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Stock Market Liberalization, Capital Account Liberalization, Systematic Risk, Capital Asset Pricing Model, Emerging Markets
investment, stock market, capital account liberalization, economic development, macroeconomics, international economics, international finance
Investment, Capital Account Liberalization, Risk Sharing, Growth Opportunities, Cost of Capital
capital budgeting, economic development, economic policy, internatiional economics, international finance, macroeconomics
FDI, cross-border mergers and acquisitions, emerging markets, surplus value, majority control
Mergers and acquisitions, emerging markets, majority control
Cross-section of expected returns, international asset pricing, liberalization, risk sharing
FDI, acquisitions, firm performance, capital flows, emerging markets
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capital account liberalization, wages, emerging markets
FDI, liberalization, political economy, state-owned firms
Economic development, economic policy, international finance, macroeconomics, asset pricing, capital budgeting
financial crisis, East Asia, Europe, fiscal policy, austerity, growth, recovery
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Emerging Markets, Corporate Debt, Financial Fragility, Firm-Level Data, Large Firms
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Corporate Debt, emerging markets, financial fragility, Firm-Level Data, Large Firms
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unconventional monetary policy, spillovers, portfolio flows, asset valuations, emerging markets, high frequency identification
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