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ISSN (Print) 2029-4913 - ISSN (Online) 2029-4921
Published by Vilnius Gediminas Technical University Homepage  [15 journals]
  • A cross-platform market structure analysis method using online product
           reviews

    • Authors: Gang Kou, Pei Yang, Yi Peng, Hui Xiao, Feng Xiao, Yang Chen, Fawaz E. Alsaadi
      Pages: 992 - 1018
      Abstract: Studies have shown that online product reviews can indicate the position of a competitive brand. Even though reviews on different platforms may express different opinions, most studies are based on only one platform. This may lead to an inaccurate analysis of market structure. To solve this problem, we develop a novel market structure analysis based on multi-attribute group decision-making which can integrate reviews from different platforms. Multiple platforms more comprehensively reflect the market than single platforms do. To verify the effectiveness of the proposed method, we conduct a case study of mobile phone reviews across three top e-commerce platforms in China. In addition, we propose a process to generate priorities for product-attribute improvements using a cross-platform market structure analysis method. Our experiments demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed method.
      PubDate: 2021-08-18
      DOI: 10.3846/tede.2021.12005
      Issue No: Vol. 27, No. 5 (2021)
       
  • An enhancement EDAS method based on Prospect Theory

    • Authors: Yuhan Huang, Rui Lin, Xudong Chen
      Pages: 1019 - 1038
      Abstract: Decision-making is the process of carefully considering multiple options and choosing the best one. The EDAS (evaluation based on distance from average solution) method has been studied in many multi-attributes decision-making (MADM) problem which assumes decisionmaking under absolute rationality. However, people usually show the characteristics of bounded rationality in the real decision-making process. Prospect theory (PT) utilizes gains and losses relative to the reference point to explain this phenomenon better. In this paper, an enhancement EDAS method based on PT will be proposed, which shows better properties in practice. We apply the traditional EDAS method and enhancement EDAS method to the same case and we utilize the sensitivity analysis and comparative analysis to analyze their performances. The result shows that our approach has a superiority compared with the traditional EDAS method. The methods we present are of great significance for investment decision-making problems, new product development, design plan selection and supplier selection.
      PubDate: 2021-08-19
      DOI: 10.3846/tede.2021.15038
      Issue No: Vol. 27, No. 5 (2021)
       
  • Corporate bankruptcy and insolvency prediction model

    • Authors: Alina Daniela Voda, Gabriela Dobrotă, Diana Mihaela Țîrcă, Dănuț Dumitru Dumitrașcu, Dan Dobrotă
      Pages: 1039 - 1056
      Abstract: In any competitive economy, the risk of bankruptcy is pervasive. The research aims to contribute in improving the predictive power of bankruptcy and insolvency risk among companies by introducing new methods of processing and validation. This paper investigates the extensive application of the Z score model for predicting the economic-financial stability of Romanian companies in the manufacturing and extractive industries. A list of 37 financial indicators determined on the basis of the balance sheet data of 80 companies for the period 2015–2018 was used. Stepwise Least Squares Estimation through the Forward method allowed the identification of the most relevant ones. Canonical discriminant analysis and sensitivity analyzes were introduced to test the predictive power of the model. The new model identified allows both the prediction of bankruptcy and insolvency risk. This study contributes to the literature by testing variables in relation to financial difficulties and by including other classification information. The robustness of the determined canonical discriminant function was verified by testing the model on two other samples.
      PubDate: 2021-08-19
      DOI: 10.3846/tede.2021.15106
      Issue No: Vol. 27, No. 5 (2021)
       
  • Tax support evaluation for R&D activities of companies

    • Authors: Martina Cernikova, Sarka Hyblerova
      Pages: 1057 - 1071
      Abstract: The article evaluates the impact of tax support for R&D on the volume of R&D outputs generated by companies. The number of patent applications was chosen as the R&D metric for business output. Both linear dependence using linear regression and non-linear dependence using decision trees were used within the research. The significance of indirect support in the context of other sources of funding R&D activities of companies was primarily assessed. The dependence of the number of patent applications on individual sources of financing of the Business Enterprise Expenditure on R&D was examined. Even after scaling variables, the research in the period under review confirmed the strongest dependence between the number of patent applications and the financial resources provided by the Business enterprise sector for all countries surveyed. Subsequently, the model reduced by the impact of Business enterprise sector resources was created. Of the three remaining variables considered, the analysis showed the strongest dependence of the number of patent applications on the amount of indirect support. The research points to the fact that impact of tax support on the volume of relevant R&D outputs is relatively significant.
      PubDate: 2021-08-19
      DOI: 10.3846/tede.2021.15147
      Issue No: Vol. 27, No. 5 (2021)
       
  • Relations between infrastructure innovations and tourism spending in
           developed countries: a macroeconomic perspective

    • Authors: Beata Gavurova, Jaroslav Belas, Katarina Valaskova, Martin Rigelsky, Viera Ivankova
      Pages: 1072 - 1094
      Abstract: Tourism spending as well as innovations are characterized by great economic value, which emphasizes the need for their research from a macroeconomic perspective. The objective of the research was to assess the significance of the relations between infrastructure innovations and tourism spending in a sample of developed countries. The analytical processes included macroeconomic indicators expressing tourism spending and innovations. The research sample consisted of 36 countries of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) (2010–2019). The analytical processes were primarily performed using robust panel regression and cluster analysis. One of the most important findings is that innovations in information and communication technologies (ICTs) were dominant in terms of the effects on tourism visitors' spending. The results showed that innovations in other areas of infrastructure (general infrastructure, ecological sustainability) should not be neglected either. The significant effects of selected innovation indicators showed positive trajectories. As a result, with the strengthening of innovation activities, an increase in tourism spending is expected, which may lead to economic development. It can be assumed that innovation efforts in countries such as Mexico, the Slovak Republic and Turkey could have great potential for improvement. Based on the results, innovations should be considered a part of tourism development strategies, while ICTs play an important role in this issue. It is desirable to support effective tools to increase the number of innovations in tourism. These innovation efforts at the national level may translate into higher tourism spending, which appears to be economically beneficial.
      PubDate: 2021-08-26
      DOI: 10.3846/tede.2021.15361
      Issue No: Vol. 27, No. 5 (2021)
       
  • City-level hukou-based labor market discrimination and migrant
           entrepreneurship in China

    • Authors: Jie Chen, Mingzhi Hu
      Pages: 1095 - 1118
      Abstract: A previously undocumented association between city-level degree of hukou-based labor market discrimination and migrant’s individual entrepreneurship engagement is examined. Applying the Oaxaca–Blinder decomposition analysis on the micro data from the China Migrants Dynamic Survey (CMDS) suggests that hukou-based labor market discrimination can on average explain a 6.3% differential in personal income for rural migrants relative to otherwise identical urban migrants. A one standard deviation increase in a city’s average hukou-based labor market discrimination is associated with roughly 2.9 percentage point higher of entrepreneurship rate among rural migrants, holding other things equal. Furthermore, city-level hukou-based labor market discrimination is associated with much higher propensity for engagement in necessitybased entrepreneurship compared with opportunity-based entrepreneurship. Our empirical work also suggests that the association between city-level hukou discrimination and migrant entrepreneurship is more prominent for people with middle level of education, young people, married people, and renters. Policy implications of these findings are discussed. First published online 05 July 2021
      PubDate: 2021-08-31
      DOI: 10.3846/tede.2021.15006
      Issue No: Vol. 27, No. 5 (2021)
       
  • Economic growth, air pollution, and government environmental regulation:
           evidence from 287 prefecture-level cities in China

    • Authors: Jiandong Chen, Jie Qi, Ming Gao, Yijing Li, Malin Song
      Pages: 1119 - 1141
      Abstract: Air pollution control is crucial for promoting the modernization of governance systems and efficiency. To address the subjective contrived factors and errors in the gross domestic product (GDP) data in traditional statistical almanacs, our study aims to construct a panel data model of 287 prefecture-level cities for the period from 1998–2016 (using objective nighttime light data). We also used government work report words related to environmental regulation to characterize the constraints of government environmental regulations. For this purpose, we used instrumental variables (to explore the relationship and interaction between air pollution and economic growth) and a model setting, with which we carried out regression analysis and robustness tests; the findings were validated using a transmission mechanism hypothesis. We found that that economic growth and air pollution positively influence each other and government environmental regulations significantly reduce air pollution. We also found that to achieve high economic development, environmental pollution must be controlled to avoid further damage to human and material capital. Furthermore, government environmental regulations can help improve the environmental comfort level and economic development quality. First published online 7 June 2021
      PubDate: 2021-08-31
      DOI: 10.3846/tede.2021.14875
      Issue No: Vol. 27, No. 5 (2021)
       
  • CEE labour markets – homogeneity or diversity'

    • Authors: Ewa Rollnik-Sadowska, Marta Jarocka
      Pages: 1142 - 1158
      Abstract: The aim of the article is to assess real changes taking place on CEE labour markets over the last fifteen years, taking into account as the initial point of analysis – 2004, i.e. the moment of extension of the EU by the first CEE countries and as a final point of analysis – 2019. The research was conducted in two stages. The authors made comparisons with the use of the TOPSIS method, which allowed for creating rankings of CEE countries in terms of labour market situation in the analysed years. The second stage of the study involved the analysis of relations between employment and GDP by an estimation of the multiple regression model. The conducted analysis proves that CEE countries are diversified when it comes to the labour market situation. These countries are also characterized by significant dynamics of changes in the labour market. First published online 05 July 2021
      PubDate: 2021-08-31
      DOI: 10.3846/tede.2021.15014
      Issue No: Vol. 27, No. 5 (2021)
       
  • Sustainable development in education – automating curriculum
           assessment

    • Authors: Claudiu Vințe, Ion Smeureanu, Marian Dârdală, Adriana Reveiu
      Pages: 1159 - 1185
      Abstract: The perpetual need for developing a sustainable economic environment places the education policies at the foundation of social adaptability. Creating and maintaining curriculum content that meets the demands of a continuously changing society, and the challenges that such a rapid evolution put on the labour market, is one of the top priorities for any education system and institution involved in education at any level. This paper proposes a cognitive computing solution for assessing, in a programmatic manner, large corpora of curriculum content created by teachers from lower secondary education environment for Informatics instruction in Romanian schools. The result of this initiative at the national level is corpora of curricular content that must be evaluated to verify the degree to which the material meets the requirements of the national curriculum. We addressed this crucial yet tedious process by designing and implementing a solution for automating curriculum assessment through cognitive computing. The paper outlines a sustainable framework to evaluate curriculum content in an automated fashion, and for providing critical feedback timely to both content creators, and to policy makers responsible for creating economically viable and future adaptable education strategies. First published online 05 July 2021
      PubDate: 2021-08-31
      DOI: 10.3846/tede.2021.15018
      Issue No: Vol. 27, No. 5 (2021)
       
  • CPT-TODIM method for interval-valued bipolar fuzzy multiple attribute
           group decision making and application to industrial control security
           service provider selection

    • Authors: Mengwei Zhao, Guiwu Wei, Yanfeng Guo, Xudong Chen
      Pages: 1186 - 1206
      Abstract: In recent years, a series of serious attacks against industrial control system (ICS), such as Stuxnet, Duqu, Flame and Havex, have sounded the alarm for industrial enterprises. For many industrial enterprises, it is a very important part of enterprise management decisions to evaluate ICS security suppliers and choose the appropriate one as a partner. The purpose of this paper is to build the TODIM method based on cumulative prospect theory (CPT-TODIM) to solve multiattribute group decision making problem under interval-valued bipolar fuzzy environment. This extraordinary model not only uses CPT to supplement the traditional TODIM method, but also introduces the entropy weight method to determine the attribute weight so as to avoid the negative influence of subjective weight on the decision result. In addition, in this model, all attribute evaluation information will be interval-valued bipolar fuzzy number (IVBFN) to cope with complex and fuzzy decision environment. Then, the most important part of this paper, we elaborate on the logical structure of the model. What’s more, in the last two sections, we apply this newly constructed model to the selection of ICS security suppliers, and verify the acceptability of this method by sensitivity analysis and comparing with IVBFWA and IVBFWG operator. First published online 05 July 2021
      PubDate: 2021-08-31
      DOI: 10.3846/tede.2021.15044
      Issue No: Vol. 27, No. 5 (2021)
       
  • A criterion utility conversion technique for probabilistic linguistic
           multiple criteria analysis in emergency management

    • Authors: Rui Qin, Huchang Liao, Lisheng Jiang
      Pages: 1207 - 1226
      Abstract: In multiple criteria decision making (MCDM), the even swaps method uses the relationships of criteria to make trade-offs but the burdens of experts are heavy; the linear programming technique for multidimensional analysis of preference (LINMAP) method cannot deal with the inter-dependencies among criteria but the cognitive burdens of experts are low. Taking the advantages of both these methods, this study proposes a criterion utility conversion (CUC) technique to solve probabilistic linguistic MCDM problems given that the probabilistic linguistic term set (PLTS) can reflect the psychology of experts when making evaluations. The utility conversion process is first proposed based on the marginal utilities of criteria. Then, the criterion preference ratios of experts are refined from the utility conversion process. Based on the criterion preference ratios and the operations of PLTSs, the adjusted probabilistic linguistic expected values of alternatives are calculated. The consistency and inconsistency indexes of alternatives and criteria are defined to set up the linear programming used to work out the criterion preference ratios. An illustration about the selection of emergency logistics supplier is given to validate the proposed method. The comparative analysis indicates the low cognitive burden, high stability, and strong applicability of the proposed method. First published online 05 July 2021
      PubDate: 2021-08-31
      DOI: 10.3846/tede.2021.15051
      Issue No: Vol. 27, No. 5 (2021)
       
  • A new hybrid fuzzy PSI-PIPRECIA-CoCoSo MCDM based approach to solving the
           transportation company selection problem

    • Authors: Alptekin Ulutaş, Gabrijela Popovic, Pavle Radanov, Dragisa Stanujkic, Darjan Karabasevic
      Pages: 1227 - 1249
      Abstract: Nowadays, customers are not only interested in the quality of products, but they also want to have these products in a timely manner. The managers of an organization are faced with two problems when the distribution of products is in question, namely: (1) customers are usually geographically dispersed and (2) transportation should be performed in a cost-effective way. Although managers may have a significant experience and formal knowledge, decisions connected with the selection of an appropriate transportation company may very often be biased. For the purpose of avoiding making the inadequate decisions that might harm the operation of the organization, the application of a hybrid MCDM model is proposed in this paper. The proposed model consists of three fuzzy MCDM methods, including: the PIPRECIA, the PSI, and the CoCoSo methods. The fuzzy-PIPRECIA method is used to achieve the subjective weights of criteria, whereas the fuzzy-PSI method is used to obtain the objective weights of criteria. Fuzzy-CoCoSo is utilized to rank alternative transportation companies according to their performances. The possibilities of the proposed hybrid model are tested on a real case study pointed at the selection of an appropriate company for the transportation of ready-garments to retailers in Turkey. First published online 07 July 2021
      PubDate: 2021-08-31
      DOI: 10.3846/tede.2021.15058
      Issue No: Vol. 27, No. 5 (2021)
       
  • Financial cycles in the economy and in economic research: a case study in
           China

    • Authors: Yong Qin, Zeshui Xu, Xinxin Wang, Marinko Škare, Małgorzata Porada-Rochoń
      Pages: 1250 - 1279
      Abstract: This work explores the relationship between financial cycles in the economy and in economic research. To this aim, we take China as an empirical example, and an intuitive bibliometric analysis of selected terms concerning financial cycles in economic research is performed first. Both in the economy and in economic research, we then conduct singular spectrum analysis to further isolate and describe the specific length and amplitude of financial cycles for China based on quarterly time-series data. Finally, according to the estimated cycles that detrended by Hodrick-Prescott filter for financial and bibliometric variables, the Granger causality test scrutinizes the results of the first two steps. Moreover, a time-varying parameter vector autoregression model is estimated to quantitatively investigate the time-varying interaction between financial and bibliometric variables. Our study shows that financial cycles have a strong effect on the developments in the financial-related literature. In particular, the 2008 global financial crisis’s impulse intensity is significantly higher than in other periods. Surprisingly, discussions on financial cycles in the literature also have an impact on financial activities in real life. These findings contribute to nascent work on the patterns in financial cycles, thus providing a new and effective insight on the interpretation of financial activities.
      PubDate: 2021-10-05
      DOI: 10.3846/tede.2021.15439
      Issue No: Vol. 27, No. 5 (2021)
       
  • Corrigendum: Modelling consumer satisfaction based on online reviews using
           the improved Kano model from the perspective of risk attitude and
           aspiration

    • Authors: Meng Zhao, Chenxi Zhang, Yiqi Hu, Zeshui Xu, Hao Liu
      Pages: 1280 - 1280
      Abstract: Meng Zhao, Chenxi Zhang, Yiqi Hu, Zeshui Xu, Hao Liu, authors of the article “Modelling consumer satisfaction based on online reviews using the improved Kano model from the perspective of risk attitude and aspiration”, published in Technological and Economic Development of Economy, 27(3), 550–582, https://doi.org/10.3846/tede.2021.14223 inform that names of the second, third and fourth authors appeared with hyphens and would like to make the following correction in the authorship as follows: Meng ZHAO, Chenxi ZHANG, Yiqi HU, Zeshui XU, Hao LIU The authors regret the error.
      PubDate: 2021-10-05
      DOI: 10.3846/tede.2021.15429
      Issue No: Vol. 27, No. 5 (2021)
       
 
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