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Windfalls of emperors' sojourns: Stock market reactions to Chinese firms hosting high-ranking government officials

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  • Douglas A. Schuler
  • Wei Shi
  • Robert E. Hoskisson
  • Tao Chen

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  • Douglas A. Schuler & Wei Shi & Robert E. Hoskisson & Tao Chen, 2017. "Windfalls of emperors' sojourns: Stock market reactions to Chinese firms hosting high-ranking government officials," Strategic Management Journal, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 38(8), pages 1668-1687, August.
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