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Sustainability of the Chinese Economic Expansion

China’s economy has developed in such a startling way that most people – economists or not – place, as starting from about... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: L.R. Klein, Wendy Mak
Date Added: Mar 02, 2011 Date Modified: Aug 07, 2014
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The "Liability of Newness" and Small Firm Access to Debt Capital: Is There a Link?

Literature pertaining to the “liability of newness” contends that newer firms face particular difficulties and a greater risk... see more
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Author: Susan Coleman
Date Added: Mar 23, 2011 Date Modified: Aug 07, 2014
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The Effect of NAFTA on Mexican Agricultural Exports to the United States: The Case of Coffee Beans, 1970-2003

Since its implementation in 1994, NAFTA's impacts on trade have been extensively and positively evaluated at an aggregate... see more
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Author: Mario Carrillo-Huerta, Israel Minor Bonilla
Date Added: Mar 02, 2011 Date Modified: Aug 07, 2014
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The Entrepreneur's Choice: Venture Capital Debt Financing with Adverse Selection

This paper studies the consequences of using a debt contract to raise venture capital for an entrepreneurial project in an... see more
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Author: G. Geoffrey Booth, Allan Young, Orkunt Dalgic
Date Added: Mar 23, 2011 Date Modified: Aug 07, 2014
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The Impact of Human Capital Measures on Firm Performance: A Comparison by Gender, Race and Ethnicity

Prior research suggests that firms owned by women and minorities are smaller, less profitable, and less growth-oriented than... see more
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Author: Susan Coleman
Date Added: Mar 02, 2011 Date Modified: Aug 07, 2014
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The Impact of Initial Public Offerings on the External Growth Strategies of Entrepreneurial Firms

The goal of this paper is to examine the impact of Initial Public Offerings (IPO) on the investment strategies of young... see more
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Author: Michael Dowling, Tobias Schmidt, Christian Lechner
Date Added: Mar 01, 2011 Date Modified: Aug 07, 2014
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The Information Content in Trades of Inactive Nasdaq Stocks

In this paper we analyze the frequency and information content of small Nasdaq stock trades and their impacts on return... see more
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Author: Kasing Man, Chunchi Wu, Peter Chen
Date Added: Mar 23, 2011 Date Modified: Aug 07, 2014
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The Internet, Bank Structure and Small Business Lending

The advent of the Internet has opened many opportunities for bankers to access new customers, increase convenience and expand... see more
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Author: Steven Craig, Polly Hardee
Date Added: Mar 25, 2011 Date Modified: Aug 06, 2014
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The Link between IPO Underpricing and Trading Volume: Evidence from the Istanbul Stock Exchange

Recent evidence from U.S. markets shows that IPO underpricing is associated with high liquidity for issuing firms. One... see more
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Author: Asli Yuksel, Aydin Yuksel
Date Added: Mar 01, 2011 Date Modified: Aug 07, 2014
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The Optimality of Multi-stage Venture Capital Financing: An Option-Theoretic Approach

For venture capital firms, facing undiversifiable risks, multi-staged financing is an optimal contract which offers... see more
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Author: Robert Dubil
Date Added: Mar 23, 2011 Date Modified: Aug 07, 2014
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