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2009 Working Paper Series

No. Authors Title
2009-1 Vikas Mehrotra, Dimitri van Schaik, Jaap Spronk and Onno Steenbeek Creditor-Focused Corporate Governance: Evidence from Mergers and Acquisitions in Japan
2009-2 Debin Ma Law and Economic Change in Traditional China: A Comparative Perspective
2009-3 Robert C. Allen, Jean-Pascal Bassino, Debin Ma, Christine Moll-Murata and Jan Luiten van Zanden Wages, Prices, and Living Standards in China, 1738-1925: in Comparison with Europe, Japan, and India
2009-4 Jung-Wook Shim The Existence of Neptoism: Evidence from Japanese Family Firms (in Japanese only)
2009-5 Morten Bennedsen and Kasper Meisner Nielsen Incentive and Entrenchment Effects in European Ownership
2009-6 Joseph P.H. Fan, TJ Wong and Tianyu Zhang Founder Succession and Accounting Properties
2009-7 Hiroyuki Okamuro, Masatoshi Kato and Yuji Honjo Determinants of R&D Cooperation in Japanese High-tech Start-ups
2009-8 Bill Francis, Iftekhar Hasan, Michael Koetter, and Qiang Wu The Effectiveness of Corporate Boards: Evidence from Bank Loan Contracting
2009-9 Allen N. Berger, Iftekhar Hasan and Mingming Zhou The Effects of Focus Versus Diversification on Bank Performance: Evidence from Chinese Banks
2009-10 Leonardo Becchetti, Andrea Carpentieri and Iftekhar Hasan

The Determinants of Option Adjusted Delta Credit Spreads: A Comparative Analysis on US, UK and the Eurozone

2009-11 Luciano I. de Castro and Harry J. Paarsch

Testing Affiliation in Private-values Models of First-price Auctions Using Grid Distributions

2009-12 Chulwoo Baek, YoungGak Kim and Heog Ug Kwon,

Market Competition and Productivity after the Asian Financial Crisis: Evidence from Korean Firm Level Data

2009-13 Jee-Hyeong Park, Stephen J. Spurr, and Sheng-Kai Chang

A Model of Hierarchical Professionals: Cooperation and Conflict between Anesthesiologists and CRNAs

2009-14 Jee-Hyeong Park

Enforcing International Trade Agreements with Imperfect Private Monitoring: Private Trigger Strategies and the Possible Role of the WTO

2009-15 Yuji Honjo, Masatoshi Kato and Hiroyuki Okamuro

R&D financing of start-up firms: How much does founders’ human capital matter?