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An examination of Chinese responses to sustainability accountability: the move towards ecological civilization from a Foucauldian episteme-change perspective
(: ISDRS and theCenter for Environmental and Sustainability Research, School of Science and Technology, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, 2016-07)
This paper considers that the contingencies in place in China around sustainability are unique for a major emerging economy. Chinese actors in the sustainability network are dominated by government, not corporations, and ...
Making great minds think alike: Emerging market multinational firms' leadership effects on targets' employee psychological safety after cross-border mergers and acquisitions
This paper examines the impact of leadership on targets’ employee psychological safety (EPS), characterized by employees’ expectation of job and remuneration stability, during the cross-border mergers and acquisitions ...
Executive shareholding, compensation, and analyst forecast of Chinese firms
(Taylor and Francis, 2016-08-03)
We examine the impact of executive and leadership shareholding and cash compensation on analyst forecast error and dispersion as proxies for information asymmetry. We find that firms pay higher compensation (or excess ...
Multiple Large Shareholders, Excess Leverage and Tunneling: Evidence from an Emerging Market
Manuscript Type: Empirical Research Question/Issue: Past empirical efforts in corporate governance have examined the effects of large shareholders with the excess control rights on tunneling activities. However, no study ...
Effects of Foreign Acquisitions on Financial constraints, Productivity and Investment in R&D of Target Firms in China
This paper examines whether foreign acquisitions lessen financial constraints, improve investment in research & development (R&D) and productivity of the target firms in China based on a sample of 914 cross-border mergers ...
Who gets caught for corruption when corruption is pervasive? Evidence from China's anti-bribery blacklist
(Taylor & Francis, 2016-05-14)
This article empirically investigates why in a corruption-pervasive country only a minority of the firms get caught for bribery while the majority get away with it. By matching manufacturing firms to a blacklist of bribers ...