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美国作业代写:中国经济增长因变量的研究概述

近年来中国经济的高速增长,意味着中国正在向世界经济引擎的地位迈进。然而,经济快速增长的原因并不主要来自国有企业,相反,国有企业对经济发展的贡献并不大,外国企业的贡献在促进经济起飞中占据了很大的比重。领域的投资,中国政府一直强调的积极影响外国投资和继续改善投资环境,吸引外国公司提高他们的投资在1978年的改革开放之后,另一方面,由于市场迅速扩大的中国低成本生产,以及贫穷的中层管理水平和高员工流失率使这个国家有很强的发展潜力。根据2014年《世界投资报告》,中国已成为世界第一大FDI接受国,超过美国(Santander trade, 2015)。由于投资的增加和生产的扩大,中国现在正面临着能源消耗严重的问题。

作为一名理学硕士水平的研究人员,我的兴趣和动机是探索几个世纪以来为会计发展起来的报告和审计系统如何能够用来处理能源和经济之间的斗争这一复杂和困难的问题。在这方面,中国走的是先进国家创造的道路。中国正在成为一个发达国家,这似乎完全在意料之中。在经济学理论中,传统的会计和利润计量方法只考虑收入的内部成本,而忽略了外部成本。

用于检验的数据样本将考虑来自每个行业的一家外国公司。这些公司将被视为案例研究,以展示中国对能源担忧的反应如何导致这些公司改变能源来源的行动,以及这些改变对能源行业的总体影响。此外,对该公司在新兴市场(印度)和发达市场(英国)的投资活动进行了比较。

数据收集是通过在线政府资源和世界银行等统计数据库完成的。研究需要的数据包括中国的能源消耗、中国的外商投资和会计制度效率。然后对数据进行定性分析,为所选企业的行业应用能耗变化提供依据。

本研究的因变量是中国经济增长,其特点是会计制度透明。自变量包括过去20年多个行业的能源消耗以及外国投资,1994年为基准年。

H1:会计审计在中国降低能源消耗方面确实发挥了重要作用

H2:会计审计实践有助于增加外国投资

H3:外商对华投资增加影响了能源消费。

所有的数据都是定性的研究;主题描述将涵盖如何显示中国审计系统影响投资和减少能源消耗。

本研究的预期结果是,会计制度透明度的提高可能同样会吸引和吓退投资者,因此审计与大规模外国投资之间几乎没有发现联系。此外,预计增加外商在华投资是降低能源消耗的主要影响。

美国作业代写:中国经济增长因变量的研究概述

High-speed growth of Chinese economy over the past few years implies that this country is running to the position of economic engine of the world. While, the reason for rapidly growth is not mainly derived from state-owned business, on the contrary, SOEs do not account much for contributions to economic development, foreign companies contribution is occupied a large portion for promoting economic takeoff. In the field of investment, the Chinese government has always been emphasis on the positive impact of foreign investment and continued to improve the investing environment to attract foreign companies boost their investment after 1978 the year of reform and open, on the other hand because of rapidly expanding market of China with low cost production, as well as poor middle management level and high staff turnover rate making this nation has strong potential of development. According to the World Investment Report of 2014, China has become the number one FDI recipient of the world, ranking ahead of the United States (Santander trade, 2015). As result of increased investment and expanding production, China is now facing the problem of heavy consumption of energy.
As a MSc level researcher, my interest and my motivation is to explore how the reporting and auditing systems developed over centuries for accounting can be used to deal with the complex and difficult issue in regard to battle between energy and economy. In this respect, China is following the path created by advanced countries. This seems wholly to be expected in that China is becoming an advanced country. In terms of economic theory, conventional accounting and profit measurement sets against revenues only internal costs, ignoring externalities.
The data sample for examines will consider one foreign company from each industry. The companies would be considered as case studies to show how response to energy concerns in China has resulted in to the actions by these companies to change the source of energy as well as the impact such changes have in the energy industry in general. In addition, doing comparison with the investing activity of this company in emerging market (India) and developed market (UK).
Data collection is done through online government resources and statistical databases such as World Bank. The data required for the research is energy consumption in China, foreign investment in China, and accounting system efficiency. Data is then analyzed qualitatively for the industry application of energy consumption changes in the selected companies.
The dependent variable in this research is the economic growth of China, which is characterized by a transparent accounting system. The independent variables comprise of energy consumption across multiple industries as well as foreign investment over the last 20 years with 1994 being the base year.
H1: Accounting audit does play an important role in China’s reducing energy consumption
H2: Accounting audit practices have contributed to increased foreign investment
H3: Increased foreign investment in China has influenced energy consumption.
All of the data are qualitative of the research; thematic descriptions will be covered to show how the Chinese audit system influences investment and reducing energy consumption.
The expected findings after carrying out this research is that increased transparency in the account system may attract and scare investors likewise and therefore little connection is found between auditing and mass foreign investment. In addition, it is anticipated that increased foreign investment in China is the leading influence on reducing energy consumption.