Corporate Finance and Governance in China

Corporate Finance and Governance in China

China’s impressive economic development and success are attracting the attention of academics, policy makers and practitioners around the world. Due to its unique institutional background, the corporate structure and governance of Chinese firms are very different from those in developed markets. Furthermore, fast growth of the Chinese economy and regulatory changes make Chinese studies on corporate finance and governance outdated quite quickly. This e-book contributes to our understanding of the corporate finance and governance practice and recent developments in China.

The papers in this special issue provide detailed discussions on the unique institutional features in the Chinese capital market and how these features shape corporate behaviour and governance in China. "

CEO’s Political Connections, Institutions and Audit Opinions,Detecting fraud in Chinese listed company balance sheets,Evaluating the Tracking Performance and Tracking Error of New Zealand Exchange Traded Funds,How Important Are Earnings Announcements in China?,Long Memory Volatility in Asian Stock Markets,Ownership structure, corporate governance and investment efficiency of Chinese listed firms,Section Header,The Association of Earnings Quality with Corporate Performance: Evidence from the Emerging Market of China,The impact of religiosity on corporate loans and maturity structure: Evidence from China ,The impact of VC backing on the corporate governance of Chinese IPOs,The Practice and Recent Development of Corporate Finance and Governance in China

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