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AS - Asia7089
EU - Europe3315
NA - North America2312
HKU - The University of Hong Kong164
AF - Africa100
OC - Oceania40
SA - South America12
UND - Undefined58
CN - China5950
US - United States2278
IE - Ireland1286
GB - United Kingdom788
NL - Netherlands495
HK - Hong Kong457
KR - Republic of Korea408
FR - France334
DE - Germany221
HKU - The University of Hong Kong164
OTH - Others709
San Jose223
Governing emerging stock markets: Legal vs administrative governance107
Ownership and managerial competition: employee, customer, or outside ownership54
The fundamental institutions of China's reforms and development680
Regionally decentralized authoritarian regulatory regime of China76
Attribute coordination in organizations97
Economics, economist, and economics education78
How is China governed62
Chinese township village enterprises as vaguely defined cooperatives81
Financial institutions, financial contagion, and financial crises63
Taiwan: economic and political system108
Constitutionalism as the foundation of financial development24
Political and Economic Institutions of China and Constitutionalism29
On Hart, Oliver, "Incomplete contracts, property rights, and theory of the firm: an introduction to Hart’s book"70
Response restoring financial regulation62
The rise of China as an economic power91
Does the Chinese banking system promote the growth of firms100
Political Economy Origins of Financial Markets in Europe and Asia97
Lessons from economic transition58
Soft budget constraint theories: from centralization to the market79
Political and Economic Institutions of China and Constitutionalism32
The M-form hierarchy and China's economic reform228
Does financial regulation matter? Market volatility and the US 1933/34 Acts68
Finance and trade in Hong Kong: a brief reflection55
Institutions, innovations, and growth95
香港大學教授許成鋼: 蘇聯解體廿年祭許成綱專訪71
Political and Economic Institutions in China and their Impact on Growth20
R&D financing and the boundary and ownership structure of the firm86
China vs. Europe: A Comparative Institutional Analysis of China’s Institution, Its Origin and Its Evolution22
Institution and managerial task allocation: evidence from Chinese entrepreneurs107
Institutions which determine the future of China: for Prof. Kornai's 85th birthday38
Courts vs. regulators: a brief introduction of incomplete-law theory and on its application to Chinese reforms55
The evolution of Chinese entrepreneurial firms: Township-Village Enterprises revisited68
Assessing Hong Kong as an International Financial Centre217
科舉制與基督教會對製度演變的影響: 憲政與宗教文化製度92
Fei guoyouzhi jingji chuxian he chengzhang de zhidu beijing97
Regionally Decentralized Authoritarianism: An Institutional Element of China’s Growth27
The purpose of scientific research: market competition vs. understanding the world66
The enlightenment in economic science: for the 100th birthday of Ronald Coase53
Why China's economic reforms differ: the M-form hierarchy and entry/expansion of the non-state sector373
Comparison of Determinants of Firm Performance in China and Eastern Europe73
Financial crisis, economic recovery, and banking development in Russia, Ukraine, and other FSU countries71
Which Firms went Public in China? A Study of Financial Market Regulation133
Fiduciary duty in transitional civil law jurisdictions: lessons from the incomplete law theory89
文化和製度: 簡評格雷夫和塔貝里尼的《制度和文化分化: 中歐的比較》89
Growing out of the plan: Chinese economic reform, 1978–1993 : Barry Naughton. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge MA, 1995138
Political and Economic Institutions of China and Constitutionalism27
A nationwide survey of privatized firms in China113
The rise of China as an economic power73
把完整的土地所有權還給農民 (許成綱專訪)108
Beyond law enforcement – governing financial markets in China and Russia63
China's dual financial/fiscal problems131
The inter-relationship between the growth of computer industry and the institutions of societies60
探討, 整肅與命運74
Virtual conglomerate as a production mode: China's industrial cluster development67
Financial syndication and R&D85
China’s Economic Transformation65
The evolution of Chinese entrepreneurial firms: township-village enterprises revisited58
Market socialism or capitalism? Evidence from Chinese financial market development102
On Chen, Derong: Chinese firms between hierarchy and market, London: Macmillan Press, 199569
One Year After the Crisis: in Retrospect and in Perspective19
A different transition path: ownership, performance, and influence of Chinese rural industrial enterprises101
Institutional Design for China’s Evolving Market Economy105
Managers’ fiduciary duty and the enforcement of incomplete corporate law51
Profit-sharing and financial performance in the Chinese state enterprises: Evidence from panel data110
A Kinai gazdasagi reform sajatos vonasai75
Why is China different from Eastern Europe? Perspectives from organization theory146
Coordination in organizatoins: a comparative analsysis66
On Kornai, by force of thought: irregular memoirs97
Soft budget constraint theories: From centralization to the market91
Financial institutions and the financial crisis in East Asia104
Reform Experimentation in China: Privatization and Price Liberalization65
Regulate for What? Restoring Financial Responsibility59
Institutional Foundations of China’s Structural Problems100
Regional competition and regulatory decentralization: the case of China93
Review of 'By force of thought'65
The institutional foundations of China's reforms and development101
Commitment, financial constraints, and innovation: market socialism reconsidered66
From industrialization to urbanization: the social consequences of changing fiscal incentives on local governments' behavior324
Political economy of private firms in China121
Understanding property rights theory and its application to Chinese corporate governance69
The political economy of private firms in China94
Regionally Decentralized Authoritarianism: An Institutional Element of China’s Growth78
Coordination and experimentation in M-form and U-form organizations222
Econometric Modelling of China. By Lawrence R. Klein and Shinichi Ichimura. World Scientific Publishing, London . 2000. xvi + 374 pp. £36.00.65
Innovation and Bureaucracy under Soft and Hard Budget Constraints292
The evolution of Chinese entrepreneurial firms: township-village enterprises revisited100
The Political Economy of Private Firms in China119
Financial institutions and the wealth of nations: tales of development (discussion paper)91
Chinese Township-Village Enterprises as Vaguely Defined Cooperatives164
The Chinese Political Economy: Policies and Sustainability61
Challenges in solving structural problems in Chinese economy69
Saving an Authoritarian Regime by Privatization83
Chinese township village enterprises as vaguely defined cooperatives89
Understanding Firms in Transition Economies: China and Central-Eastern Europe Compared32
What makes privatization work? The case of China97
Institutional foundations of China’s structural problems88
Political and Economic Institutions of China and Constitutionalism22
Coordinating reforms in transition economies108
Private Property Rights, the Communist Party of China, and Constitutional Amendments23
Incentives, information, and organizational form209
Asymmetric information, agency problems, and the Chinese economic reform75
Computer-aided profile optimization design71
Why China grew: the role of decentralisation68
Essays on socio-economic indicators100
Soft Budget Constraint and the Optimal Choices of Research and Development Projects Financing127
The M-form hierarchy and China's economic reform188
Coordinating activities under alternative organizational forms95
Incomplete law110
Comments on: "The soft budget constraint in China"96
Institutional foundations of China’s structural problems92
On Technological Change in a Centralized Economy70
Governing stock markets in transition economies: Lessons from China235