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Study of Working Intention on Overseas State-Aided Construction Projects under the Policy of One Belt One Road for Beijing Stated-Owned Enterprises

Junhao Chen


This research studies the working intention of the employee from Beijing Stated-Owned Enterprises with their attitudes
toward the working condition in an overseas state-aided construction project. With the Belt and Road initiative reflecting China’s
economic, political, and strategic advantages overseas, the development of infrastructure connectivity becomes inevitable. The
three research objectives are: to analyze the influence mechanism of the willingness to continue working overseas of the staff of the
current state-aided construction projects; to explore the relationship between policy, overseas mission, work responsibility, culture,
workers compensation, and policy; to suggest a better approach in enhancing the overseas working conditions.


Working Intention; Overseas State-Aided Construction Project; One Belt One Road

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v6i15.5166