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Title: CORRUPTION, FOREIGN OWNERSHIP STRUCTURE, AND PRODUCTIVITY: FIRM LEVEL EVIDENCE FROM MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY IN INDONESIA
Authors: IMMANUEL LINGGA
Keywords: Corruption, Foreign Ownership Structure, Labor Productivity, Indonesia, Local Knowledge, Democracy
Issue Date: 29-Mar-2018
Citation: IMMANUEL LINGGA (2018-03-29). CORRUPTION, FOREIGN OWNERSHIP STRUCTURE, AND PRODUCTIVITY: FIRM LEVEL EVIDENCE FROM MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY IN INDONESIA. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This dissertation consists of two studies that investigate the effects of corruption on two important aspects of firm growth: productivity and foreign ownership. To study these corruption’s effects, I examine corruption from two dimensions—pervasiveness and arbitrariness—within a single country, Indonesia. Pervasiveness reflects the likelihood that a firm will be required to engage in a corrupt transaction. Arbitrariness refers to the likelihood that a corrupt transaction will produce its desired result.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/146949
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