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Institutional Ownership and Accounting Transparency
This study proposes and tests a series of related hypotheses concerning the impacts of institutions' monitoring on managers' investing financing operating activities as well as accounting andExpand
Wedge-issue dynamics and party position shifts
Even when the stakes of party-building are high, political parties often find their members divided over a key policy position. In post-Reconstruction America, the hot-button issue of excludingExpand
Korea has recovered more rapidly from the Asian financial cri sis than other countries in the region. The swift recovery can be attributed to decisive reform efforts by the Kim Dae Jung govern ment.Expand
The China Card: Playing Politics with Sino‐American Relations
Abstract – Will China become a “hot button” issue in the United States? In the past, America’s elected leaders have not hesitated to exploit public anxieties about China for partisan gain. In theExpand
Vote Switching on Foreign Policy in the U.S. House of Representatives
How do party members manage recurring and divisive foreign policy agendas? Do they stay the course or switch their position? The annual decision in Congress regarding the extension of China’s mostExpand
Implications of policy objectives on financial resource dependency and organizational structure in US federal agencies
Resources are important for the survival of modern public organizations, but there have been few empirical studies that have analyzed the resource dependency of public organizations. There is a needExpand
Legislative Response to Constituents’ Interests in New Democracies: The 18th National Assembly and Income Inequality in Korea
Legislative responses to social changes signify how representative democracy works. Yet research is still needed to find out whether and how representatives in new democratic countries address theExpand
Moderate Caucuses in a Polarised US Congress
Despite putting themselves in a thorny relationship with heavy-handed party leaders, some US legislators continue to join moderate coalitions. To understand why, this article derives seven explicitExpand
Cosponsorship of North Korea Bills in the U.S. House of Representatives, 1993-2009
(Mr. PAUL) Mr. Speaker, I rise to introduce the United States-Korea Normalization Resolution of 2003. . . , which expresses the sense of Congress that, 60 years after the Korean War, the U.S.Expand