• A Lacanian Psychoanalytic Interpretation of Alice Munro’s Who Do You Think You Are?

    The short story collection Who Do You Think You Are? by Canadian writer Alice Munro, who won the Nobel Prize in literature in 2013. It takes the heroine's pursuit of who am I as the mainline, shows the complex psychological changes and living conditions of female characters in different stages and circumstances, and reflects that the construction of female identity is a continuous process of constantly understanding, adjusting, and surpassing ego. Lacanian psychoanalysis takes the subject as the core and connects the subject, the other, and desire through the framework of the Imaginary Order, the Symbolic Order, and the Real Order. Only through the resistance and struggle of the subject can we break the confusion of the subject's illusion in the Imaginary Order and the multiple suppression of the other and desire in the Symbolic Order, and finally find the true ego. This essay analyzes Munro's deep thinking on women's problem, which is that women should hold a positive psychology and development vision to complete identity construction and establish a harmonious and beautiful life community in modern society.
  • Analysis Of The Change Law Of The Concentration Of Major Atmospheric Pollutants In Mian Yang

    By analyzing the monitoring data of the main pollutants (NO2, CO, SO2, O3, PM2.5, PM10) in the atmosphere of Mian yang from 2017 to 2021, this paper reveals the changes in the annual and seasonal concentrations of various pollutants during this period, and proposes measures to control air pollution, to provide a preliminary reference for improving the air quality of Mian yang.
  • Case Research: U.K. Corporate Governance Code 2010

    In 2010, a new code of Corporate Governance was issued in the UK. In this paper, we make a comment on the impact of this code in combination with the important problems encountered by large enterprises in the past 10 years, such as strikes, employee supervision, etc.
  • Do CFO Statuses Influence Corporate Liquidity Decisions?-Evidence From China

    Based on the unique cultural environment in China and from the unique perspective of the CFO (Chief Financial Officer) in corporate senior management, we systematically examine and analyze the impact of CFO status on corporate liquidity decisions. Using the data of A-share listed companies in the Shanghai Stock Exchange and Shenzhen Stock Exchange from 2014 to 2019 and empirical analysis, we find that the CFO status is a key to corporate governance, especially liquidity decisions. Our results show that CFO status influences the cash holding level while positively influencing the financial leverage. Our study helps improve corporate governance structure and the decision-making process.