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Macro Management & Public Policies

ISSN: 2661-3360 (Online)

Vol. 2 , Iss. 2 (June 2020)


  • Medical Tourism Market and Inter-Stakeholders’ Relations in Turkey: A Comparative Investigation From Reverse Innovation and Destination Governance Viewpoint

    Dorian Aliu, Hakki Cilginoglu, Armando Aliu

    Article ID: 1169
    321  (Abstract) 44  (Download)


    This study aims to analyze inter-stakeholders’ interactions, destination governance, reverse innovation and the tasks of central government within the Turkish medical tourism market. The investigation’s objective is to shed light on scientists and practitioners regarding to what extent medical tourism is affected by stakeholders. Likewise, the originality of this investigation is that this study is... More

  • Research on China’s Population Structure in the New Situation

    Jingxuan Cui, Mengshuai Yin, Zerong Liu

    Article ID: 1659
    221  (Abstract) 39  (Download)


    To analyze the impact of the “two-child policy” on the population size and structure, first of all, the birth rate, the ratio of men and women, and the ratio of urban and rural population are used as indicators. Before and after the dispersion, then establish a PDE model, and compare it with the population predicted... More

  • Talent demand and urban development in City A

    Ouya Hao, Ningzhou Li, Yidu Lian

    Article ID: 1664
    203  (Abstract) 39  (Download)

    Abstract: The introduction of talent programs is one of the key programs in many cities in recent years. In order to “encourage and enrich the people and innovate the city”, cities such as Beijing, Shanghai, Wuhan, Chengdu, Xi’an and Shenzhen are using various attractive policies to compete for talents. Based on this, this paper uses BP... More