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Institutions, ownership, and finance

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We examine the wealth effects of three regulatory changes designed to improve minorityshareholder protection in the Chinese stock markets. Using the value of a firm’s related-party transactions as an inverse proxy for the quality of corporate governance, we find that firms with weaker governance experienced significantly larger abnormal returns around announcements of the new regulations than did firms with stronger governance. This evidence indicates that securities-market regulation can be effective in protecting minority shareholders from expropriation in a country with weak judicial enforcement. We also find that firms with ...
which offered the means to finance public and private debt and to sell residual corporate ownership; and money markets, which offered banks a source of liquidity and provided the Bank of Japan with a tool to implement monetary policy .
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Ownership, Institutions, and Capital Structure: Evidence from ...
Jan 26, 2006 ... percentage state ownership in SOEs is the highest, at 83 percent on average, ... million yuan), and its total assets exceeds 400 million yuan ...... 2005, Institutions, ownership, and finance: The determinants of profit ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Ownership, Institutions, and Capital Structure: Evidence from China
is RMB 70.8 (17.2) million yuan, and the standard deviation of sales is RMB 511.4 million ..... ownership and institutional variables alone explain 3.2 and 0.2 percent, ..... 2005, Institutions, ownership, and finance: The determinants ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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The Globalization of Financial Institutions:
Institutions, ownership, and finance: the determinants of profit reinvestment among. Chinese firms. Journal of Financial Economics 77, 117-146. ...
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If acquiring ownership of things was no longer the focus of our ...
I'm not talking about either socialistic or comunisitic economies, I'm asking what would happen if we were no longer driven to own or posses things on a perpetual basis? Keeping in mind that the only significant right that accompanies ownership is the right to dispose of the asset. What would continue to motivate you to be productive and contribute to society? How would it impact on institutions? What new kind of economic model would work? posted 2 months ago in Corporate Law , Change Management | Closed Share This This was selected as Best Answer Leaving aside that ownership is never perpetual except in the case of a ...
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Of course the government should ENCOURAGE home ownership. What they should not do is pass any legislation concerning home ownership, and stay out of the market, and not encourage financial institutions to make loans that they receiver has no means of repaying. :-( 2 years ago Asker's Rating: Asker's Comment: allright... would have been better if there was more detail There are currently no comments for this question. * You must be logged into Answers to add comments. Sign in or Register . Member since: April 12, 2007 Total points: 14265 (Level 6) Government should stick to government and not involve itself in the market.