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Institutional investors, political connections and incidence of corporate fraud

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  • Wu, W.
  • Johan, S.A.

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  • Rui, O.M.

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  • Wu, W. & Johan, S.A. & Rui, O.M., 2012. "Institutional investors, political connections and incidence of corporate fraud," Discussion Paper 2012-042, Tilburg University, Tilburg Law and Economic Center.
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