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Bridging Governance Gap with Political CSR
(Greenleaf Publishing, 2015)
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) has attracted varied applications in management. This chapter contribution provides evidence of a political CSR where multinational corporations (MNCs) are complementing government’s ...
Initial Public Offerings in China: Underpricing, Statistics and Developing Literature
We review more than two decades of literature on initial public offerings (IPOs) in China, discussing the research hypotheses that have been studied as well as the main findings. We summarize past and current developments ...
The Modern Corporation Statement on Economics
From the early decades of the twentieth century, a dominant characteristic of the modern “capitalist” corporation, especially in the United States, was the separation of asset ownership in the form of publicly traded shares ...
The effects of ownership change on bank performance and risk exposure: Evidence from Indonesia
This study investigates the effects of ownership change on the performance and exposure to risk of 60 Indonesian commercial banks over the period 2005–2012. We find that state-owned banks tend to be less profitable and ...
Credit information, consolidation and credit market performance: Bank-level evidence from developing countries
Paying particular attention to the degree of banking market concentration in developing countries, this paper examines the effect of credit information sharing on bank lending. Using bank-level data from African countries ...
Developing entrepreneurship in Africa: investigating critical resource challenges
Purpose – By drawing upon institutional theory, the purpose of this paper is to investigate the role of four critical resources (credit, electricity, contract enforcement and political governance) in explaining the ...