Political Selection In China: The Complementary Roles Of Connections And Performance
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- Jia, Ruixue & Kudamatsu, Masayuki & Seim, David, 2014. "Political Selection in China: the Complementary Roles of Connections and Performance," Working Paper Series 1003, Research Institute of Industrial Economics.
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