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Economic value added adoption in Chinese SOEs-a case of evolutionary change

Economic value added adoption in Chinese SOEs-a case of evolutionary change
Economic value added adoption in Chinese SOEs-a case of evolutionary change
Led by the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council (SASAC), the Chinese government has adopted a residual income (RI) index since 2010 when assessing the performance of the 129 state owned enterprises (SOEs) under direct administration of Central Government, known as central SOEs, after a three-year trial.

This study explored how actors interact during the new index adoption process. The actors include SASAC as an agent of state interests and the scheme promoter, and the management of SOEs at both group and business unit level.

The project aims to:

establish the evolution of performance measures in Chinese central SOEs and explore the motives behind
explore the effects of RI adoption on strategic, managerial and operational decision making at both group and business unit level
analyse the relationships and the interactions between actors during RI implementation.

A case study approach is used to interview key officials in charge of performance evaluation, the chief financial officers (CFOs) and the business unit managers of four case companies.
978-1-85971-772-1
Chartered Global Management Accountant
Li, Pingli
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Tang, Guliang
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Dai, N.T.
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Li, Pingli
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Tang, Guliang
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Dai, N.T.
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Li, Pingli, Tang, Guliang and Dai, N.T. (2012) Economic value added adoption in Chinese SOEs-a case of evolutionary change London, GB. Chartered Global Management Accountant 13pp.

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Abstract

Led by the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council (SASAC), the Chinese government has adopted a residual income (RI) index since 2010 when assessing the performance of the 129 state owned enterprises (SOEs) under direct administration of Central Government, known as central SOEs, after a three-year trial.

This study explored how actors interact during the new index adoption process. The actors include SASAC as an agent of state interests and the scheme promoter, and the management of SOEs at both group and business unit level.

The project aims to:

establish the evolution of performance measures in Chinese central SOEs and explore the motives behind
explore the effects of RI adoption on strategic, managerial and operational decision making at both group and business unit level
analyse the relationships and the interactions between actors during RI implementation.

A case study approach is used to interview key officials in charge of performance evaluation, the chief financial officers (CFOs) and the business unit managers of four case companies.

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Published date: 5 November 2012
Organisations: Centre of Excellence in Decision, Analytics & Risk Research

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Local EPrints ID: 368871
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/368871
ISBN: 978-1-85971-772-1
PURE UUID: 759c3f9d-4119-4b65-b85e-e17d00043a92

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Date deposited: 17 Sep 2014 13:49
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 01:42

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