BOFIT Discussion Papers

ISSN 1456-5889 (online)

A series devoted to academic studies by BOFIT economists and guest researchers. The focus is on works relevant for economic policy and economic developments in transition/ emerging economies by BOFIT economists and guest researchers .

BOFIT Discussion Papers are intended to disseminate research quickly in preliminary form to encourage discussion and suggestions for revision or improvement. They may have been presented at conferences or workshops already, but will not yet have been published in journals.

Please keep in mind that the papers are published in the name of the author(s). Their views do not necessarily reflect those of the Bank of Finland or BOFIT.

Vladimir Sokolov – Laura Solanko: BOFIT Discussion Paper 20/2016: Political influence, firm performance and survival
2016. 37 pages.
Qing He – Jiyuan Huang – Dongxu Li – Liping Lu: BOFIT Discussion Paper 19/2016: Banks as corporate monitors: Evidence from CEO turnovers in China
2016. 41 pages.
Zuzana Fungáčová – Ilari Määttä – Laurent Weill: BOFIT Discussion Paper 18/2016: What shapes social attitudes toward corruption in China? Micro-level evidence
2016. 28 pages.
Paul Castañeda Dower – William Pyle: BOFIT Discussion Paper 17/2016: Land rights, rental markets and the post-socialist cityscape
2016. 31 pages.
Mariarosaria Comunale – Heli Simola: BOFIT Discussion Paper 16/2016: The pass-through to consumer prices in CIS economies: The role of exchange rates, commodities and other common factors
2016. 49 pages.
Paul D. McNelis: BOFIT Discussion Paper 15/2016: Optimal policy rules at home, crisis and quantitative easing abroad
2016. 29 pages.
Oleksandr Faryna: BOFIT Discussion Paper 14/2016: Exchange rate pass-through and cross-country spillovers: Some evidence from Ukraine and Russia
2016. 30 pages.
Tri Vi Dang – Qing He: BOFIT Discussion Paper 13/2016: Bureaucrats as successor CEOs
2016. 55 pages.
Ivan Lyubimov: BOFIT Discussion Paper 12/2016: Corrupt bureaucrats, bad managers, and the slow race between education and technology
2016. 41 pages.
Hongyi Chen – Michael Funke – Andrew Tsang: BOFIT Discussion Paper 11/2016: The diffusion and dynamics of producer prices, deflationary pressure across Asian countries, and the role of China
2016. 43 pages.
Sanna Kurronen: BOFIT Discussion Paper 10/2016: Natural resources and capital structure
2016. 29 pages.
Timothy Frye – Ekaterina Borisova: BOFIT Discussion Paper 9/2016: Elections, protest and trust in government: A natural experiment from Russia
2016. 42 pages.
Diana Ayala – Milan Nedeljkovic – Christian Saborowski: BOFIT Discussion Paper 8/2016: What slice of the pie? The corporate bond market boom in emerging economies
2016. 52 pages.
Zuzana Fungáčová – Iftekhar Hasan – Laurent Weill: BOFIT Discussion Paper 7/2016: Trust in banks
2016. 45 pages.
Zuzana Fungáčová – Anastasiya Shamshur – Laurent Weill: BOFIT Discussion Paper 6/2016: Does bank competition reduce cost of credit? Cross-country evidence from Europe
2016. 32 pages.
Bing Xu – Honglin Wang – Adrian van Rixtel: BOFIT Discussion Paper 5/2016: Do banks extract informational rents through collateral?
2016. 55 pages.
Alexey Ponomarenko: BOFIT Discussion Paper 4/2016: A note on money creation in emerging market economies
2016. 23 pages.
Huseyin Sen – Ayse Kaya: BOFIT Discussion Paper 3/2016: Are the twin or triple deficits hypotheses applicable to post-communist countries?
2016. 43 pages.
Iikka Korhonen – Riikka Nuutilainen: BOFIT Discussion Paper 2/2016: A monetary policy rule for Russia, or is it rules?
2016. 26 pages.
Guonan Ma – Wang Yao: BOFIT Discussion Paper 1/2016: Can the Chinese bond market facilitate a globalizing renminbi?
2016. 30 pages.

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