impact of cross-subsidies on utility service quality in developing countries . | ECONOMIC MODELLING , 2018 , 68 , 217-228 .
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A Study of Enterprise Software Licensing Models EI SSCI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2017 , 34 (1) , 177-205 | JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS | IF: 2.744
WoS CC Cited Count: 5
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We study an enterprise software vendor's decision on three prominent licensing models-on-premises, software as a service (SaaS), and hybrid. Our findings indicate that both the customers' estimation of the future software quality improvement and network effects play critical roles in the software vendor's choice of optimal licensing models. If the network effects are weak, the enterprise software vendor should choose the on-premises model when customers have a low estimation of the software quality improvement in the upgrade version. The hybrid model should be implemented if this estimation is in the mid-range, while the SaaS model generates the highest profit when customers believe that the upgrade version will have a significant improvement in software quality. As the network effects become stronger, the on-premises model will be dominated by the other two licensing models and is never optimal. In the event of a high upgrade cost and strong network effects, SaaS becomes the best licensingmodel due to its multitenancy nature.

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SaaS software quality uncertainty enterprise software software as a service software licensing network effects on-premises license

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GB/T 7714 Li, Shengli , Cheng, Hsing Kenneth , Duan, Yang et al. A Study of Enterprise Software Licensing Models [J]. | JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS , 2017 , 34 (1) : 177-205 .
MLA Li, Shengli et al. "A Study of Enterprise Software Licensing Models" . | JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS 34 . 1 (2017) : 177-205 .
APA Li, Shengli , Cheng, Hsing Kenneth , Duan, Yang , Yang, Yu-Chen . A Study of Enterprise Software Licensing Models . | JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS , 2017 , 34 (1) , 177-205 .
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To join or not to join group purchasing organization: A vendor's decision EI SSCI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2017 , 258 (2) , 581-589 | EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF OPERATIONAL RESEARCH | IF: 3.428
WoS CC Cited Count: 6
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A group purchasing organization (GPO) is an entity that utilizes collective buying power to obtain significant discounts from vendors, which can be suppliers, distributors and manufacturers. In the healthcare sector, it is reported that about 72% of hospital purchases are settled through GPO contracts. This paper seeks to examine two critical questions that vendors face: (1) business strategy: does partnering with a GPO to offer quantity discounts make strategic sense? And, if so, (2) pricing policy: what price will yield optimal, maximum profits in such a relationship? Using a linear quantity discount scheme, we find that the size of GPO members strongly influences the vendor's decision to contract (or not) with the GPO. Furthermore, we show that vendors should price their products close to the reservation prices of the GPO members if the vendors indeed wish to pursue such partnerships. (C) 2016 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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Group purchasing organization Optimal pricing Quantity discount Market segmentation Price sensitivity

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GB/T 7714 Yang, Yu-Chen , Cheng, Hsing Kenneth , Ding, Chao et al. To join or not to join group purchasing organization: A vendor's decision [J]. | EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF OPERATIONAL RESEARCH , 2017 , 258 (2) : 581-589 .
MLA Yang, Yu-Chen et al. "To join or not to join group purchasing organization: A vendor's decision" . | EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF OPERATIONAL RESEARCH 258 . 2 (2017) : 581-589 .
APA Yang, Yu-Chen , Cheng, Hsing Kenneth , Ding, Chao , Li, Shengli . To join or not to join group purchasing organization: A vendor's decision . | EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF OPERATIONAL RESEARCH , 2017 , 258 (2) , 581-589 .
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Impacts of organizational commitment, interpersonal closeness, and Confucian ethics on willingness to report bad news in software projects EI SSCI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2017 , 125 , 220-233 | JOURNAL OF SYSTEMS AND SOFTWARE | IF: 2.278
WoS CC Cited Count: 1
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Individuals working on troubled software projects are often reluctant to report bad news concerning the project to senior management. This problem may be particularly acute when a subordinate must bypass their direct manager because the manager engages in a wrongful effort to suppress the bad news, which is the context for our study. In this research, we examine the impacts of organizational commitment, interpersonal closeness, and Confucian ethics on individuals' willingness to report bad news that is deliberately hidden from upper management and we do this in the Chinese culture context. Based on data collected from 158 Chinese software engineers, we found that organizational commitment positively affects individuals' willingness to report, while interpersonal closeness with the wrongdoer negatively affects willingness to report. With respect to the influence of Confucian ethics, our findings suggest that: (1) individuals' ethical disposition toward loyalty between sovereign and subject (interpreted in this research as loyalty to one's organization) strengthens the positive effect of organizational commitment on willingness to report, and (2) individuals' ethical disposition on trust between friends strengthens the negative effect of interpersonal closeness with the wrongdoer on willingness to report. (C) 2016 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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IT project management Organizational commitment Confucian ethics Whistleblowing Interpersonal closeness

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GB/T 7714 Wang, Jijie , Keil, Mark , Oh, Lih-bin et al. Impacts of organizational commitment, interpersonal closeness, and Confucian ethics on willingness to report bad news in software projects [J]. | JOURNAL OF SYSTEMS AND SOFTWARE , 2017 , 125 : 220-233 .
MLA Wang, Jijie et al. "Impacts of organizational commitment, interpersonal closeness, and Confucian ethics on willingness to report bad news in software projects" . | JOURNAL OF SYSTEMS AND SOFTWARE 125 (2017) : 220-233 .
APA Wang, Jijie , Keil, Mark , Oh, Lih-bin , Shen, Yide . Impacts of organizational commitment, interpersonal closeness, and Confucian ethics on willingness to report bad news in software projects . | JOURNAL OF SYSTEMS AND SOFTWARE , 2017 , 125 , 220-233 .
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政府委托下应急物资代储系统激励契约设计 CSCD CSSCI-E PKU
期刊论文 | 2017 , (11) , 7-14,25 | 运筹与管理
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政府委托企业代储应急物资是现实中普遍采用的一种应急物资管理策略,代储企业的努力程度对于保障应急物资的可靠供应具有关键性的作用,但由于代储企业与政府之间存在追求目标的差异,以及信息透明化方面受客观条件制约等因素,代储企业可能会因为长期的“太平无事”而产生倦怠,或者为追求经济效益而减少应有的付出,导致总体的努力程度下降,给应急条件下的物资供应带来隐患.鉴于此,论文采用供应链契约激励的理论,建立政企之间的利益博弈模型,分析政府的激励方式和激励数额对应急物资代储企业努力程度的影响,通过数值仿真寻找最优的参数设置,在此基础上,设计符合实际需要的应急物资代储激励契约,制定相应的奖惩规则,从而为政府有效管理应急物资代储企业,提高其努力程度,提升应急条件下应急物资供应保障能力提供了理论支撑.

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应急物资管理 努力程度 激励契约设计 委托代储系统

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GB/T 7714 高晓宁 , 田军 , 冯耕中 . 政府委托下应急物资代储系统激励契约设计 [J]. | 运筹与管理 , 2017 , (11) : 7-14,25 .
MLA 高晓宁 et al. "政府委托下应急物资代储系统激励契约设计" . | 运筹与管理 11 (2017) : 7-14,25 .
APA 高晓宁 , 田军 , 冯耕中 . 政府委托下应急物资代储系统激励契约设计 . | 运筹与管理 , 2017 , (11) , 7-14,25 .
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政府委托下应急物资代储系统激励契约设计 CSCD CSSCI-E PKU
期刊论文 | 2017 , (11) , 25 | 运筹与管理
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政府委托企业代储应急物资是现实中普遍采用的一种应急物资管理策略,代储企业的努力程度对于保障应急物资的可靠供应具有关键性的作用,但由于代储企业与政府之间存在追求目标的差异,以及信息透明化方面受客观条件制约等因素,代储企业可能会因为长期的“太平无事”而产生倦怠,或者为追求经济效益而减少应有的付出,导致总体的努力程度下降,给应急条件下的物资供应带来隐患。鉴于此,论文采用供应链契约激励的理论,建立政企之间的利益博弈模型,分析政府的激励方式和激励数额对应急物资代储企业努力程度的影响,通过数值仿真寻找最优的参数设置,在此基础上,设计符合实际需要的应急物资代储激励契约,制定相应的奖惩规则,从而为政府有效管理应急物资代储企业,提高其努力程度,提升应急条件下应急物资供应保障能力提供了理论支撑。

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应急物资管理 努力程度 激励契约设计 委托代储系统

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GB/T 7714 高晓宁 , 田军 , 冯耕中 . 政府委托下应急物资代储系统激励契约设计 [J]. | 运筹与管理 , 2017 , (11) : 25 .
MLA 高晓宁 et al. "政府委托下应急物资代储系统激励契约设计" . | 运筹与管理 11 (2017) : 25 .
APA 高晓宁 , 田军 , 冯耕中 . 政府委托下应急物资代储系统激励契约设计 . | 运筹与管理 , 2017 , (11) , 25 .
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政府委托下应急物资代储系统激励契约设计 CSCD CSSCI-E PKU
期刊论文 | 2017 , (11) | 运筹与管理
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GB/T 7714 高晓宁 , 田军 , 冯耕中 . 政府委托下应急物资代储系统激励契约设计 [J]. | 运筹与管理 , 2017 , (11) .
MLA 高晓宁 et al. "政府委托下应急物资代储系统激励契约设计" . | 运筹与管理 11 (2017) .
APA 高晓宁 , 田军 , 冯耕中 . 政府委托下应急物资代储系统激励契约设计 . | 运筹与管理 , 2017 , (11) .
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Do You Recognize Its Brand? The Effectiveness of Online In-Stream Video Advertisements SSCI Scopus
期刊论文 | 2015 , 44 (3) , 208-218 | JOURNAL OF ADVERTISING | IF: 2.288
WoS CC Cited Count: 4
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The effects of ad length, ad position, and ad-context congruity on brand name recognition in an online in-stream video advertising context were investigated. Video ads and video programs were selected from YouTube as stimuli. Findings from a laboratory experiment indicate that long ads enhance recognition. Mid-roll ads lead to better brand name recognition than pre-roll and post-roll ads because of attention spillover. However, a mid-roll ad is futile when the ad is unrelated to the video content. In contrast, post-roll ads can improve brand name recognition in an incongruent context.

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GB/T 7714 Li, Hao , Lo, Hui-Yi . Do You Recognize Its Brand? The Effectiveness of Online In-Stream Video Advertisements [J]. | JOURNAL OF ADVERTISING , 2015 , 44 (3) : 208-218 .
MLA Li, Hao et al. "Do You Recognize Its Brand? The Effectiveness of Online In-Stream Video Advertisements" . | JOURNAL OF ADVERTISING 44 . 3 (2015) : 208-218 .
APA Li, Hao , Lo, Hui-Yi . Do You Recognize Its Brand? The Effectiveness of Online In-Stream Video Advertisements . | JOURNAL OF ADVERTISING , 2015 , 44 (3) , 208-218 .
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Optimal Software Free Trial Strategy: Limited Version, Time-locked, or Hybrid? SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2015 , 24 (3) , 504-517 | PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT | IF: 1.732
WoS CC Cited Count: 12
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Limited version, time-locked, and hybrid are three software free trial strategies employed by software firms to exploit increased installed base and/or reduction of consumers' uncertainty about software quality. We develop an analytical model to examine these three software free trial strategies. We find that the hybrid strategy weakly dominates the limited and time-locked versions, and the intensity of the network effects is a key factor determining which strategy is optimal.

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network effects software free trial hybrid free trial

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GB/T 7714 Cheng, Hsing Kenneth , Li, Shengli , Liu, Yipeng . Optimal Software Free Trial Strategy: Limited Version, Time-locked, or Hybrid? [J]. | PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT , 2015 , 24 (3) : 504-517 .
MLA Cheng, Hsing Kenneth et al. "Optimal Software Free Trial Strategy: Limited Version, Time-locked, or Hybrid?" . | PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 24 . 3 (2015) : 504-517 .
APA Cheng, Hsing Kenneth , Li, Shengli , Liu, Yipeng . Optimal Software Free Trial Strategy: Limited Version, Time-locked, or Hybrid? . | PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT , 2015 , 24 (3) , 504-517 .
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DIFFERENTIAL IMPACT OF WEB AND MOBILE INTERACTIVITY ON E-RETAILERS' PERFORMANCE SCIE SSCI Scopus
期刊论文 | 2013 , 23 (4) , 325-349 | JOURNAL OF ORGANIZATIONAL COMPUTING AND ELECTRONIC COMMERCE | IF: 0.471
WoS CC Cited Count: 8
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This study investigates the differential impact of machine and person interactivity on both Web and mobile interfaces on e-retailers' operational and financial performance. Based on data from 463 large e-retailers in the United States and Canada, interesting findings are obtained indicating that Web machine interactivity and mobile person interactivity have significantly positive impacts on e-retailers' operational performance, whereas Web person interactivity and mobile machine interactivity do not. Furthermore, machine interactivity on a Web interface (i.e., mobile machine interactivity) has a stronger impact than machine interactivity on mobile interfaces, and person interactivity is more influential on mobile interfaces (i.e., mobile person interactivity) than on Web interfaces (i.e., Web person interactivity). E-retailers' operational performance is found to have a significantly positive impact on e-retailers' financial performance. Overall, this study provides in-depth insights into the differential roles of machine and person interactivity on Web and mobile interfaces in affecting e-retailers' performance. Implications for research and practice as well as suggestions for future research are discussed.

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electronic commerce multichannel retailing mobile commerce person interactivity machine interactivity

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GB/T 7714 Gu, Rui , Oh, Lih-Bin , Wang, Kanliang . DIFFERENTIAL IMPACT OF WEB AND MOBILE INTERACTIVITY ON E-RETAILERS' PERFORMANCE [J]. | JOURNAL OF ORGANIZATIONAL COMPUTING AND ELECTRONIC COMMERCE , 2013 , 23 (4) : 325-349 .
MLA Gu, Rui et al. "DIFFERENTIAL IMPACT OF WEB AND MOBILE INTERACTIVITY ON E-RETAILERS' PERFORMANCE" . | JOURNAL OF ORGANIZATIONAL COMPUTING AND ELECTRONIC COMMERCE 23 . 4 (2013) : 325-349 .
APA Gu, Rui , Oh, Lih-Bin , Wang, Kanliang . DIFFERENTIAL IMPACT OF WEB AND MOBILE INTERACTIVITY ON E-RETAILERS' PERFORMANCE . | JOURNAL OF ORGANIZATIONAL COMPUTING AND ELECTRONIC COMMERCE , 2013 , 23 (4) , 325-349 .
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