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Corporate performance and CEO compensation in China
Abstract This paper examines the compensation of CEOs in China's listed firms. First, we discuss what is known about the setting of CEO compensation and then we go on to examine factors that may helpExpand
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Ownership, two-tier board structure, and the informativeness of earnings - Evidence from China
Abstract This study extends previous research by empirically examining how ownership, two-tier board structure, and auditor affect the informativeness of earnings for companies listed in China. WeExpand
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Ownership structure, corporate governance, and fraud: Evidence from China
Abstract Our study examines whether ownership structure and boardroom characteristics have an effect on corporate financial fraud in China. The data come from the enforcement actions of the ChineseExpand
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Does the type of ownership control matter? Evidence from China's listed companies
By tracing the identity of large shareholders, we group China's listed companies into those controlled by state asset management bureaus (SAMBs), state owned enterprises (SOEs) affiliated to theExpand
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How Ownership and Corporate Governance Influence Chief Executive Pay in China's Listed Firms
This article contributes to the international corporate governance literature by examining factors that affect CEO compensation in China. The article develops models of CEO pay based on anExpand
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Institutional monitoring and opportunistic earnings management
Abstract Investment institutions with substantial shareholdings in a firm have the resources and incentives to monitor and influence management decisions. Whether the institutions actually monitorExpand
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Inside the Black Box: Bank Credit Allocation in China’s Private Sector
This study examines how the Chinese state-owned banks allocate loans to private firms. We find that the banks extend loans to financially healthier and better-governed firms, which implies that theExpand
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Firm Performance, Governance Structure, and Top Management Turnover in a Transitional Economy
Recent research has argued that political and regulatory environments have a significant impact on corporate governance systems. In particular, countries with poor investor protection laws and weakExpand
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Is China's Securities Regulatory Agency a Toothless Tiger? Evidence from Enforcement Actions
The China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) is the regulatory body that enforces securities laws and regulations in the People's Republic of China. Somewhat akin to the SEC in the U.S., theExpand
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