Investors Facing Opportunistic Governments: Is it Really Good to "Know the Market" Before Investing?
When a government cannot commit to future policies, investors face the risk of opportunistic behavior in addition to uncertain market conditions. We show that although reducing market uncertainty is sometimes essential for investment, it may aggravate problems of opportunism.
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