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. 3 No. 2 (2019): July - December 2019
This is the 6th issue of Chinese Journal of Social Science and Management (CJSSM) marking the 3rd anniversary of the journal. In this 3-year, we have successfully published 48 research and academic articles from local and international institutions. We are grateful for all supports from the contributors and reviewers, with these supports our journal is constantly developing and improving. Moreover, we appreciate the editorial team for their efforts and especially the desire for excellence. Holding on this attitude, in this issue, we have increased our associate editors from two to five persons who are from different areas of expertise. This is to ensure that we have corresponding experts for all the submitted manuscripts to provide valuable comments and recommendations. Eventually strengthen the quality of the journal.
In this issue, we have accepted ten manuscripts from universities comprising Payapiwat Institute of Management, Dhurakij Pundit University, Stamford International University, Hubei Business College, Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications, and Heilongjiang Polytechnic. Among them, nine are research papers covering the attitude, willingness and behavior of residents’s participation in rural tourism destinations; the relationships among tourism perceived value, satisfaction and revisit intention on Guizhou tourist attractions; the tourism motivation and consumption behavior of rural residents in Hubei province; the external influence factors of the growth stages for small and micro creative enterprise under Miao cultural of China; the impact of anticipated regret on impulse online shopping; the siting of nodes of high-speed train courier logistics network; the tourist destination image of Guizhou province and the brand building strategy of ASEAN; the effects of learning difficulties on compulsive buying behavior; the impact of information disclosure on IPO performance based on an empirical research of Chinese GEM listed companies. There is one academic paper focusing on the promotion of the peaceful development of cross-straits relations and explore “two systems” of Taiwan program to accomplish the great cause of national reunification.
Lastly, we are now in the process of collaborating with a renowned database company in China with the hope that CJSSM can be available on that platform so that we can greatly improve the exposure of the articles and increase the opportunity for academic cooperation. Hopefully, we can make a good news to you all in the next issue.