Counting the investor vote : political business cycle effects on sovereign bond spreads in developing countries

@inproceedings{Vaaler2005CountingTI,
  title={Counting the investor vote : political business cycle effects on sovereign bond spreads in developing countries},
  author={Paul M. Vaaler and Burkhard N Schrage and Steven A. Block},
  year={2005}
}
Received: 10 October 2003 Revised: 9 June 2004 Accepted: 3 July 2004 Online publication date: 23 December 2004 Abstract International business research has paid scant attention to whether and how electoral politics and economic policies affect foreign investment risk assessment, particularly in developing countries, where the last decade has seen both considerable foreign investment and domestic progress toward democratization and electoral competitiveness. We respond with development and… CONTINUE READING

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