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dividend policy, cash dividend, stock dividend, China, emerging markets
Mandatory CSR Disclosure, Information Asymmetry, Political/Social Risk, China
persistent regimes, regime difference tests, spurious regression, dummy variable
spurious regression, persistence, data mining, dummy variable
Busines Group, Coinsurance, Related Party Transactions, Credit Crunch, China Economy
Dividend policy, stock dividend, cash dividend, signalling, China
dividend policy, stock dividend, cash dividend, signaling, catering, China
initial public offerings; aftermarket performance, insider selling
Chinese mutual funds, Flow-performance relationship, Asymmetric relationship, Disposition effect, House money effect, Star effect, Cognitive dissonance, Attribution bias, Overconfidence
bank-firm relationship, bank’s credit quality, political connections, initial public offerings, commercial banks
political connection, firm value, market transition, political reform
Political Connections, Political Reforms, Market Transition
stock dividend, Chinese stock dividend puzzle, Chinese cash dividend puzzle
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initial public offerings, order‐driven market, order imbalance, liquidity supply
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Auto-correlated explanatory variables, presidential regimes, spurious regression, stock market return differences
corporate philanthropy, political connection, publically traded firms, private unlisted firms, China
capital market integration, contagion, international equity markets, terrorism
foreign direct investment, integration, stock market
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