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  1. A neural network approach for predicting corruption in public procurement
  2. Board social capital in an emerging market: Do directors’ connections affect corporate risk-taking?
  3. C.E.O. characteristics and corporate risk-taking: evidence from emerging markets
  4. Survival of Russian banks: how efficient are the control measures?
  5. The role of political ties and political uncertainty in corporate innovation
  6. Resiliencia contable: gobierno corporativo y transparencia bancaria
  7. Audit Committee Competence and Earnings Management in Europe
  8. Board gender diversity and dividend payout: The critical mass and the family ties effect
  9. Labour market conditions and the corporate financing decision: A European analysis
  10. Firm value and pyramidal structures: New evidence for family firms
  11. Boards of directors in BRIC countries: A review of empirical studies
  12. Have European banks maintained their payout policy during the crisis? The role of scrip dividends
  13. Audit committee expertise in large European firms
  14. Measuring systemic risk in the U.S. Banking system
  15. Large shareholders’ power and the quality of corporate governance: An analysis of Brazilian firms
  16. The payout policy of politically connected firms: Tunnelling or reputation?
  17. Corporate governance in Latin American firms: Contestability of control and firm value
  18. Regulatory Dualism as an Alternative Trust‐Enhancing Mechanism for Dividends and Debt: Evidence from Brazil
  19. Chilean pension fund managers and corporate governance: The impact on corporate debt
  20. Overinvestment, leverage and financial system liquidity: A challenging approach
  21. Predicting European bank stress tests: Survival of the fittest
  22. Do the institutional environment and types of owners influence the relationship between ownership concentration and board of director independence? An international meta-analysis
  23. Better innovators or more innovators? Managerial overconfidence and corporate R&D
  24. Does corporate governance affect the valuation of Spanish IPOs? The role of ownership structure and the board of directors
  25. Exports-performance relationship in Russian manufacturing companies
  26. Corporate risk-taking, returns and the nature of major shareholders: Evidence from prospect theory
  27. Predicting Public Corruption with Neural Networks: An Analysis of Spanish Provinces
  28. Does board independence influence performance in global samples?
  29. Corporate control and firm value: The bright side of business groups
  30. How better protection of investors can increase corporate R&D
  31. Institutional Investors on Boards: Does Their Behavior Influence Corporate Finance?
  32. Diversification and control in emerging markets: The case of Chilean firms
  33. Do Shareholder Coalitions Modify the Dominant Owner's Control? The Impact on Dividend Policy
  34. Is there a corporate diversification discount or premium? Evidence from Chile
  35. Institutional directors and board compensation: Spanish evidence
  36. Bankruptcy visualization and prediction using neural networks: A study of U.S. commercial banks
  37. Configurations of Capacity for Change in Entrepreneurial Threshold Firms: Imprinting and Strategic Choice Perspectives
  38. Earnings management and the contest to the control: an international analysis of family-owned firms
  39. Board characteristics and IPO underpricing across the world
  40. Boards of directors and firm performance: the effect of multiple directorships
  41. Nonfinancial companies as large shareholders alleviate financial constraints of Brazilian firm
  42. Financial constraints for investment in Brazil
  43. Self-organizing maps as a tool to compare financial macroeconomic imbalances: The European, Spanish and German case
  44. Does the influence of institutional investors depend on the institutional framework? An international analysis
  45. Firm Size Matters for Financial Constraints: Evidence from Brazil
  46. Corporate Social Responsibility and Reference Shareholders: An Analysis of European Multinational Firms
  47. The financial constraints of Brazilian firms
  48. La calidad e importancia de las utilidades contables para las empresas cotizadas en los mercados de capitales chilenos
  49. Analyzing firm-varying investment-cash flow sensitivities and cash-cash flow sensitivities: A Bayesian approach
  50. Firms' competitive advantages
  51. Do Leverage, Dividend Payout, and Ownership Concentration Influence Firms' Value Creation? An Analysis of Brazilian Firms
  52. Gobierno corporativo y factores determinantes del cambio de firma auditora en la gran empresa española
  53. Antecedents of corporate spin-offs in Spain: A resource-based approach
  54. Capital structure and institutional setting: a decompositional and international analysis
  55. The Contest to the Control in European Family Firms: How Other Shareholders Affect Firm Value
  56. Ownership Structure, Sharing of Control and Legal Framework: international evidence
  57. Auditoría y discrecionalidad contable en la gran empresa no financiera española
  58. Earnings management and debt ownership structure in Spanish firms
  59. Restricciones financieras e inversión en activo fijo: un análisis multivariante
  60. Determinants of Bank Debt in a Continental Financial System: Evidence from Spanish Companies
  61. Financial decisions and growth opportunities: a Spanish firm's panel data analysis
  62. Corporate Boards in OECD Countries: size, composition, functioning and effectiveness
  63. Debt ownership structure and legal system: an international analysis
  64. Earnings management and internal mechanisms of corporate governance: Empirical evidence from Chilean firms
  65. A panel data study on Spanish firms' inventory investment
  66. More on the credit channel of monetary policy transmission: an international comparison
  67. Déterminants financiers de l'investissement en capital fixe : le cas Espagnol
  68. Las grandes empresas europeas y la responsabilidad social corporativa: Influencia de la distribucion de propiedad
  69. Using Self Organizing Maps for Banking Oversight
  70. Predicting Bankruptcy Using Neural Networks in the Current Financial Crisis: A Study of U.S. Commercial Banks
  71. Managers Discretionary Behaviour, Earnings Management and Internal Mechanisms of Corporate Governance: Empirical Evidence from Chilean Firms
  72. Financial Decisions, Ownership Structure and Growth Opportunities: An Analysis of Brazilian Firms
  73. Earnings Management and Contest to the Control: An Analysis of European Family Firms
  74. Debt Ownership Structure and Legal System: An International Analysis
  75. Corporate Social Responsibility and Large Shareholders: An Analysis of European Firms
  76. Capital Markets, Financial Intermediaries and Financing of New Technologies: International Evidence from Industry Data
  77. Bank Relationships, Ownership Concentration, and Investment Patterns of Spanish Corporate Firms