Corpus ID: 167501470

Global securities analysts' evaluations of family firms in emerging markets: The sociological perspective on the operations of financial markets

@inproceedings{Jeong2011GlobalSA,
  title={Global securities analysts' evaluations of family firms in emerging markets: The sociological perspective on the operations of financial markets},
  author={Young-Chul Jeong},
  year={2011}
}
This dissertation advances a sociological view of the stock exchange market. I examine how multiple institutional logics – profession-based logic at the global level and corporate governance-based logic at the national level – influence analysts’ coverage and ratings for family-dominated firms in emerging markets. Specifically, I aim to address the following three questions: (1) how do multiple forms of logics affect a brokerage firm’s decision to cover family-dominated firms? (2) how do… Expand

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