Topic Review
Exploring Trend of Commodity Prices
As the supply of commodities forms essential lifelines for modern society, commodity price fluctuations can significantly impact the operation and sustainable development of macroeconomics, production activities, and people’s security and well-being. The commodity trading market also plays a pivotal role in the competition of the international industrial chain and the sustainable development of the industry. 
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Topic Review
Macroeconomic Effects of Energy Price in Korea
Under the double pressure of the Ukrainian–Russian war and the COVID-19 pandemic, the global energy crisis has also engulfed the Korean economy. According to an empirical study using the impulse response function, the results show that an energy price shock causes a decline in production, labor supply, capital stock, and energy consumption, as well as an increase in consumption, wages, the goods price level, inflation, and the deposit interest rate. Meanwhile, variance decomposition findings indicate that the energy price shock has a greater impact on the Korean macroeconomy than other shocks.
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Topic Review
Traceability Information Model for Sustainability of Black Soybean
Traceability information as a solution option becomes an important task for the industry in providing products, preparing sustainable raw materials, and ensuring adequate safety quality. The emergence of these demands makes the industry perform tracking in order to prepare product inventories ranging from raw materials to products that have been produced. Based on these reasons, the scope of this paper is to provide a systematic review of the literature on various aspects of implementing information traceability models and sustainability of supply chain on economic, social, environmental, technological, institutional, and infrastructural dimensions. For this purpose, we use the Scopus, Science Direct, EBSCO Host, and ProQuest databases. We used the PRISMA model to identify, filter, and test for the eligibility of articles to be included. We selected 52 articles contributed by this search engine. We found was that between 2018 to 2021 there was increasing interest in this research. The dominant traceability information model in the article uses blockchain, the rest use operations research (OR), Google Earth Engine (GEE), website-based, Unified Modeling Language (UML), Extensible Markup Language (XML), physical markup language (PML), logit, enterprise resource planning (ERP), soft independent modelling of class analogies (SIMCA), and Spatially Explicit Information on Production to Consumption Systems (SEI-PCS).
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Topic Review
Urban Digitization Governance in Birth Registration Field
Digitization governance is one of the most significant current discussions in the urban governance field. Especially, with the spreading of Blockchain Technology (BCT), researchers have shown an increased interest in the application of the technology in solving birth registration challenges as a digital infrastructure in developing countries.
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Biography
Cary L Cooper
Professor Sir Cary Cooper, CBE, is the author/editor of over 250 books, 400 scholarly articles and the recipient of 8 Honorary Doctorates from leading British Universities, as well as an Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians & Fellow of the Royal Irish College of Physicians (Occupational Medicine section). Professor Cooper was Chair of the Global Agenda Council for Chronic Disease a
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Topic Review
Investigating the Role of Renewable Energy Use
The impact of global warming on the economy, population and environment is one of the most pressing concerns of this era. Since the Industrial Revolution, human's increased dependence on fossil fuels has worsened both global warming and climate change. It is feasible to connect the rise of urbanization to both economic growth and the structure of that growth.
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Biography
FRANK LI
Professor Li received his PhD degree in Finance from W.P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University, and two masters degrees (MBA: international business/MIS; MS: Computer Science) from University of Missouri at Kansas City. His work experience includes various analyst and management positions in an international bank, a personal credit company, a small pharmaceutical consulting firm, a
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Biography
Phemelo Tamasiga
Dr. Phemelo is a mathematical economist with experience in international trade, risk management in both policy spaces and financial services industry. He received training on mathematical models and methods to economics and finance from University of Paris 1 Pantheon Sorbonne (France) and Bielefeld University (Germany). His rearch interests revolve around laveraging from fintech technology as an e
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Topic Review
Effects of Cap-and-Trade Mechanism
Toward sustainability, the insurer explicitly captures the credit risk from the borrowing firms, participating in the cap-and-trade scheme to reduce carbon emissions, an essential issue of carbon emission and environmental protection when facing gray rhino threats. In addition, the energy economics and policy analysis are from the fund-providing insurer’s perspective. Green lending policies and life insurance policy loans (i.e., disintermediation related to insurance stability) are crucial to managers and regulators, particularly bridging the borrowing-firm carbon transactions for carbon emission reductions toward sustainability.
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Topic Review
Green R&D Financing Strategy in Platform Supply Chain
Platform enterprises can improve green R&D efficiency by data-driven marketing (DDM) activities and can also provide financing assistance to manufacturers. 
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