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|Title:||The impact of formal political ties on domestic firms' exit following competitive foreign entry in transition economies||Authors:||ZHENG WEITING||Keywords:||political ties, exit, foreign entry, transition economy||Issue Date:||11-Apr-2008||Citation:||ZHENG WEITING (2008-04-11). The impact of formal political ties on domestic firms' exit following competitive foreign entry in transition economies. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||I examine the mechanism by which political ties influence domestic firms' exit decisions following competitive foreign entry in a transition economy. My theory development is formed through three clusters of hypotheses. I first examine the main effects of political ties on firm exit, distinguishing exit through dissolution and acquisition; I then evaluate the "when" question - since when the effect of ties will start to kick in and till when the effects will start to decay; finally, I examine how the impact of ties on exit is contingent on environmental factors such as economic and institutional development. I test my hypotheses on a sample of 248 firms in the Chinese TV manufacturing industry over the 1993-2003 period.||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/13156|
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