Chinese Journal of Social Science and Management
Chinese Journal of Social Science and Management has been published on a continuous basis since B.E. 2560 (A.D. 2017). It has been certified by the Thai Journal Citation Index Centre (TCI) as being in the Second Group of Journals in Humanities and Social Sciences. To publish and disseminate academic articles in humanities and social sciences including those in the fields of business administration, management science, liberal arts, education, communication arts, and other related fields for academics, researchers, instructors, students, and the general public.
Vol. 4 No. 2 (2020): July - December 2020
With Covid 19 vaccinations being rolled out in many countries, people are slowly beginning to take stock of the pandemic. First and foremost in everybody’s mind is the suffering and loss, which millions around the world are still grappling with. The virus has forced us to change our way of socializing and working, and has been a major catalyst for the online operations of organisations around the world, including CJSSM.
In the “post-pandemic” era, we believe that online submission, revision, review, and editing will become more broadly adopted. Throughout the global pandemic, our editorial team and peers have continuously strived to ensure that this platform maintains its standards, and to guarantee that journal operations, especially the editing, is carried out in a rigorous and orderly fashion.
In the 8th issue of CJSSM, we have accepted ten manuscripts from academics and researchers from international and local institutions, including Panyapiwat Institute of Management, Mae Fah Luang University, Baise University, Dhurakij Pundit University, Guangxi Arts University, Chulalongkorn University, Suan Dusit University, Huachiew Chalermprakiet University. These studies comprise topics such as the error analysis of Chinese three-syllable idioms by Thai intermediate and advanced level learners; the influence of website homogeneity and consumer behavioral intentions; the effect of behavioral cultural intelligence, personality and academic performance on perceived well-being among international Chinese college students in Thailand; the localization process of Sing Siam Daily; a comparative analysis of the tones between Northern Thai dialect Taiyuan language and Mandarin; the relationship between the internalization and externalization on empirical study of tacit knowledge transfer of Chinese Wushu; the effect of executive compensation contract reference point and its influence on ineffective investment and financial performance; the organizational legitimacy restoration; the relationship between performance expectation and R&D investment in Chinese A-shares listed manufacturing companies; the empirical research on Internet marketing of micro-profit project.
As well as being available on the TCI and Panyapiwat Institute of Management platforms, those who are interested in reading our articles may also access the materials on the CNKI platform. This will certainly be a help readers especially in China. We believe that by providing access through another well-known platform like CNKI, the journal can increase its exposure and increase opportunities for future academic collaboration.